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George Cardinal Pell: My Catholic Faith sustained me during my Time in Prison

From First Things: There is a lot of goodness in prisons. At times, I am sure, prisons may be hell on earth. I was fortunate to be kept safe and treated well. I was impressed by the professionalism of the … Continue reading

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With Conviction Overturned, Cardinal Pell Speaks: ‘The Only Basis for Justice is Truth’

From the National Catholic Register: SYDNEY  — After his conviction for child sexual abuse was overturned Tuesday by Australia’s High Court, Cardinal George Pell has released a statement expressing gratitude to his family, friends, and legal team, and noting that he … Continue reading

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Cardinal Pell Ruling Deferred, Supporters Hopeful

By Edward Pentin at the National Catholic Register:   Legal experts and supporters of Cardinal George Pell are quietly confident he could be acquitted soon and possibly as early as next week after Australia’s highest court deferred ruling on an … Continue reading

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Christmas Eve Carolers Gather for Cardinal Pell at Melbourne Prison

MELBOURNE, Australia, National Catholic Register: A group of local Catholics gathered outside Melbourne prison on Christmas Eve to sing carols for Cardinal George Pell, currently incarcerated in the facility, and to pray for him, as well as the other inmates … Continue reading

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Cardinal Pell to appeal to Australian High Court

  Canberra, Australia, Aug 26, 2019 / 10:05 am (CNA) Cardinal George Pell will appeal his conviction to the Australian High Court, following the decision last week by the Court of Appeal in Victoria to uphold his conviction for child … Continue reading

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In Opening Arguments, Cardinal Pell’s Lawyers Set Out Case for Appeal

June 5, 2019 Catholic News Agency   MELBOURNE – The legal team for Cardinal George Pell set out its case for appeal at the Supreme Court of Victoria Wednesday morning. Judges heard the opening arguments for the defense as they … Continue reading

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Cardinal Pell’s Conviction Announced After New Trial Falls Apart

“One curious point: these grave charges were seemingly not brought against Pell until after he had been appointed by Pope Francis in 2014 to take a key financial post in Rome, in the Vatican. Francis tasked Pell to lead an … Continue reading

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Published with the kind permission of the Editor, Catholic Voice Ireland. http://www.catholicvoice.ie by Deacon Nick Donnelly It seems to me that Cardinal Kasper and Cardinal Baldisseri,  in the words of Waugh, are attempting ‘to try and crush out by force … Continue reading

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Cardinal Pell: “The Pope does not want the Vatican to be seen as a renaissance court”

One of the eight cardinal advisors of Pope Francis, shares his impressions on the Holy Father’s first 100 days, and envisages a “major re-configuration of the Roman Curia” From Gerard O’Connell in Rome: The cardinal archbishop of Sydney, George Pell, … Continue reading

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