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Another red hat for a McCarrick ally

by Philip Lawler (Catholic journalist) Four years have passed since Theodore McCarrick resigned from the College of Cardinals. We are still coping with the aftershocks of the scandal he caused. Moreover—the reason I write about this subject today—we are still coping … Continue reading

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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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Australian High Court to pass judgment on Cardinal Pell Tuesday

AUSTRALIA, April 2, 2020, LifeSiteNews: The Australian High Court has announced that it will hand down its judgment on Cardinal George Pell’s appeal against his convictions for historic child sex offenses next Tuesday, April 7. High Court of Australia@HighCourtofAus Judgment … Continue reading

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Escape from the flames

By Phil Lawler at CatholicCulture.org:  Joseph Sciambra is an angry man. He has plumbed the depths of the homosexual subculture. He has suffered for his involvement in promiscuity, pornography, drug abuse and self-abuse. He is still paying the price, in physical … Continue reading

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