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Cardinal George Pell’s appeal against conviction set to be held next week

JAILED Cardinal George Pell will return to an Australian court June 5 and 6 for an appeal against his conviction for sexually abusing two Melbourne choirboys in the 1990s. Lawyers for Cardinal Pell, who has been behind bars since February, will argue his guilty verdict was “unreasonable”. Cardinal Pell was handed a six-year prison sentence, after being convicted in December, ... Read More »

Cardinal George Pell remanded in custody over abuse conviction; he will be sentenced on March 13

AMID rowdy scenes outside a Victorian courthouse Cardinal George Pell has been formally remanded in custody – a first step towards jail – after being found guilty of child sexual abuse. Cardinal Pell’s defence team withdrew a bail application, and he will now be sentenced on March 13.  Cardinal Pell’s conviction has shocked Catholics across Australia and around the world, ... Read More »

Q&A with Cardinal Mauro Piacenza

Q&A with Cardinal Mauro Piacanza, Major Penitentiary of the Holy Roman Church Lent is always a time to experience God’s mercy, and in this jubilee year, even more so. In conversation with Cardinal Mauro Piacenza, Major Penitentiary of the Holy Roman Church, he pointed out the thread that unites fasting, the indulgences and the works of mercy. And he reminded ... Read More »

Cardinal to visit

Cardinal to visit

US Cardinal Edwin O’Brien, the spiritual leader of a group of Catholic men and women supporting the work of the Church in the Holy Land, will visit Brisbane in November. The cardinal was appointed as Pro-Grand Master of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem in August 2011. Queensland EOHSJ lieutenancy secretary Edward Foley said Cardinal O’Brien would ... Read More »

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