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April 07, 2020
April 07, 2020
In his first interview since his release from prison, Cardinal Pell spoke about his time in his prison, his release, and Holy Week.
April 07, 2020
One year after the world watched the Cathedral of Notre-Dame de Paris burn, the Archbishop of Paris will display the relic of Christ’s crown of thorns for veneration during a Good Friday broadcast
April 07, 2020
The Vatican has welcomed the Australian High Court’s decision to quash Cardinal George Pell’s sexual abuse conviction
April 07, 2020
Pope Francis prayed for all those who have been persecuted by an unjust sentence
April 07, 2020
The High Court found that previous courts had asked the wrong question
April 07, 2020
Cardinal Pell expressed gratitude to his family, friends, and legal team, and said that he does not bear resentment toward his accuser
April 07, 2020
While Pell’s criminal trials in Australia are now at an end, the same accusations must now be addressed by the Church’s own legal process
April 07, 2020
Cardinal Pell has said he has “no ill will” towards his accuser. More than 100 Orthodox parishioners have been fined for going to church in Greece. Police have broken up a roof-top Mass in Spain. Ryan and Mary-Rose Verret give advice on how to celebrate Holy Week at home. And Fr Dwight Longenecker warns against
April 07, 2020
His conviction for five alleged counts of sexual abuse was overturned by Australia’s High Court
April 07, 2020
A Catholic landlord waived April’s rent for his 200 tenants, in the hope of giving them one less thing to worry about
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