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Cardinal George Pell’s prison journal to be published

Cardinal Pell said that prison was “difficult and unpleasant”, but not the worst possible form of suffering. It reinforced the truth of the Christian view of redemptive suffering.


Cardinal Pell’s conviction quashed

“I have consistently maintained my innocence while suffering from a serious injustice ... I hold no ill will to my accuser, I do not want my acquittal to add to the hurt and bitterness so many feel; there is certainly hurt and bitterness enough.”


Relief and dismay at Pell verdict

The President of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, Archbishop Mark Coleridge, stated that the Catholic Bishops of Australia believe all Australians must be equal under the law “and accept today’s judgment accordingly.”


Cardinal Pell speaks about role of laity in Cork

Pope Francis' "support is indispensable" to the Secretariat for the Economy Australian Prefect states.


Pell joins Communion & remarried divorcees debate

Five cardinals jointly author book defending Church’s current position.


Pell aims to get Vatican “off the gossip pages”

New initiatives for improving the economic management and administration of the Vatican announced.


Pope appoints Irish priest to new media committee

Committee will strengthen Church's digital channels to ensure Pope's messages reach more people globally, especially young people.


Cardinal George Pell to chair Irish liturgy conference

Fota VII will focus on priestly identity and hear papers by Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke and Bishop Philip Boyce of Raphoe.


Pope names members of Council for the Economy

Council is now operational and its first meeting is scheduled for May.


Cardinal Pell given new role over Vatican finances

New economics secretariat will control all economic, administrative and procurement functions.

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