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He has said he is looking forward to his day in court.
He started out fighting for his daughters. Then, he became a voice for countless victims.
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In his first sit-down interview since giving evidence at the Royal Commission, Cardinal George Pell admitted he put the church before clergy abuse victims "for a while" but claimed there "is no shred...
Cardinal George Pell has pledged to help those "wounded by the scourge of sexual abuse", in the final act of his appearance at the child sex abuse Royal Commission. "One suicide is too many, and there...
This image of Pell -- that of a man who rose through the Church as a consulter to bishops, as a vicar of education and an auxiliary bishop, without once being told the specifics of sexual abuse by his colleagues before he became archbishop of Melbourne -- is, in the Commission's own words, implausible.
If Pell's answers are unsatisfactory and/or there is evidence that he failed to act on reports of sexual abuse -- his position must become untenable.
Archbishop of Melbourne Denis Hart is supporting calls for an independent investigation to find out who leaked details of a reported police investigation into alleged abuse by Cardinal George Pell. Re...
Comedian and musician Tim Minchin has released a song urging Cardinal Pell to return to Australia to appear at the Royal Commission into child sex abuse -- and he didn't hold back. Releasing the song...