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Cardinal Pell was always pleased to see Sydney lead

To celebrate the first anniversary of Cardinal Pell’s death, a Mass was celebrated at the beautiful chapel in Domus Australia in Rome. This chapel was very dear to His Eminence and it was fitting to have this celebration in this special place. 

Former High Court Justice Michael Kirby endorses new edition of book...

Kirby's endorsement of a new updated edition of Gerard Henderson's book on the Cardinal Pell affair calls it an "important contribution"

How George Pell built the world’s best Catholic chaplaincy

Our efforts seemed forlorn until McCarthy discovered a large empty floor above the Legion of Mary offices in nearby Broadway.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP: The courage of Cardinal Pell

This is the edited text of the homily given by Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP at the Memorial Mass for George Cardinal Pell.

Tribute for a Catholic titan

Thousands gathered at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney to pay tribute to a man they loved for his vision and “big heart" on 10 January.

Sydney remembers Cardinal George Pell on first anniversary of his death

Thousands gathered at St Mary’s Cathedral to pay tribute to a man they loved for his vision and “big heart” a year after his death in Rome.

Remembering Cardinal George Pell’s great vision

As we go through life, we sometimes meet people who we consider to be ‘larger than life’, such is the impression that they make on us.

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to celebrate memorial Mass for Cardinal George...

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP will be the principal celebrant at a memorial Mass for Cardinal George Pell at St Mary’s Cathedral from 5.30pm on...

Pell Contra Mundum book review: Like Pell himself, book is not...

Pell Contra Mundum (Pell Against the World) by Fr Robert Sirico serves as a great summary of the legacy of the final years of our departed cardinal’s life.

The church was big enough for Fr Bob and Cardinal Pell....

With the passing of Fr Bob Maguire into eternal life, the church in Australia has lost its “patron saint of the unloved and unlovely.” Fr Bob was one of a few Catholic priests with instant name recognition, even among non-Catholics. The other was Cardinal George Pell. Now both have gone in one year.

David’s Place remember their special relationship with Cardinal Pell

The congregation at Cardinal George Pell’s funeral numbered up to 4000. It was comprised of dignitaries, politicians, priests, bishops, and every type of person,...

Hayden Ramsay: We will hear Christ’s voice yet

My German classroom at school had a sign on the wall reading Der Sommer ist vorbei: the summer is over. It also had above Mrs...
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