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George Weigel: Dreyfus affair is one to remember

In December 1894, Captain Alfred Dreyfus of the French Army was convicted of treason on the grounds that he had given military secrets to...

Greg Craven: Poisoning the well of justice

Speaking as an Australian lawyer, I know we have few appealing qualities. But we do believe in our own justice system. All my life, I...

Monica Doumit: We need saints to rise up

It is almost three years to the day since I had my first proper conversation with Cardinal George Pell. In December 2015, I had written...

Cardinal’s appeal hearing set for June

Cardinal George Pell’s appeal hearing has been scheduled for June. The Victorian Court of Appeal today listed the Cardinal’s application for leave to appeal against...

Peter Westmore: Pell conviction a most unusual case

I was present in the public gallery at the two trials of Cardinal Pell in the Victorian County Court in 2018, took copious notes...

Archbishop Fisher: Pray for victims, pray for justice

Expressing “shame and apology” for the suffering of victims of sexual abuse within the Church, Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP urged Catholics “not to draw...

Cardinal Pell awaits sentencing

Cardinal George Pell did not apply for bail today after being found guilty of historical sexual abuse and was taken into custody. He will remain...

Cardinal Pell to appeal verdict

Cardinal George Pell is maintaining his innocence following a guilty verdict for historical sexual abuse charges.
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