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The devil was in the detail

Book review: Cardinal Pell, the media pile-on and collective guilt by Gerard Henderson By John S Webster A standard text in various school curricula is Reginald...

Seeing the cross up close

Reading Time: 4 minutes In the third volume of his prison diaries, Cardinal Pell reveals the insights he gained into suffering Cardinal George Pell, jailed for more than a year for sex abuse crimes he ultimately was cleared of, said the experience enabled him to understand suffering as a redemptive process that allows one to identify […]
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Book shatters the pretence in Pell affair

Reading Time: 4 minutesFormer Prime Minister John Howard has written he “never believed” the charges against Cardinal Pell in the foreword to a new book by Sydney Institute Executive Director Gerard Henderson. The book, Cardinal Pell, the Media Pile-on and Collective Guilt, forensically dissects and analyses the near-universal hostile reporting of the case by media […]
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The hunting of an innocent man

Reading Time: 8 minutesGerard Henderson’s book analysing the influences at work in Cardinal Pell’s prosecution will be published in December. Here are some excerpts Paul Barry’s ABC Media Watch Cop-Out ABC TV’s Media Watch program commenced in 1989. Since then, all its presenters have been left-of-centre journalists, including such Pell-antagonists as David Marr and Richard […]
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Catholics should debate issues, not debase each other, cardinal says

Increasingly bitter polarisation is a problem, said Cardinal Pell in a recent interview.

Fr Frank Brennan: Anatomy of a travesty

A case that should never have happened It’s time to declare that George Pell is innocent of the preposterous charges he faced in the County...

Dr Kevin Donnelly: The Thought Police have not yet finally conquered

The American academic and author Camille Paglia in her book Free Women Free Men published in 2017 provides a scathing condemnation of “the plague...

Questions intensify over money flow

Mystery remains over some Vatican funds, says senator, while investigations continue.

“Cardinal Pell’s case could happen to anyone” says Quadrant Editor

Within the ideological imperatives that prevail today, any one of us could become a George Pell

Cardinal Pell’s Prison Journal: The Quiet Heart of the Storm

Unmistakably Australian and unmistakably Christian. The Journal is a master-class in forgiveness as a willed state, always under siege, and only achieved by grace.
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The woman who confounds both left and right

By Lois M Collins Elizabeth Bruenig makes no apologies. Not for her progressive politics, not for her Catholic faith and certainly not for having children...