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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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Increasingly bitter polarisation is a problem, said Cardinal Pell in a recent interview.
The American academic and author Camille Paglia in her book Free Women Free Men published in 2017 provides a scathing condemnation of “the plague...
Within the ideological imperatives that prevail today, any one of us could become a George Pell
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