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Monica Doumit: Troubling questions remain

The High Court will examine some important issues The big news from last week is that the High Court will hear Cardinal Pell’s appeal, hopefully...

Monica Doumit: Clarity on court needed

Like many in the Church, the media and the legal profession, I was pretty stunned at last week’s decision to deny Cardinal George Pell’s...

Monica Doumit: Open courts point to the truth

As a general rule, Australian courts are committed to the principle of the public administration of justice. This is characterised by proceedings being conducted...

Monica Doumit: Not a time for outrage

“The Bishops are cowards. They are letting an innocent man stay locked up. They should raise their voices. They should march in the streets....

Vatican announces canonical investigation of Cardinal Pell

The day Australian Cardinal George Pell was jailed in Melbourne after being found guilty of child sexual abuse, the Vatican announced his case would...

Fr Frank Brennan SJ: The Pell Verdict

The suppression order in relation to Cardinal George Pell has been lifted. In December, a jury of twelve of his fellow citizens found him guilty...
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