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Time and timing crucial to Cardinal Pell appeal

The DPP also changed the prosecution’s earlier assertion that the offending occurred in the priests’ sacristy in the five or six minutes immediately after Mass.

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....

Monica Doumit: Appeal ruling a win for law

As you would have read elsewhere in this week’s paper, the conviction of Archbishop Philip Wilson for failing to report child sexual abuse was...
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