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The questions that linger after Cardinal Pell’s appeal

The Court of Appeal of the state of Victoria dismissed George Cardinal Pell’s appeal on Wednesday 21 August in Australia from his sexual abuse...

Safeguarding officers work to create a new culture of safety

Seven years have passed since the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse was called in response to widespread allegations of child...

On those who suffer for others less repentant

When Catholics try to tell me that the sexual abuse crisis is largely manufactured by enemies of the Church, I agree with them - but we differ on who the real enemies are.

Archbishop calls for civility after Cardinal Pell appeal dismissed

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has vowed to ensure the Sydney Archdiocese is “doing all we can to ensure that past crimes are never repeated...

Monica Doumit: Abusers: do they confess? Probably

A couple of weeks ago, Natasha Marsh wrote a story highlighting a current review likely to recommend abolishing the Seal of Confession in the...

Confession must never be violated, says Vatican

https://youtu.be/fPyOuQifQpQ Absolute secrecy of the Confessional In the light of "a worrying negative prejudice" against the Catholic Church, Pope Francis ordered the publication of a document...

Dawn’s journey from clubs to churches

Dawn Eden Goldstein, a rock-music-historian-turned-theology-professor, isn’t afraid to say where she’s been. She does this in her new memoir, Sunday Will Never Be the Same:...

Day two of Cardinal Pell’s appeal underway

Day two of Cardinal George Pell’s appeal proceedings in Victoria’s Court of Appeal commenced after his legal team spent the previous day attempting to...

Letters from the Vatican #3

LETTERS FROM THE VATICAN Reports and Commentary, from Rome and Elsewhere, on the “Meeting for the Protection of Minors” Edited by Xavier Rynne II Number 3:...

George Weigel: One size won’t fit all at summit

Despite Pope Francis’s lecture on the subject at Synod-2015, and notwithstanding the passages on it in Synod-2018’s final report, there is little agreement in...
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