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Monica Doumit: The true price paid by the innocent

Those highlighting the cost of Cardinal Pell’s defence are not giving the public the context or the whole truth about what he was up...

George Weigel: The man for the moment

Fifteen months ago, it looked as if Cardinal George Pell might spend his 80th birthday in prison. A malicious trolling expedition by the police department...

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...

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...
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St Vincent’s Hospital, Lismore, celebrates 100 years of care

Country's only diocesan-owned hospital is unique One winter’s day in 1921 four Sisters of Charity boarded a stream train at Sydney’s dusty Central Station for...
When I was in jail, you visited me: a US prison chaplain, main photo, delivers Communion to a prisoner. Photo: Karen Callaway, Northwest Indiana Catholic

Being with Jesus in Jail

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