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Archbishop's Easter message speaks of healing after 'loss and grief'

In his first Easter message since jailing of Cardinal George Pell, Melbourne's Catholic Archbishop says the faithful need to heal from their 'loss and grief'.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Three dozen journalists and media companies indicted over Pell trial gag order

Melbourne, Australia, Apr 15, 2019 / 11:15 am (CNA).- More than twenty journalists in Australia faced court charges Monday over breach of a court gag order in the case of Cardinal George Pell. The..
CNA - Published

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Catholic Cardinal Headed To Prison [Video]Catholic Cardinal Headed To Prison

Australian Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to prison for child sex abuse.

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Cardinal Pell Sentenced To 6 Years For Sex Abuse [Video]Cardinal Pell Sentenced To 6 Years For Sex Abuse

Reuters reports Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in jail on Wednesday for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s. He will be registered as a..

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Wednesday Morning Sprint [Video]Wednesday Morning Sprint

Wednesday and Thursday are alert days for heavy rain, storms and possible flooding. City crews are working to keep the water down in Madison. That leads off today's Morning Sprint.

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Former Vatican treasurer sentenced for sexual attack on choir boys [Video]Former Vatican treasurer sentenced for sexual attack on choir boys

Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in jail on Wednesday for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s.

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Highest Ranking Member Of Catholic Church Going To Prison [Video]Highest Ranking Member Of Catholic Church Going To Prison

Laura Podesta reports Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in prison for sexual abuse of children.

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Soul searching: Australia loses faith as sexual abuse cases pile up [Video]Soul searching: Australia loses faith as sexual abuse cases pile up

Catholicism remains Australia's largest religious affiliation, but George Pell's home town of Ballarat - like many towns around the country - may be starting to lose its faith. Ed Giles reports.

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Cardinal George Pell sentenced to six years in prison [Video]Cardinal George Pell sentenced to six years in prison

The most senior Catholic to be convicted of child sex abuse has been sentenced to six years in prison for molesting two choirboys in a Melbourne cathedral more than 20 years ago.

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Australian Cardinal George Pell jailed six years for abusing boys [Video]Australian Cardinal George Pell jailed six years for abusing boys

Judge accuses high-ranking Catholic Church official of 'callous indifference' to the suffering of two boys he molested.

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Australia Cardinal Pell Sentenced to Prison [Video]Australia Cardinal Pell Sentenced to Prison

According to Reuters, previous Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys during the 1990s at St..

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George Pell sentenced to six years in prison for child sex abuse [Video]George Pell sentenced to six years in prison for child sex abuse

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s, and will be registered as a..

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Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse [Video]Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell is sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Cardinal Pell's lawyer says appeal is in process [Video]Cardinal Pell's lawyer says appeal is in process

Cardinal George Pell's lawyer Robert Richter left the Victorian County Court and told reporters that an appeal was "on foot" after his client was sentenced to six years in..

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Cardinal Pell's lawyer says appeal is in process [Video]Cardinal Pell's lawyer says appeal is in process

Cardinal George Pell's lawyer Robert Richter left the Victorian County Court and told reporters that an appeal was "on foot" after his client was sentenced to six years in jail for sexually abusing two..

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Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse [Video]Australia's Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in jail for child sex abuse

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell is sentenced to six years in jail by an Australian court for sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne in the 1990s. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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Australian Judge Sentences Cardinal George Pell To 6 Years In Prison [Video]Australian Judge Sentences Cardinal George Pell To 6 Years In Prison

The former Vatican treasurer is the highest-ranking Catholic Church official to be convicted on child sexual abuse charges.

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Cardinal Pell Sentenced to 6 Years for Sexual Abuse [Video]Cardinal Pell Sentenced to 6 Years for Sexual Abuse

The former Vatican treasurer is the highest-ranking Catholic Church official to be convicted on child sexual abuse charges.

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Australia: Cardinal George Pell to be sentenced on Wednesday [Video]Australia: Cardinal George Pell to be sentenced on Wednesday

Pell's conviction has sent shock waves through the Catholic church.

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Cardinal Pell Sued For Another Child Abuse Claim [Video]Cardinal Pell Sued For Another Child Abuse Claim

Reuters reports Australia’s Cardinal George Pell, in jail awaiting sentencing on five child sex offences, is being sued in the Supreme Court of Victoria for another alleged child abuse offense.A..

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Convicted Cardinal's Name Scraped From Hometown [Video]Convicted Cardinal's Name Scraped From Hometown

On the day Cardinal George Pell, one of the highest ranking Vatican officials, was publicly revealed as a convicted child sex offender, his old high school in an Australian goldfields town physically..

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Vatican To Investigate Cardinal's Sexual Abuse Accusations [Video]Vatican To Investigate Cardinal's Sexual Abuse Accusations

REuters reports The Vatican is opening its own investigation into accusations against Cardinal George Pell, who was found guilty of sexual abuse of minors in his native Australia,. The move means that..

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Cardinal Pell Convicted Of Sexual Offences, Behind Bars [Video]Cardinal Pell Convicted Of Sexual Offences, Behind Bars

Reuters reports Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell will spend his first night behind bars on Wednesday after he was remanded into custody pending sentencing for sexually abusing two choir..

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Pell Lawyer Surrounded by Media on Leaving Court After 'Plain Vanilla' Abuse Comments [Video]Pell Lawyer Surrounded by Media on Leaving Court After 'Plain Vanilla' Abuse Comments

Robert Richter, the lawyer for Cardinal George Pell, sparked outcry on Tuesday, February 27, for arguing that Pell’s victim’s were “naughty” and that the crimes against them were “plain”..

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Pell Lawyer Surrounded by Media on Leaving Court After 'Plain Vanilla' Abuse Comments [Video]Pell Lawyer Surrounded by Media on Leaving Court After 'Plain Vanilla' Abuse Comments

Robert Richter, the lawyer for Cardinal George Pell, sparked outcry on Tuesday, February 27, for arguing that Pell’s victim’s were “naughty” and that the crimes against them..

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Cardinal George Pell to spend first night behind bars [Video]Cardinal George Pell to spend first night behind bars

Former Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell will spend his first night behind bars after he was remanded into custody pending sentencing for sexually abusing two choir boys in Australia two decades..

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Angry Mob Heckles George Pell as He Arrives at Court For Pre-Sentencing Hearing [Video]Angry Mob Heckles George Pell as He Arrives at Court For Pre-Sentencing Hearing

Cardinal George Pell faced an angry mob on his arrival at a Melbourne court on February 27 for a pre-sentencing hearing after being convicted of child sex offences. The disgraced former Archbishop of..

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Media lawyers in Australian court over Cardinal gag order

Dozens of high-profile Australian journalists and major media organizations have been represented by lawyers in a court on charges relating to breaches of a gag order on reporting about Cardinal George..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle TimesMyNorthwest.com

George Pell case: Australian media defend 'contempt' allegations

george pell case: australian media defend 'contempt' allegations
Prosecutors say 36 media figures broke the law over coverage of Cardinal George Pell's abuse trial.
BBC News - Published

Multiple trials possible over Pell contempt case

Multiple trials involving senior journalists are possible as they face contempt of court charges over stories published after Cardinal George Pell's conviction.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Australian media charges over Cardinal Pell trial 'chilling' for open justice: lawyer

Charges against dozens of journalists and publishers in Australia over the reporting of Cardinal George Pell's child sex abuse conviction will have a chilling effect on future news reporting if they..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Cardinal George Pell: 36 Australian journalists and publishers face contempt charges over child sex abuse case

No Australian media named Pell or the charges at the time of the historic child sex abuse case
Independent - Published

Australian media to face court over Pell trial coverage

Three dozen Australian journalists and publishers are to face court on Monday over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's trial for child sex abuse, with prosecutors seeking fines and jail terms over..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

Was accusation against Cardinal Pell borrowed from story on a Philadelphia incident? (Quadrant)

An Australian magazine editor has noticed that the testimony leading to the conviction of Cardinal George Pell bears a suspicious resemblance to an account of an incident that had occurred in..
Catholic Culture - Published

Gregory, Apuron, ‘Zero Tolerance,’ And Pontifical Secrets – Analysis

By JD Flynn Thursday morning, the Vatican announced the fates of two American archbishops: one has become the next Archbishop of Washington, and the other has been declared guilty of child sexual..
Eurasia Review - Published Also reported by •CNA

Prosecutors Accuse Australian Journalists of Violating Gag Order on Cardinal’s Trial

The journalists could face fines and possibly prison time over the allegations, which stem from Cardinal George Pell’s trial and conviction on sexual abuse charges.
NYTimes.com - Published

Australian reporters charged over Pell gag order violations

Some of Australia's highest-profile journalists face possible prison sentences, and large media organizations could face fines after being ordered to appear in court next month for allegedly breaching..
FOXNews.com - Published Also reported by •Seattle TimesMyNorthwest.com

Australian prosecutors seek jail for media over Pell trial coverage

Australian prosecutors are seeking jail and fines for dozens of journalists and media outlets for alleged contempt of court over their coverage of Cardinal George Pell's child sex abuse trial last..
Reuters - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

Rolling Stone’s Dishonest Hit On Cardinal Pell – OpEd

If there were an award for yellow journalism, Rolling Stone would be at the top of the list. In 2015, the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism demolished a piece by Sabrina Rubin Erdely about gang..
Eurasia Review - Published

Cardinal George Pell's Police Interview In Rome

cardinal george pell's police interview in rome
one of the boys mentioned committed suicide before any police investigation but George pell was still convicted by the testimony of the other...
eBaums World - Published

What’s Next For Cardinal Pell? – Analysis

By Ed Condon On Wednesday, Cardinal George Pell was sentenced to six years in prison following his conviction on five charges of sexual abuse of minors. He will be eligible for parole in three years..
Eurasia Review - Published Also reported by •CNA

Victim finds cold comfort in sentencing of Cardinal George Pell to six years in jail for sexual abuse


Telegraph.co.uk - Published

Barry Soper: Cardinal George Pell has done monumental damage to the church

barry soper: cardinal george pell has done monumental damage to the church
Comment by Barry Soper of Newstalk ZB Over the years seeing the Catholic Church increasingly painted as the devil incarnate has been unsettling for many and it most certainly was not my experience..
New Zealand Herald - Published

Cardinal Pell sentenced to six years in prison

The Vatican's former finance minister, Cardinal George Pell, has been sentenced to 6 years in prison for molesting two choirboys in an Australian cathedral after a Sunday Mass in the 1990s. (March..
USATODAY.com - Published Also reported by •CBS NewsNPR

Cardinal Pell sentenced to 6 years in prison for sexually abusing two choirboys

Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in prison in Australia for sexually abusing two choirboys in the '90s. He's the most senior Catholic official to be convicted in one of these cases...
CBS News - Published

Even a cardinal is not above the law

The broadcast of the judge’s remarks in sentencing Cardinal George Pell demonstrates the sober and thoughtful reasoning behind the term handed down.
Sydney Morning Herald - Published

Abuse victim: "Hard to take comfort" from Cardinal Pell sentencing

Australian Cardinal George Pell, sentenced to 6 years in prison, is the most senior Catholic cleric ever convicted of child sex crimes
CBS News - Published

Pell thought the boys would never tell. One did - and millions believe

The jailing of Cardinal George Pell resonates because he was so powerful in an institution that covered up the abuses of its clerics.
Brisbane Times - Published

Ungagged: The Cardinal Pell trials

After I spent weeks covering the trial of Cardinal George Pell in a small court room in Melbourne, a New York-based reporter for a U.S. media organisation was first with the news that one of the most..
Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters

News24.com | Cardinal Pell victim says 'hard to take comfort' from sentencing

The former choirboy molested by Australian Cardinal George Pell led the response to his sentencing, saying it was "hard to take comfort" from his six-year jail term.
News24 - Published

News Brief: College Admissions Scandal, Death Penalty, Pell Sentenced

Dozens of parents charged in the scandal. California governor to sign moratorium on the death penalty. Australian Cardinal George Pell issentenced to 6 years in prison for sexually abusing two boys.
NPR - Published

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