Rick Feneley, Nick Miller, Leesha McKenny Cardinal George Pell's motto is 'Be not afraid'. Tell that to the Vatican's old guard.
Nick Miller Australian Cardinal George Pell will move to Rome to manage and reform the Vatican's sprawling administration and finances, vacating his role as Archbishop of Sydney.
Rick Feneley Three names will be proffered to Rome as candidates to replace George Pell as the Catholic Archbishop of Sydney after consultation with Australian bishops, trusted priests and laity.
AS former NSW premier and devout Catholic Kristina Keneally puts it, Pope Francis has come up with ''a very elegant solution that solves two problems at once''.
On 11 March 2013, the online edition of The Sydney Morning Herald published an article "Tainted Pell out of race after lobbying" by journalist Barney Zwartz.
On 11 March 2013, The Age published an article 'Tainted Pell out of race after lobbying' by Barney Zwartz, which was also carried in a number of other Fairfax publications.
Rick Feneley, Nick Miller and Leesha McKenny Is George Pell the right candidate to be God's banker?
Catherine Armitage Jennifer Ingham says she should not be alive. She was abused by a predatory priest Father Paul Brown of the Catholic church's Lismore diocese from age 16.
Royal commission into child sex abuse: Bishop's honesty finally opens the door to more compassionate dealing with victims of sex abuse
Catherine Armitage 'I wanted to know why, in the diocese of Lismore, then across all of Australia, then the world, why not one good fearless person could have stepped out against the depravities and wrongs that...
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Barney Zwartz, Melanie Kembrey Catholics around the world are being asked their opinion of church teachings on divorce, same-sex marriage and contraception for a Vatican synod on the family next October.
Barney Zwartz Prime Minister's support for Cardinal George Pell over child sex abuse is inappropriate and factually wrong, victims say.
Catherine Armitage The Pope's decision to set up a council of experts and lay people to advise him how to stop the scourge of child sex abuse is based on Australia's approach, leading Catholics say.
David Marr George Pell's parish was the big end of town. He was the prince of Catholic Melbourne.
David Marr The lumbering figure walking the length of Melbourne's Royal Exhibition Building to the sound of Handel's Hallelujah Chorus on the night of August 16, 1996, was in better health than he had been for...
Royce Millar Tony Abbott intends to abolish body monitoring the billions received by charities each year.
Sydney Cardinal George Pell has labelled an article about him in the Fairfax media on Monday as a "smear of the most vindictive kind".
Catherine Armitage The Catholic Church is pursuing hard-line legal tactics against victims of sex abuse in civil claims despite publicly promising to put victims' needs first, lawyers say.
The appointment of eight advisers, including the Archbishop of Sydney George Pell, to a new Vatican panel will help revamp the Catholic church, former Australian ambassador to the Holy See Tim...
Barney Zwartz Paedophile priests in Melbourne were moved from parish to parish in a culture of secrecy and cover-up in which the Catholic Church was slow to act, Melbourne Archbishop Denis Hart said on Thursday.