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Lessons to be Learned from Cardinal Pell's Case (News Analysis) (CWN)

Catholic Culture Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Sometime early this morning, Australia time, Cardinal George Pell should have been praying the Liturgy of the Hours. The first psalm in today’s Morning Prayer (43) begins: “Vindicate me, Lord; judge my case against an unholy nation.”
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News video: Cardinal George Pell released from Australian prison after abuse convictions quashed

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Cardinal George Pell has been released from an Australian prison after his convictions for abusing two choirboys were quashed. The country's high court found a lower court had errer on the matter of reasonable doubt. Pell had served more than a year of a six-year sentence.

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