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Cardinal Pell: one-sided media coverage is 'betrayal of the national interest' (Sky News)

Catholic Culture Monday, 13 April 2020
In an interview with Andrew Bolt of Sky News, Cardinal George Pell said that the Australia’s government-funded ABC network gave “an overwhelming presentation of one view and only one view” in coverage of Catholic affairs. “I think that’s a betrayal of the national interest,” he said.
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