United States  

Australia's high court to hear Cardinal George Pell's appeal

CBS News Wednesday, 13 November 2019
Australia's highest court agreed Wednesday to hear an appeal from the most senior Catholic to be found guilty of sexually abusing children, giving Cardinal George Pell a last chance at getting his convictions overturned. Emma O'Sullivan from our partners at Network 10 reports from Canberra, Australia.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 
Video credit: Reuters Studio - Published
News video: Top Australian court will hear George Pell appeal

Top Australian court will hear George Pell appeal 01:28

Catholic cardinal George Pell will have one last chance to overturn his conviction for sexually assaulting two teenaged choirboys after the Australian High Court on Wednesday agreed to hear the former Vatican treasurer's appeal. Ryan Brooks reports.

You Might Like


💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Catholic Church Catholic Church Largest Christian church, led by the Bishop of Rome

AP Top Stories July 5 P

Here's the latest for Sunday, July 5: Christopher Columbus statue toppled in Baltimore; India sees another record jump in coronavirus cases; Rio's Catholic..
USATODAY.com
Catholics attend first mass in Rio since virus lockdown [Video]

Catholics attend first mass in Rio since virus lockdown

The devoted of the Catholic church welcomed the chance to attend a mass after almost three months praying and listening to ceremonies from home via social media.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 00:50Published
Few churches in Kochi to remain shut till June 30 [Video]

Few churches in Kochi to remain shut till June 30

A few churches in Kochi have decided to remain shut in view of the spread of COVID-19. Churches under Ernakulam-Angamaly archdiocese would not offer services till June 30 in Kerala, according to an official statement. "This decision has been taken in view of the spread of COVID-19 in the areas under its jurisdiction," said Archbishop Antony Kariyil, the Metropolitan Vicar of the Ernakulam-Angamaly archdiocese. Father Jerome Chamanikodathu said that the opening of churches amid COVID-19 could lead to more disaster. "Earlier we were asking for the opening of churches. However, amid COVID-19 opening of churches could lead to more problems. Therefore, it has been decided not to open St. Francis Xavier's church, St. Sebastian's church and St. Antony's church in Kochi and we will wait till June 30," said Fr. Jerome Chamanikodathu, Vicar of St. Francis Xavier's church under Roman Catholic Church-Archdiocese of Verapoly.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:01Published

Canberra Canberra Capital of Australia

Australian PM told to "Get off the grass!' [Video]

Australian PM told to "Get off the grass!'

It was supposed to be a symbol of Prime Minister Scott Morrison's command over the Australian economy on Thursday (June 4), but his press conference to announce a fourth stimulus package briefly turned comical when he and reporters were told by a local to get off his newly reseeded grass.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 00:30Published
China slaps Australia with barley tariffs as trade tensions flare [Video]

China slaps Australia with barley tariffs as trade tensions flare

China imposes tariffs on barley, suspends beef imports from Australia after Canberra pushes for COVID-19 enquiry.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:07Published
Australia's got beef with China over trade [Video]

Australia's got beef with China over trade

After Australia called for an international inquiry into the origins of the new coronavirus, trade tensions have been rising between Canberra and Beijing. David Doyle reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:11Published

Related videos from verified sources

Terrified thief is held in a headlock by bearded bikers who caught him pickpocketing a war veteran selling POPPIES [Video]

Terrified thief is held in a headlock by bearded bikers who caught him pickpocketing a war veteran selling POPPIES

A terrified thief is held in a headlock by a bearded biker after he was caught pickpocketing a war veteran selling POPPIES.Scumbag Steven Norman, 43, was spotted trying to swipe a wallet from a..

Credit: SWNS STUDIO     Duration: 01:23Published

Tweets about this

avnblogfeed

AVN News Feed Australia’s high court to hear Cardinal George Pell’s appeal https://t.co/FPlzJrQCeo 5 days ago

Joblotto

Blox @Peter_Fitz Journalistic claptrap versus the High Court of Australia 7 to 0 unanimous reasons. Pell is innocent. Wi… https://t.co/oRP8gTIDsn 6 days ago