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Cardinal Pell

Cardinal George Pell arrives at the Melbourne Magistrates Court surrounded by Victorian Police officers

Cardinal George Pell arrives at the Melbourne Magistrates Court surrounded by Victorian Police officers

Cardinal Pell to plead ‘not guilty’ in abuse case

26/07/2017 16:23

Cardinal George Pell made a brief appearance at an Australian court on Wednesday in a preliminary hearing regarding the accusation of “historical sexual offences”, during which his lawyer said he would plead “not guilty” to the charges leveled against him

Cardinal George Pell speaks to the media at a the Holy See Press Office

Cardinal George Pell speaks to the media at a the Holy See Press Office. The Press Office has released a statement concerning Cardinal Pell's response to charges filed against him in Australia.

Cardinal Pell: I'm totally innocent of these charges

29/06/2017 09:34

At a press conference Thursday morning at the Vatican, Cardinal George Pell, the Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, forcefully denied charges of “historical” sexual offences filed against him by Australian police.

Fr Hans Zollner has met with sex abuse victims as Cardinal George Pell responds to Australia's Royal Commission

Fr Hans Zollner has met with sex abuse survivors as Cardinal George Pell responds to Australia's Royal Commission

Vatican official meets Australian sex abuse survivors

04/03/2016 13:54

Fr Hans Zollner of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors has met with survivors, in the context of Cardinal George Pell’s hearings via video link with Australia’s Royal Commission investigating institutional responses to child sexual abuse

Cardinal George Pell addresses the press after meeting sexual abuse survivors in Rome on Thursday.

Cardinal George Pell addresses the press after meeting sexual abuse survivors in Rome on Thursday.

Cardinal Pell holds "emotional" meeting with abuse survivors

03/03/2016 15:10

Cardinal George Pell on Thursday met for nearly two hours with about a dozen victims of sexual abuse from the Australian Diocese of Ballarat at the Quirinale hotel in Rome.

 

Cardinal George Pell ties a ribbon to the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto in the Vatican to support the Loud Fence Movement against sexual abuse.

Cardinal George Pell ties a ribbon to the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto in the Vatican to support the Loud Fence Movement against sexual abuse.

Cardinal Pell ties "Loud Fence" ribbon in Lourdes Grotto

29/02/2016 11:23

The Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, Cardinal George Pell, this weekend visited the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto in the Vatican Gardens to pray for all survivors of abuse.

 

Cardinal George Pell, the Prefect for the Secretariat for the Economy, gives evidence via video-link from a hotel in Rome to the Australian Royal Comm

Cardinal George Pell, the Prefect for the Secretariat for the Economy, gives evidence via video-link from a hotel in Rome to the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in Sydney.

Cardinal Pell gives testimony to Royal Commission

29/02/2016 08:45

The Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy, Cardinal George Pell, testified via videolink for four hours to the Australian Royal Commission investigating how different institutions in the country handled sexual abuse.

 Cardinal George Pell, Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy

Cardinal George Pell, Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy

Cardinal Pell: Vatican will "slave-proof" supply chain

19/01/2016 12:18

Cardinal George Pell, the Prefect of the Secretariat for the Econony, announced on Sunday the Holy See is taking steps to “slave-proof” the Vatican supply chain.

 

Cardinal Pell at Vatican Radio, March 31, 2015

Cardinal Pell at Vatican Radio, March 31, 2015

Press Statement from the Secretariat for the Economy

06/11/2015 11:52

The Secretariat for the Economy released a statement to the press on Friday, in response to claims regarding the management of expenditure by the Prefect and the Secretariat through 2014