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Archbishop Fisher welcomes acquittal of Cardinal Pell

Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney has welcomed the acquittal of Cardinal George Pell by Australia’s H

08 Apr 2020
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Analysis: Freed from prison, will Cardinal Pell now face Vatican trial?

The High Court of Australia ordered the acquittal of Cardinal George Pell on Tuesday.

07 Apr 2020
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Cardinal George Pell's abuse convictions overturned by Australia's High Court

After an ordeal that began nearly four years ago, and more than 13 months of imprisonment, Cardinal Geo

07 Apr 2020
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'The only basis for justice is truth' - With conviction overturned, Cardinal Pell speaks

After his conviction for child sexual abuse was overturned Tuesday by Australia’s High Court, Cardinal

07 Apr 2020
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Jerusalem Archbishop Blesses City with True Cross Relic

Unable to lead the traditional Palm Sunday procession through Jerusalem, Archbishop Pierbattista Pizzaballa, OFM, apostolic administrator of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem, blessed the city with a relic of the True Cross on April 5.

07 Apr 2020
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Vatican Major Penitentiary: Mercy Does not Cease Amid Coronavirus

In an Easter letter to confessors on Saturday, the head of the Apostolic Penitentiary wrote that while 'social distancing' is necessary amid the coronavirus, 'mercy

07 Apr 2020
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Moving 'Vicar of Christ' title in Vatican yearbook is ‘theological barbarism’, says cardinal

A cardinal has criticized the Vatican’s official yearbook after it listed the term Vicar of Christ to a

07 Apr 2020
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Archbishop Fulton Sheen was more than the man on television, 92-year-old niece says

Archbishop Fulton Sheen's niece has recounted her view of the famous Catholic television personality and author in a new book that aims to show his Christian devotio

06 Apr 2020
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Monks Offer Free Caskets Amid Coronavirus

An Iowa monastery of Trappist monks is offering an unusual but necessary act of charity amid the global pandemic - free caskets to financially struggling families wh

06 Apr 2020
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Turin Shroud to be displayed via livestream on Holy Saturday amid pandemic

Catholics around the world will be invited to pray virtually before the Turin Shroud on Holy Saturday as the world struggles to contain the coronavirus pandemic, Church officials have said.

06 Apr 2020
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Cardinal Turkson Brings Rosaries To Rome Hospital Treating Coronavirus Patients

Cardinal Peter Turkson visited Rome’s largest hospital on Friday, encouraging staff and handing out rosaries blessed by Pope Francis.

04 Apr 2020
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Catholic University Makes Vaccine Work Free for Coronavirus Research

An expert research professor on vaccines at the Catholic University of America is working with the university to make his patents available royalty-free to help figh

04 Apr 2020