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News

Pain of survivor victims not forgotten

Acknowledging the High Court’s decision today to acquit Cardinal George Pell of historical child sex abuse charges, Adelaide Archbishop-elect Patrick O’Regan said it was important to remember the “survivor victims, their families and people in the parishes” at this time.

Opinion

Building trust - Towards Healing

Towards Healing, established in 1996, is a process offered by the Church to a person who has been abused by a priest, Religious or other Catholic Church personnel. This month the Professional Standards Office answers some commonly asked questions about the process.

Opinion

How Pope Francis can revitalise the Church

Pope Francis’ foremost priority should be top-to-bottom culture change in the Catholic Church, specifically: fostering a spirit of urgency, bringing new talent to all decision-making tables and creating openness to radically new ideas.

National

Bishop O'Kelly responds to Pell decision

As news of the Victorian Court of Appeal’s decision to uphold the conviction of Cardinal George Pell reverberated around the world, Bishop Greg O’Kelly SJ urged people to be sensitive to the needs of all.