Religion News Australia 2019 - 9 (Feb 24 - Mar 3)

  (03 March 19)
  by Greg Spearritt

Religion News Australia

February 24 – March 3, 2019

Religion news stories from Australia

(Research: Greg Spearritt)

 

 

 

abuse / arts & entertainment / catholic church  / education / international stories / islam / politics / religion & society

 

 

 

ABUSE

George Pell conviction

George Pell's conviction for child sexual abuse reverberates around Australia (ABC News)
Feb 26 - Through two lengthy trials, George Pell had become used to making the walk from the courtroom to his car in relative peace.

George Pell guilty of sexually abusing choirboys (ABC News)
Feb 26 - Australia’s most senior Catholic cleric, Cardinal George Pell, has been convicted of sexually abusing two choirboys while he was archbishop of Melbourne.

George Pell's trial for child sexual abuse was held in secret. This is why (ABC News)
Feb 26 - For months, journalists sat through one of the most high-profile trials held in any court in the world, without permission to report a moment of it — until now.

George Pell has been found guilty of child sex offences. Here's what you need to know (ABC News)
Feb 26 - Cardinal George Pell was last year convicted of sexually abusing two choirboys in 1996, but the Victorian County Court has not allowed media outlets to report the verdict before now.

Dozens of Australian journalists threatened with contempt of court over Pell stories (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 26 - Victoria’s Director of Public Prosecutions has threatened to lay criminal charges against dozens of journalists for contempt of court, claiming reports that appeared soon after George Pell’s conviction identified the cardinal, even though he was never named in the stories.

Unimaginable says the Cardinal who violated children after Mass (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 26 - "You could,” said Cardinal George Pell, “scarcely imagine a place that was more unlikely [for an archbishop] to be committing paedophilia crimes than the sacristy of a cathedral after mass."

The case for and against: What the jury was told in George Pell's trial (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 26 - Cardinal George Pell stood trial on allegations he sexually abused two choirboys in St Patrick's Cathedral in East Melbourne after a Sunday mass in December 1996.

Interviewed in Rome, Pell called police claims 'garbage and falsehood' (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 26 - It was the moment the cardinal couldn’t bear to hear any more.

Inside George Pell's trial: The victim's words, the lawyers' arguments (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 26 - It was sexual offending by the most senior Catholic in Victoria, in the most sacred place, after Sunday mass.

Pell was always crucial to the church's war on its own victims (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 26 - Pell’s fall is remarkable not just because he is the most senior of the many thousands of Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse around the world to be convicted, but because he has done more than any other to defend the church against its victims.

Cardinal Pell will on Wednesday launch last-ditch court attempt to avoid jail (Brisbane Times)
Feb 26 - George Pell's lawyers have launched a last-ditch attempt at sparing the cardinal from serving any time in jail, by having him apply for bail before the Court of Appeal.

George Pell: How the mighty have fallen (Brisbane Times)
Feb 26 – (Opinion: Tony Wright) The spectacle of men of the church being found guilty of the sexual abuse of children – once almost unthinkable – has become in recent years dispiritingly commonplace.

Pell won't face trial on allegations from the 70s of pool impropriety (The Age, Melbourne)
Feb 26 - The second trial George Pell was to have faced on child sex allegations will not go ahead due to problems with the evidence.

He died before seeing his abuser punished, but his family now knows why he endured so much pain (The Age, Melbourne)
Feb 26 - He died before seeing his abuser punished, but his family now knows why he endured so much pain.

Richmond remove George Pell as club vice-patron (The Age, Melbourne)
Feb 26 - Richmond have removed Cardinal George Pell from an ambassadorial role with the club following his conviction for child sexual abuse.

The sickening photograph that has haunted Cardinal George Pell for 26 years (news.com.au)
Feb 26 - The photograph was striking.

Some people can’t accept Cardinal George Pell is guilty of child sex offences (news.com.au)
Feb 26 - News of Cardinal George Pell’s guilty verdict for child sex offences is being greeted with disbelief by shocked Catholics around the world.

George Pell found guilty of child sex abuse: ‘You’re a monster’ (news.com.au)
Feb 26 - It was a Sunday in 1996 when two choirboys stole off to sneak a sip of church wine.

Pell faces jail time as sentencing looms (The Australian)
Feb 26 - Cardinal George Pell may be remanded in custody tomorrow after the senior Catholic cleric was found guilty of abusing two choirboys.

‘I still hope for truth, justice’ (The Australian)
Feb 26 – (Opinion: Frank Brennan) I was surprised by the verdict against George Pell. Many of the details the complainant gave were improbable, if not impossible.

Burn in hell: A different Pell (The Australian)
Feb 26 - George Pell limped into court.

Vatican responds to Pell verdict (The Australian)
Feb 26 - Vatican spokesman says “painful” news of Pell’s conviction has shocked many, but adds that he has “the right to defend himself”.

Vatican to decide priestly future (The Australian)
Feb 26 - George Pell’s status as a bishop means it will be the Vatican which defrocks him if his conviction stands.

Five times guilty: how George Pell's child-abusing past caught up with him in courtroom 4.3 (The Guardian, Australia)  
Despite the cardinal’s assertions that the charges against him were ‘deranged falsehoods’, the jury was unanimous

Brutal and dogmatic, George Pell waged war on sex – even as he abused children (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 26 – (Opinion: David Marr) This prince of the church was a superb political operator.

John Howard gives George Pell character reference for court hearing (ABC News)
Feb 27 - Former prime minister John Howard is one of 10 people to provide a character reference for George Pell after his conviction for child sex offences, while Melbourne's Archbishop says he plans to visit Pell if he is sent to prison.

George Pell returns to court, prosecutors push for 'immediate' jail sentence for child sex abuse (ABC News)
Feb 27 - George Pell is likely to spend tonight in custody after he withdrew a last-ditch application for bail.

Jesus warned against men like Cardinal Pell. His message could save the Church (ABC News)
Feb 27 – (Opinion: Robert Gascoigne) Go into any Australian church on a Sunday and you will find a seat.

Pell conviction blows apart bishops' mantra (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 27 – (Opinion: Francis Sullivan) Yesterday’s announcement of the conviction of Cardinal George Pell has been shattering for many and a relief for others.

'No reason to change arrangements': St Mary's Cathedral to keep George Pell plaque (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 27 - St Mary's Cathedral authorities will keep a plaque of Cardinal George Pell celebrating his time as a Sydney archbishop despite his child abuse conviction.

Stooped, frail and grey, church's big man makes shuffling 'perp walk' (Brisbane Times)
Feb 27 - There was the same roiling media maul that once regularly greeted George Pell for his pre-trial hearings, those held last year across the road in the Melbourne Magistrates courts when it was being decided whether the cardinal even had a case to answer.

Pell was always crucial to the church's war on its own victims (Brisbane Times)
Feb 27 - Cardinal George Pell’s fall is remarkable not just because he is the most senior of the many thousands of Catholic priests accused of sexual abuse around the world to be convicted, but because he has done more than any other to defend the church against its victims.

Beyond reasonable doubt: Was Pell convicted without fear and favour? (The Age, Melbourne)
Feb 27 – (Opinion: John Silvester) George Pell is a polarising figure, which is perhaps why there are now two warring camps – those who want him to be guilty of historical sex offences against two choirboys and those who don’t.

George Pell has fallen, but the cardinal's legacy casts a long shadow (The Age, Melbourne)
Feb 27 – (Opinion: Barney Zwartz) So Cardinal George Pell – by far Australia's best-known church leader of the past 25 years, the highest-ranked Australian ever at the Vatican, a confidant of prime ministers – faces a jail sentence for child sexual abuse.

George Pell returns to court in last bid for freedom (news.com.au)
Feb 27 - George Pell’s defence lawyer has tried to persuade a judge that the disgraced cardinal’s sex attack on two children was at the lower end of offending because it “lasted less than six minutes”.

What happens to Pell next (The Australian)
Feb 27 - The cardinal will be one of Victoria’s most vulnerable inmates after he is remanded in custody, forcing authorities to isolate him.

Brutal and dogmatic, George Pell waged war on sex – even as he abused children (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 27 – (Opinion: David Marr) He was big on sex.

News Corp columnists declare Cardinal Pell innocent and 'a scapegoat' (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 27 - Rupert Murdoch’s Australian mastheads have published several prominent articles defending the convicted child molester George Pell and casting doubt on the jury’s unanimous verdict in Melbourne’s county court.

In his own words: Court releases Cardinal George Pell's interview with police (ABC News)
Feb 28 - A video recording of Cardinal George Pell's interview by police has been released by a Melbourne court as the man who was once Australia's most powerful Catholic spent his first day behind bars.

George Pell's lawyer Robert Richter apologises for 'plain vanilla' offending comments (ABC News)
Feb 28 - George Pell's lawyer, Robert Richter QC, has apologised for describing Pell's crimes as "no more than a plain vanilla sexual penetration case", after the words sparked a widespread backlash from abuse survivors.

What George Pell's guilty verdict will mean for Australian Catholics (ABC News)
Feb 28 - In sentencing Cardinal George Pell, Chief Judge Peter Kidd has made clear that he is not passing sentence on the church — he is sentencing Cardinal Pell, and Cardinal Pell alone.

Cardinal sin: critics raise questions about George Pell's conviction (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 28 - The verdict is in, but it is still being debated.

History will judge George Pell, the cardinal who sought to crush me (Brisbane Times)
Feb 28 – (Opinion: John Ellis) I have hesitated in weighing in to add to the thousands of words written this week about the publication, at long last, of the details of the conviction of George Pell last December on child sex abuse charges.

The George Pell headline our children need to see (Brisbane Times)
Feb 28 – (Opinion: Madonna King) A young man, anonymous to most, takes on one of the most powerful Catholics in the world. And wins.

How reliable is one man’s memory when it comes to child sexual abuse? (news.com.au)
Feb 28 - How reliable is the memory of one person, of an event that happened more than 20 years ago?

Why the complainant in George Pell’s trial was so compelling (news.com.au)
Feb 28 - It’s shocking, it’s incomprehensible and to some, it’s unbelievable.

Pell saga has a long way to go (The Australian)
Feb 28 – (Opinion: Tess Livingstone) Studied closely, Cardinal George Pell’s five convictions of child sexual abuse break the bounds of credulity.

George Pell has good chance of winning appeal against convictions, expert says (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 28 - Cardinal George Pell’s appeal against his convictions of sexually assaulting and penetrating choirboys is likely to be granted and has a good chance of succeeding on the basis of unreasonableness, according to legal experts and defence lawyers.

The Kid and The Choirboy – the harrowing story of George Pell's victims (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 28 - This is the story of two teenage boys sent on scholarships from what were then Melbourne’s inner suburbs to a Catholic boys’ school – St Kevin’s College.

'Love him or loathe him, Pell's always been a son of Ballarat' (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 28 - “The die-hard Catholics still live in denial,” says Andrew Collins, the public face of clergy abuse in Ballarat.

'Take him away, please': George Pell hadn't dressed for prison, but that's where he went (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 28 – (Opinion: David Marr) The script was bare.

'Strength and sincerity': John Howard's glowing character reference for George Pell (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 28 - The former prime minister John Howard has described Cardinal George Pell as “a person of both high intelligence and exemplary character” and says that his conviction on child sexual abuse charges doesn’t “alter my opinion of the Cardinal” in a character reference.

'Teachable moment': How to talk to your children about the Pell case (Brisbane Times)
Feb 28 - With Cardinal George Pell's guilty verdict saturating Australian news, many parents may have found themselves lost for words as children press them for an explanation of what they've seen on TV.

Judge's decision to bar 'Pac-Man' video in focus of Pell appeal bid (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 1 - The judge's decision to bar the jury from watching a video will be one of three grounds on which lawyers for sex offender George Pell will appeal his conviction.

When George Pell's powerful friends came out of the woodwork (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 1 – (Opinion: Waleed Aly) If you ever find yourself in Budapest, you really must visit the House of Terror museum.

'You no longer rule our world': The message from Pell accuser's sister to powerful Cardinal supporters (Brisbane Times)
Mar 1 - The sister of a man who alleges he was also sexually abused by George Pell says the family is not dismayed the Cardinal's second trial is not going ahead, as they feel a sense of justice has been served.

Also: Pell accuser’s sister speaks out (The Australian)
Mar 2 - The sister of a man whose sex abuse case against George Pell was abandoned this week has spoken out for the first time.

Key piece of evidence missing from George Pell’s trial with ‘potential to hurt’ (news.com.au)
Mar 1 - Convicted paedophile George Pell’s decision not to testify during his trial for child sex crimes could have cost him the case, according to experienced criminal lawyers.

The inconsistencies of George Pell's defenders just display their power (The Guardian, Australia)  
Mar 1 – (Opinion: Richard Cooke) What happens when the Australian establishment lines up behind a convicted pedophile?

Parents have every reason to be enraged by the Pell revelations (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 2 – (Opinion: Wendy Tuohy) There is water cooler talk, and then there's water cooler rage, and the emotions expressed by parents following the revelation Cardinal George Pell was convicted of five counts of child sexual abuse are firmly in the second category.

Pell's toll: Jailed cardinal's legacy remains firmly in place (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 2 – (Opinion: Debbie Cuthbertson and Barney Zwartz) Like his 190-centimetre frame, Cardinal George Pell’s shadow looms large over Catholicism in Australia.

The Jesuits say, 'Give me the boy at seven'. And look what this led to (Brisbane Times)
Mar 2 – (Opinion: Geoffrey Robertson) News of George Pell's conviction was a fitting end to a papal summit on child abuse which achieved nothing and began with other cardinals attributing the problem to homosexuals in the priesthood.

‘Faith, innocence’ aid Pell now (The Australian)
Mar 2 - Missing Mass, a daily ritual for decades, will be a heavy cross to bear for the jailed cardinal, who says he prays for his accusers.

Pell ordeal makes strong case (The Australian)
Mar 2 – (Opinion: Gerard Henderson) In some jurisdictions it has been recognised that juries can make mistakes — especially concerning high-profile defendants.

The timeline of Cardinal George Pell’s trial (news.com.au)
Mar 2 - The world watched as Cardinal George Pell’s guilty verdict was revealed this week.

George Pell case needs to be heard by appeals court before we judge, Archbishop of Sydney says (ABC News)
Mar 3 - The Archbishop of Sydney has urged the community not to "draw any conclusions" following Cardinal George Pell's conviction for child sexual abuse and says the appeals court needs to be given the time and space to review the case.

Archbishop says don't be 'too quick to judge' Pell, but parishioners struggle with faith (The Guardian, Australia)  
Mar 3 - Despite saying he could not comment “too much” on the conviction of Cardinal George Pell for child sexual abuse, with the matter filed for appeal, the archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher, nonetheless urged parishioners not to be “too quick to judge” the disgraced prelate.

Doubters’ outcry over Pell verdict disrespectful to jury, legal system (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 3 – (Opinion: Peter FitzSimons) Was George Arthur Pell found guilty, “beyond reasonable doubt”, by a jury of his peers, of orally raping a 13-year-old boy and molesting another? Emphatically, yes.

Sexual abuse survivor sadistically raped by a priest as an altar boy fought for 15 years to get justice (news.com.au)
Mar 3 - Marco Fabbro was sadistically raped by a twisted paedophile priest at Melbourne’s prestigious Xavier College aged just 11 years old.

Allegations about George Pell’s behaviour have followed him for years (news.com.au)
Mar 3 - The condemnation flowed thick and fast this week after it was revealed Cardinal George Pell was guilty of child sexual abuse charges.

What is George Pell really guilty of? (news.com.au)
Mar 3 – (Opinion: Joe Hildebrand) About a decade ago, I went to George Pell’s house and we sat down for a chat.

My anger with George Pell has been replaced by immense sadness (The Guardian, Australia)  
Mar 3 – (Opinion: Christos Tsiolkas) I have been angry with Cardinal George Pell for a long time.

Other

Catholic Archbishop Mark Coleridge investigated over handling of child abuse allegations (ABC News)
Feb 26 - Brisbane's Catholic Archbishop Mark Coleridge is being investigated by his former archdiocese over his alleged handling of information on child sex abuse.

'My husband and I have a sexless marriage' (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 3 - It began on our wedding night.

Schools brace for Pell fallout (The Australian)
Mar 3 - Catholic schools are in damage control following ­George Pell’s conviction for sexual abuse.

 

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Louise Milligan's explosive George Pell book updated, headed back to shelves (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 28 - Louise Milligan's explosive book Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell is getting an update.

 

CATHOLIC CHURCH

What is 'consecrated virginity' and why are modern women marrying Jesus? (ABC News)
Mar 3 - Zara Tai didn't wear white on her wedding day, but then again, it wasn't a conventional ceremony.

Female voices of faith needed to reform Catholic Church (The Age, Melbourne)
Mar 3 - The Catholic Church must elevate women to leadership positions if it is to restore trust following sexual abuse scandals, says the Sydney woman spearheading a global campaign to give women and lay men a greater voice inside the church.

 

EDUCATION

Chaplains to be banned in ACT public schools, those left forced to teach non-religious roles (ABC News)
Feb 23 - Chaplains will be banned from Canberra's public schools from the end of the year in a move that goes beyond federal Labor policy to allow a choice of religious or secular workers.

 

INTERNATIONAL STORIES

Abuse

Lay Catholics who stay silent are complicit in the church’s failure on abuse (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 26 – (Opinion: Joanna Moorhead) In Rome, some commentators describe the child abuse scandal as the worst crisis to hit the Catholic church since the Reformation.

George Pell's conviction is uncharted territory for the Vatican — so what happens now? (ABC News)
Feb 27 - In Rome, George Pell's conviction is the moment the global clergy abuse scandal truly arrived on the Vatican's doorstep.

Fallout from George Pell case the latest blow in Vatican’s crisis (news.com.au)
Feb 27 - The Vatican has confirmed Cardinal George Pell is no longer its Secretariat for the Economy.

Vatican to await cardinal's appeal before taking any action (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 27 - The Catholic church’s already shaky credibility on sexual abuse was dealt another hammer blow on Tuesday, with its third most powerful figure and a close associate of Pope Francis facing a jail sentence for crimes committed against two choirboys in the 1990s.

Malka Leifer faces new claim of child sexual abuse in Israel (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 27 - New allegations of sexual misconduct have been made in Israel against Malka Leifer, a former headteacher wanted on dozens of charges of child sexual abuse in Australia.

Cardinal declined to meet abuse victim before Vatican summit (The Guardian, Australia)  
Mar 3 - A woman who was sexually abused as a teenager by a Catholic priest has expressed anger and disappointment that the church’s leader in England and Wales declined to meet her before attending the Vatican’s abuse summit last month.

Anglican Church

Church of England makes Sunday services non-compulsory (The Guardian, Australia)  
Mar 3 - The Church of England has dropped a centuries-old requirement for all churches to hold weekly Sunday services.

Catholic Church

The rise and fall of George Pell in Rome (Brisbane Times)
Mar 3 - When Cardinal George Pell gave his first press conference in 2014 as prefect of the Vatican Secretariat for the Economy, he promised a new, exemplary era of honesty, transparency and efficiency in Vatican finances.

Islam

‘Jihadi bride’ doesn’t fit: we need a new language for female militants (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 26 – (Opinion: Azadeh Moaveni) There are around 150 British women in the world who can be called “jihadi brides” – those who left places such as Luton, Birmingham and Burton upon Trent to migrate to the Islamic State and eventually marry its fighters – and Shamima Begum is one of the youngest.

French retailer Decathlon suspends sale of sportswear hijab amid 'violent controversy' (ABC News)
Feb 27 - French retailer Decathlon has backtracked on plans to sell a sportswear hijab after receiving what it described as "unprecedented insults and threats".

Why it’s OK for young Muslims to be radical (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 28 – (Opinion: Ali Nobil Ahmad) The legal and moral conundrums posed by the return (or not) of British jihadis following the collapse of the Islamic State “caliphate” has triggered renewed anxiety about the place of Muslim youth in western society.

Religious Violence

'We are now free': Yazidis fleeing Isis start over in female-only commune (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 26 - In Jinwar, north-eastern Syria, a pioneering group of women are rebuilding their lives away from the constraints of patriarchy.

Attack on Argentina’s chief rabbi raises fears of antisemitism (The Guardian, Australia)  
Feb 27 - An attack that badly injured Argentina’s chief rabbi has alarmed authorities in the South American nation and in Israel, raising concerns on Tuesday that it could have been prompted by antisemitism.

Shamima Begum flees Syrian refugee camp after IS brides issue death threats (news.com.au)
Mar 1 - Terrified Shamima Begum and her baby yesterday fled their refugee camp in Syria after receiving death threats.

Kurdish forces 'launch final assault' on last Islamic State-held territory (ABC News)
Mar 2 - Kurdish-led forces say they have launched an operation to clear the final pocket of territory held by the so-called Islamic State group.

The caliphate is gone, but damage runs deep in Raqqa (ABC News)
Mar 3 - Abood sits on the floor of his devastated family home.

 

Other

Social media upends public's Bible quote preferences (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 25 - London: In the beginning - and for centuries that followed - God's sacrifice of Jesus to express his love on Earth was the favourite Bible passage of many Christians.

I’ve been gripped by shame since I came out as a gay atheist (The Guardian, Australia)  
Mar 3 - The dilemma I’m in my early 30s and feel gripped by shame and inertia.

 

ISLAM

Melbourne man sentenced over plot to support Muslim militants in the Philippines (ABC News)
Feb 26 - A Melbourne man who was part of a group planning to sail to the southern Philippines to work with Muslim militants to overthrow the government has been sentenced to three years and 10 months in prison.

Just before I stepped on the bus ... it happened (The Age, Melbourne)
Feb 26 - I caught the bus from Central Station last week, it was my first day at a new job.

9/11 a comedy show: sheik (The Australian)
Mar 1 - An Egyptian sheik touring Aust­ralian mosques has mocked the September 11, 2001, and Charlie Hebdo terror attacks.

 

POLITICS

Political leaders express disgust at abuse by Cardinal George Pell (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Feb 26 - Politicians from across the spectrum expressed shock and disgust at the sexual crimes of Cardinal George Pell and voiced sympathy for his victims, following the revelation of his conviction on Tuesday.

Senator Eric Abetz's wife dies of cancer (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 1 - Tasmanian senator Eric Abetz's wife, Michelle, has died of cancer.

 

RELIGION & SOCIETY

Group takes compensation fight for Islamic State sex slaves to Australian court (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Mar 1 - London: Women enslaved and abused by Australians who joined Islamic State overseas should be entitled to victims’ compensation payments in Australia, says a British group campaigning for refugee Yazidis.

'A deeper purpose than football': Dustin Martin's spiritual connection (The Age, Melbourne)
Mar 1 - Richmond superstar Dustin Martin has "found a deeper purpose than just football" and is now a spiritually connected individual, according to captain Trent Cotchin.

'Killer robots' to be taught ethics in world-topping Australian research project (The Age, Melbourne)
Mar 1 - Australia is embarking on the world’s largest study into how to make autonomous weapons such as future armed drones behave ethically in warfare.

 

 


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