Ater media reports about the proposed new curriculum, Fr. Christopher de Souza wrote that “the curriculum does not teach gender theory or gender studies or associated material,” and that it “does not teach students anything that is contrary to the Catholic faith.”
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Multiple priests wrote to tell the committee that they would not violate the seal of confession, and numerous priests pointed out that the law would be unenforceable, as confessions are usually made anonymously.
Archbishop Coleridge has said the law would make priests “less a servant of God than an agent of the state” and raise “major questions about religious freedom.”
Cardinal George Pell will speak on his experience of suffering during the 13 months he spent in an Australian prison before being released earlier this year.
Archbishop Peter Comensoli of Melbourne said that while he was upset about the vandalism, he was “not entirely surprised.”
ANALYSIS: Notre Dame legal scholar Gerard V. Bradley highlights the fundamental legal errors that gave rise to the cardinal’s wrongful conviction.
The High Court handed down its judgement in Brisbane April 7.
Cardinal Pell’s statement expressed “thanks for all the prayers and thousands of letters of support.”
Australia’s top court will announce its findings at 8 p.m. Eastern time on Monday.
Cardinal Pell has told friends he remains faithful to God’s providence and committed to living his time in prison in the spirit of a monastic retreat.