Cardinal Pell knew the secret to remaining sane in a culture gone mad.
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COMMENTARY: Two recent reflections offer timeless wisdom.
COMMENTARY: St. Mary’s Cathedral was packed for midday Mass offered by Archbishop Timothy Costelloe of Perth, president of the Australian bishops’ conference. An evening Mass was offered by Archbishop Charles Balvo, apostolic nuncio in Australia.
On July 7, 2015, Cardinal George Pell became the first Catholic cardinal since the 16th century to offer Mass at the cathedral’s high altar.
COMMENTARY: Collaborating with the cardinal at World Youth Day in Sydney was a high point of our relationship, but equally significant was his inspiring witness of courage — and encouragement to others — in the face of grave setbacks.
COMMENTARY: Looking back on our 25-year friendship, I thank Cardinal Pell for reminding me of what is most important.
Cardinal Müller, who lived in the same apartment as Cardinal Pell in Rome, noted the cardinal’s strong intellectual formation in Oxford and his knowledge of patristic and systematic theology.