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Firing Squad Priest - Fr Charlie Burrows
Last edited 4th March 2015

Ben Fordham talks to Father Burrows who has witnessed executions in Indonesia and explains why he and the locals in the village disagree with capital punishment.

Conversations with Catholic Voices / Asylum Seekers: Where Does the Church Stand?
Last edited 6th October 2014

As the Australian Government tightens its policies around asylum seekers, Daniel Nour is back again drilling Catholic Voices Australia representative Andrew Milne on where the Church stands on the issue.

The Meaning of Religious Freedom and the Future of Human Rights - Cardinal Pell 2013
Last edited 31st July 2014

Cardinal George Pell delivered the Annual Lecture on Religious Freedom at the School of Law at the University of Notre Dame in Australia, on 22 August 2013.


Q & A with Bishop Julian / Q&A: The Church’s Response to Sexual Abuse
Last edited 9th July 2013

In this extended episode of Q&A, Bishop Julian speaks about the Royal Commission, the Church’s response to sexual abuse, and the road ahead.


Should Priests Break Their Vow and Disclose What They Hear in Confession?
Last edited 15th November 2012

There's been some interesting discussion about whether Priests should break their vow and disclose what they hear in confession.


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Varieties of Intolerance: Religious and Secular
Last edited 29th June 2009

Cardinal George Pell gave this lecture as the Inaugural Thomas More Lecture in the series 'Religion in the Public Square' at the Divinity School, Oxford.  With thanks to the Oxford University Newman Society & the Catholic Herald for permission to record this talk.  If you'd also like to read this lecture, click here  (lecture - 35 mins, q&as - 30 mins)


Social and moral capital eroded: Pell
Last edited 29th June 2009

Cardinal Pell on ABC Radio: "Fixing the financial crisis is not just about greater transparency, stronger unions and more effective regulation of the marketplace, it must also involve rebuilding our radically eroded social and moral capital. That was the message yesterday that earned the Catholic Archbishop of Sydney, Cardinal George Pell, a standing ovation at the annual national conference of the Australian Workers Union on Queensland's Gold Coast"


Disadvantaged Youth, Addiction, and Disability
Last edited 7th July 2009

This panel discussion was given at WYD2008, presented by Catholic Centacare - 1 & 1/2 hours. 


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