Cardinal Pell files High Court appeal against child sex conviction
Disgraced Cardinal George Pell lodged an appeal against his child sex abuse convictions in Australia's High Court on Tuesday, in a last-ditch effort to clear his name.
Australia's Cardinal Pell loses child sex abuse appeal
Disgraced Cardinal George Pell lost his appeal against child sex abuse convictions Wednesday, prompting relief from victims who fought to bring one of the Catholic Church's most powerful men to justice.
Judgement reserved in Pell appeal against child sex conviction
The fate of jailed Australian Cardinal George Pell was in the balance Thursday as judges adjourned to deliberate over an appeal against his conviction on historical child sex abuse charges.
Cardinal Pell appeals 'impossible' child sex conviction
Jailed Australian Cardinal George Pell asked appeals court judges Wednesday to quash his landmark conviction for child sex abuse, branding the charges against him "bizarre" and "impossible".
Lawyer for Australia's Pell denies reports he has quit
The lawyer representing disgraced Australian Cardinal George Pell denied reports Tuesday he had quit amid fury at a "perverse" verdict, but his role in the appeal process remains unclear.
Top pope aide Cardinal Pell convicted of child sex crimes
Australian Cardinal George Pell, one of Pope Francis' closest advisors, has been found guilty of sexually assaulting two choirboys, becoming the most senior Catholic cleric ever convicted of child sex crimes.
Vatican finance chief awaits decision over sex offences trial
Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell faces a nervous wait after a hearing to determine if he will stand trial on historical sexual offence charges adjourned Thursday.
Some 50 witnesses for Cardinal Pell sex abuse hearing
Around 50 witnesses could be called to a hearing in March to determine if there is enough evidence for Vatican finance chief Cardinal George Pell to stand trial on sex abuse charges, a court heard Friday.