Cath Talk Blog
Pick of the editorials on the abuse inquiry this week would have to be the Australian.
Cardinal Pell had no shortage of advice as he faced the Victorian Inquiry yesterday. “Pell should concede church's failings: priest” said the Age headline. 3AW’s Neil Mitchell “I hope he grovels; I hope he apologises and pleads forgiveness; I hope he understands and accepts what responsibility the church should accept”. The Herald Sun said “What people want to see is authentic humility from the leader of the Australian Catholic Church”.
Despite the Rights of the Terminally Ill Bill being resoundingly defeated in the NSW Upper House last week, certain NSW MPs have vowed to continue the campaign for assisted suicide by introducing the legislation in the Lower House. Such a decision would be misguided, because a change in the law would have a disastrous effect on everyone in NSW, including you.