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Cardinal Pell’s Conviction “Against All Reason And Justice” – Cardinal Müller

Cardinal Pell's conviction for sexual abuse is “absolutely against all reason and justice”, Cardinal Gerhard Müller told NcRegister (March 6).

Müller speaks of an “understanding of justice that goes back to the time of Henry VIII” which “shows a corruption of the juridical system”.

Müller does not believe that Pell could have abused someone with all the other persons present after Mass in the cathedral's sacristy, “The allegations against him are absolutely unbelievable, it’s impossible. It’s without proof, against all evidence,” he adds.

Montauban Bishop Bernard Ginoux, France, thanked Müller on Twitter for his support of Pell calling the accusation "implausible".

Picture: Gerhard Ludwig Müller, © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk, CC BY-SA, #newsFrjhhevviq
LOLA125
From a message of Our Blessed Lady to Christina Gallagher on February 28, 2019; "The knowledge My priest-son, Cardinal George Pell possessed of financial wrongdoing and sexual misbehaviour which he desired to correct for the good of the Church and for the sake of Truth was the reason the power of darkness overshadowed him with false accusations. I desire the world to know of his innocence and I …More
From a message of Our Blessed Lady to Christina Gallagher on February 28, 2019; "The knowledge My priest-son, Cardinal George Pell possessed of financial wrongdoing and sexual misbehaviour which he desired to correct for the good of the Church and for the sake of Truth was the reason the power of darkness overshadowed him with false accusations. I desire the world to know of his innocence and I desire the man of sin who brought this about to be aware that his iniquity will be shown up in the light of God's Justice. I held My mantle over my dear priest-son and My Heart wept at what has been brought upon him in the endurance of this terrible injustice and deception".
alex j
@LOLA125>Sorry to be the person to strongly dispute any claims of messages from OBL to one Christina Gallagher of County Mayo, Ireland. My family and I were living in County Mayo at the time Christina Gallagher was gaining national prominence. My eldest daughter was, at the same time, employed as a writer of catholic news, by a local paper in Mullingar. Clearly Gallagher was news but it didn't …More
@LOLA125>Sorry to be the person to strongly dispute any claims of messages from OBL to one Christina Gallagher of County Mayo, Ireland. My family and I were living in County Mayo at the time Christina Gallagher was gaining national prominence. My eldest daughter was, at the same time, employed as a writer of catholic news, by a local paper in Mullingar. Clearly Gallagher was news but it didn't take long for my daughter to discover the phoniness of Gallagher. I could list a litany of unsubstantiated claims made by her and her spiritual adviser. Suffice to record that she was housewife of modest means-very few people in Mayo have any wealth other than a small family farm- at the time of the first alleged apparition. Within a period of around twelve months, Gallagher had brought a house for her daughter then went on to buy herself a mansion of a house in Dublin's up market area complemented with a brand new Mercedes Benze in the driveway. Contrast that with her religious persona of wearing a Franciscan type gown, kneeling with head thrown back as though in a trance, spending up to 45 minutes saying the rosary. My daughter was privy to Gallagher "fleecing" her 'inner circle' of eight adherents to the tune of one million Euro's so. as she claimed, to full fill OBL's request for 'Houses of Prayer' to be built in America. That of its self is suspect, given every church is a 'House of Prayer'. One humorous incident, which for me illustrated the whole stupidity of her claim as a messenger of OBL, occurred when a bus load of pilgrims from Northern Ireland, arrived at the 'House of Prayer' [ the original ] at Achill Isle. County Mayo. They were informed by Gallagher's spiritual adviser that the 'Holy Water',that was on tap, was the purest Holy water in Ireland. Before leaving the Northern Ireland pilgrim's eagerly filled bottle and flasks up with the 'purest Holy water' in Ireland.....You guessed it. They all came down with gastro problems during the trip back home.
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aderito
i agree with Cardinal Muller
Lalanz
Muller should do more than just point out, he needs to flip some tables over and fight!!!!
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