Religion News Australia 2017 - 24 (June 27 - July 2)

  (01 July 17)
  by Greg Spearritt

Religion News Australia

June 27 – July 2, 2017

Religion news stories from Australia

(Research: Greg Spearritt)

 

 

abuse / arts & entertainment / catholic church / education / international stories / islam / judaism / politics / religion & society

 

 

 

ABUSE

Witness saw paedophile priest covered in blood near cold case murder victim Maria James’ house (ABC News)  
June 28 - A priest who sexually abused the son of cold case murder victim Maria James was seen covered in blood on the day of her murder, metres from the crime scene.

Charging the cardinal is a tiny part of the story (Sydney Morning Herald)  
July 2 – (Opinion: Peter FitzSimons) I genuinely have no firm view as to the likely guilt or innocence of Cardinal George Pell on the grave charges of child sexual abuse levelled against him, and do not seek to pre-judge the legal process in any way.

 

ABUSE – George Pell charged

George Pell: We’re in uncharted territory now police have charged the cardinal (ABC News)  
June 29 - Victoria Police are charging Cardinal Archbishop George Pell with multiple sexual offences.

George Pell, Catholic cardinal, charged with historical sexual assault offences (ABC News)  
June 29 - Cardinal George Pell says he is looking forward to his day in court after being charged with historical sexual assault offences.

George Pell’s charging and what it means for the Catholic Church in Australia (ABC News)  
June 29 - The investigation and charging of Cardinal George Pell has made headlines around the world because of his standing at the Vatican.

’Watershed moment’ for Catholic Church as Cardinal George Pell charged (Sydney Morning Herald)  
June 29 - One of Australia’s leading Catholic Church commentators has described the charges against Cardinal George Pell as a "watershed moment", while sex abuse survivor advocates have urged the cardinal to follow through on his undertaking to return to Australia to face court in person.

’He’s entitled to a fair trial’: Catholic Church speaks for Cardinal George Pell (Brisbane Times)
June 29 - The Australian Catholic Church has spoken in support of Cardinal George Pell, emphasising his contribution to the church and warning against a trial by media in the wake of sex abuse charges.

Clergy sexual abuse victims call for Cardinal George Pell to be stood down in wake of charges (Brisbane Times)
June 29 - Clergy sexual abuse victims have called for Cardinal George Pell to be immediately stood down from his powerful Vatican post in the wake of historical sexual abuse charges being laid against him.

George Pell sex abuse charges move case into unknown legal territory (Brisbane Times)
June 29 - The string of historical child sexual abuse charges laid against Cardinal George Pell has plunged the case into unknown legal territory.

’Cardinal’ to be removed from Victorian shops in shadow of George Pell’s charges (The Age, Melbourne)
June 29 - An explosive book which details historical sex offences allegedly committed by Cardinal George Pell will be removed from sale in Victoria to avoid prejudicing the trial against him.

Pell ’looks forward to court’ (The Australian)
June 29 - Cardinal George Pell has responded after being charged on summons with historical sex offences.

Abuse accusers ’over the moon’ (The Australian)
June 29 - Two men who made abuse allegations against George Pell say they’re “over the moon” about decision to lay charges.

George Pell charged with sexual offences: a timeline of the cardinal’s life (The Guardian, Australia)
June 29 - From Pell’s early life and progression through the ranks of the church to Australia’s highest-ranking Catholic, to 2017’s charges, which he denies

News Corp’s Miranda Devine says police are ’hunting Catholics’ after George Pell charges (The Guardian, Australia)
June 29 - The News Corp columnist Miranda Devine has defended George Pell on Twitter, saying his charges have been drummed up by Victoria police as a distraction from a supposed crime epidemic in that state.

George Pell granted leave by Pope to fight historical sexual assault offences (ABC News)  
June 30 - Cardinal George Pell is taking leave of his Vatican duties after informing the Pope he plans to return to Australia to fight historical sexual assault charges in court and clear his name.

George Pell charges: The view from the Vatican (ABC News)  
June 30 - The wheels of the Australian justice system have begun to turn in potentially world-changing ways.

George Pell’s alleged victims welcome charges (Brisbane Times)
June 30 - Two men who claim to be sexual abuse victims of Cardinal George Pell say they have been finally heard after years of being too fearful to report their allegations to police.

A ’momentous day’ as George Pell now has a case to answe (The Age, Melbourne)
June 30 – (Opinion: Joanne McCarthy ) The Catholic Church’s sexual abuse crisis was always going to peak at the Vatican.

Pope Francis faces worst ’crisis’ as shockwaves at Cardinal Pell charges spread around the world (news.com.au)
June 30 - THE sex abuse allegations made against Cardinal George Pell have plunged Pope Francis into the greatest crisis of his papacy, a Vatican watcher says.

George Pell – and the Catholic abuse scandal that is driving the faithful away (The Guardian, Australia)
June 30 – (Opinion: Catherine Pepinster) When the reforming Pope Francis set up an advisory council of cardinals soon after his election in 2013 and appointed, alongside his fellow liberals, the arch-conservative Cardinal George Pell, it caught the Catholic church by surprise.

George Pell profile: the pope’s Australian hardman faces the fight of his life (The Guardian, Australia)
June 30 – (Opinion: David Marr) A bright kid from an Australian bush town, George Pell kept his nose clean as he rose through the ranks to become chief of the Vatican’s finances.

George Pell: Vatican standing by their man, but how long will support last? (ABC News)  
June 30 - Shortly after 8:30am, George Pell walked into the Holy See press room and as the photographers snapped away, he pulled out a chair to sit down.

Cardinal George Pell: Charges of historical sex offences will define Vatican official’s legacy (Sydney Morning Herald)  
July 1 – (Opinion: Barney Zwartz) Five years ago, the news that Australia’s most famous Catholic, Cardinal George Pell, was to be charged with historical sex offences would have been like a tsunami inside the church.

Court delays add to Pell woes (The Australian)
July 1 - George Pell’s chances of returning to the Vatican will be affected by how long it takes for the charges to be heard.

George Pell charges push sex abuse scandal into heart of Vatican (The Guardian, Australia)
July 1 - It has been decades since the first details emerged of the systematic sexual abuse of children by Catholic priests.

Backers help Pell fund defence (The Australian)
July 2 - Supporters of George Pell have set up a fund to help the cardinal fight multiple, historical sexual abuse charges.

Doubts Pell can get fair trial (The Australian)
July 2 - Victoria’s legal system is built on the premise that jurors are impervious.

A test for the true believers (The Australian)
July 2 – (Opinion: Geraldine Doogue) It’s not an easy time for the Catholic Church after the charging of Cardinal Pell.

 

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

St Mary’s Cathedral Choir takes church music to the next level (Sydney Morning Herald)  
June 27 - St Mary’s Cathedral is mostly deserted on this Thursday morning.

Racism, religion, jihad and hijabs go under the microscope (The Australian)
July 1 – (Review)  I have sat through academic conferences that have provided less insight into the politics and sociology of violent extremism than I’ve gained from a viewing of Four Lions, Chris Morris’s dark satire about four bumbling suicide bombers.

 

CATHOLIC CHURCH

George Pell’s career in the Catholic Church (ABC News)  
June 29 - Cardinal George Pell has been one of most prominent and controversial figures in the Australian Catholic Church for decades.

Cardinal George Pell: His biggest controversies (news.com.au)
June 30 - CARDINAL George Pell has come under the microscope repeatedly amid a string of controversies during his time at the helm of the Catholic Church in Australia.

’It’s the end of the road for Pell’ (The Australian)
June 30 - Vatican insiders are already preparing to pension off George Pell, regardless of the ­outcome of any court case.

 

EDUCATION

School’s stolen generations lesson that traumatised children is criticised by parents (The Guardian, Australia)
June 29 - The peak body representing members of the stolen generations has recommended against “experiential learning” as a way to teach the history of forced removal of Indigenous children in Australia, after a Sydney primary school scared children to tears by pretending they were being taken away from their parents.

 

INTERNATIONAL STORIES

Catholic Church

China: Vatican gravely concerned for bishop ’forcibly removed’ from diocese (The Guardian, Australia)
June 27 - The Vatican has expressed “grave concern” for one of its bishops in China, saying he was being held in an unknown location after being “forcibly removed” from his diocese.

Sexual abuse survivors group raises pressure on Pope Francis following charges  (news.com.au)
June 30 - A GROUP of sexual abuse survivors has put pressure on Pope Francis to respond to the child sex abuse charges levelled against Australian Cardinal George Pell.

Pope replaces top rival in latest move to make church more inclusive (The Guardian, Australia)
July 2 - The Vatican has signalled a major shake-up of its administration, with Pope Francis replacing his top theologian, a conservative German cardinal who has been at odds with the pontiff’s vision of a more inclusive church.

Islam

India’s Muslims celebrate Eid in Old Delhi amid rising tensions with Hindu nationalists (ABC News)  
July 1 - Last weekend, with Ramadan drawing to a close, on a hot and humid evening some friends and I went into Old Delhi.

Religious Violence

Islamic State: The US volunteer saving civilian lives on the frontlines (ABC News)  
June 27 - The little girl had been hiding under her dead mother’s burka for two days.

Secret diaries reveal inner lives of Islamic State fighters in Mosul (news.com.au)
June 28 - SECRET diaries left behind by slain Islamic State militants provide a revealing picture of life inside the terrorist organisation and confirm the group has “chemical munitions” it is training to use.

Islamic State’s last stand in Mosul: ’they don’t make an exception for children’ (The Age, Melbourne)
June 29 - Mosul: Sana Abdul Amir leans in close to the shrouded figure on the bed, tears leaking from her eyes.

IS: How terror group is adapting to loss of Iraq, Syrian territories (news.com.au)
June 29 - ISLAMIC State has been dealt a massive blow after losing swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria, but the group remains as dangerous as ever as it evolves and makes inroads elsewhere.

Mosul: Iraq declares end of Islamic State caliphate after capture of Grand al-Nuri Mosque (ABC News)  
June 30 - After eight months of grinding urban warfare, Iraqi troops have captured the ruined mosque at the heart of Islamic State’s (IS) de facto capital Mosul, and the Prime Minister has declared the group’s self-styled caliphate at an end.

Also: Iraq’s prime minister declares end of Islamic State caliphate after recapture of iconic Mosul mosque (news.com.au)
June 30 - THE recapture of the Mosul mosque where Islamic State chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi made his only known public appearance marks the “end” of the jihadists’ state, Iraq’s prime minister has announced.

Man tries to drive into crowd outside French mosque (Brisbane Times)
June 30 - Paris: A man has been arrested after trying to drive a car into a crowd in front of a mosque in the Paris suburb of Creteil on Thursday, police said, adding that no one was injured.

ISIS enemy ’The Beheader’ claims to have killed 130 terrorists (news.com.au)
June 30 - A VENGEFUL Iraqi chillingly called the “The Beheader” after decapitating 50 IS fighters has told how easily he finds it to execute his enemies.

Thousands of Mosul civilians trapped in Isis territory as Iraqi forces close in (The Guardian, Australia)
July 1 - Hundreds of civilians fled Mosul’s Old City on Friday as Iraqi forces slowly squeezed the last pockets of Islamic State resistance, and the UN warned that the “intense and concentrated” fighting put innocent lives in even greater danger.

’I was sold seven times’: the Yazidi women welcomed back into the faith (The Guardian, Australia)
July 1 - No one wears shoes in Lalish.

Other

Dead heads: Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic ’skull cult’ (The Guardian, Australia)
June 29 - Fragments of carved bone unearthed at an ancient site on a Turkish hillside are evidence that the people who spent time there belonged to a neolithic “skull cult” – a group that embraces rituals around the heads of the dead.

Tourist found ’half eaten by lizard’ on Thai island was member of a ’cult’ (news.com.au)
July 1 - A BELGIUM backpacker reportedly found half eaten by lizards in paradise dubbed “Death Island” was living with a self-proclaimed guru in what has been described by some as a cult.

 

ISLAM

Inside NSW jails: Inmates trying to force religion, extreme ideologies onto others (ABC News)  
June 29 - Prisoners are attempting to forcibly convert their fellow inmates to religion against their will, internal Corrective Services documents show.

Why Islam was often former police officer Danny Mikati’s ’ace’ up his sleeve (Sydney Morning Herald)  
July 1 - Bankstown police officer Danny Mikati called a "Signal 1" – officer down or needing urgent help – only once in his career.

 

JUDAISM

Sydney synagogue prevented from sacking rabbi to close on Friday (Sydney Morning Herald)  
Jjune 30 - A Sydney synagogue whose administrators were prevented from sacking its rabbi because doing so would be inconsistent with orthodox Jewish law will close on Friday, the administrators have said.

 

POLITICS

Tony Abbott praises "fine man" Cardinal George Pell (Sydney Morning Herald)  
June 30 - Australia’s best-known Catholic politician, Tony Abbott, has defended the character of his long-standing friend, Cardinal George Pell.

Tony Abbott’s awkward interview about one of ’Australia’s greatest Churchmen’ George Pell (news.com.au)
June 30 - FORMER prime minister Tony Abbott’s seriously awkward interview surrounding his meeting with “mentor” Cardinal George Pell has resurfaced today.

 

RELIGION & SOCIETY

Census results: Australians are older, ethnically diverse and losing their religion (ABC News)  
June 27 - Australia is older, more ethnically diverse and less religious than ever before, according to the 2016 census results released today.

Also: The message in the Census: End Australia’s Christian bias (Sydney Morning Herald)  
June 27 – (Opinion: Tosca Lloyd ) To those advocating for a more secular Australia, Tuesday’s release of the 2016 census results is hardly a revelation

Also: ’No religion’ tops religion question in Census (news.com.au)
June 27 - DESPITE a scare campaign about Australia becoming a “Muslim country”, those ticking “no religion” in the Census has now overtaken the number of Catholics.

Also: Christianity on the wane in Australia, but Pentecostal church bucks trend (The Guardian, Australia)
June 27 - As the number of Australians who identify as Christian has declined since 2011, one church has notably bucked the trend.

Also: Australian census: religious affiliation falls as population changes rapidly (The Guardian, Australia)
June 27 - Australia’s rapidly-changing population is more godless, more Asian and far less likely to own a home outright, the results of the 2016 census show.

Also: Single, atheist and making money: How Brisbane compares (Brisbane Times)
June 28 - Queensland is often described as a tale of two states - Brisbane and the rest of the state.

Also: The census shows there’s a gap in the spirituality market. Is yoga filling it? (The Guardian, Australia)
June 29 – (Opinion: Brigid Delaney) In my local yoga studio is a flyer for a program that is rapidly filling up: six weeks of daily yoga, meditation, journaling and weekly meetings that are part tutorial on mindfulness and part group therapy.

Also: The nation goes godless (The Australian)
July 1 – (Opinion: Bernard Salt) Christianity has lost a huge chunk of followers in a generation.

Church and states braced for biggest battle on euthanasia (The Guardian, Australia)
June 27 - The American state of Oregon has allowed doctors to prescribe lethal drugs for terminally ill patients for almost 20 years, and local doctor William Toffler is in Australia to tell Australians it has been a disaster.

Australia’s angels of death: The women changing how we enter the afterlife (news.com.au)
June 28 - VICTORIA Spence is pale, elegant and carefully spoken — just what you might expect from a “death doula”.

Destruction of Mosul’s Great Mosque holds a heritage lesson for Australia (The Guardian, Australia)
July 1 - The senseless destruction of the Great Mosque of al-Nuri in Mosul last week is not only a monumental loss for the people of Iraq but for all humanity.

WA church successfully sued for woman losing leg at go karting event (WAToday.com.au)
July 1 - A WA woman who lost her leg during a make-shift go karting activity set up in her church’s car park has successfully sued for damages.

If Facebook were a religion, it would be the second largest in the world (Brisbane Times)
July 2 – (Opinion: Christopher Ingraham ) Facebook announced this week that 2 billion people - more than one quarter of the world’s population - are now active users of the social network Mark Zuckerberg started in his dorm room 13 years ago.

 


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