“My dearly beloved daughter, how My Heart is breaking because of the plight of My sacred servants and the difficult trials which they will have to face because of My enemies. My most esteemed Bishop will be the subject of a terrible miscarriage of Justice. Then, when he has been demonized, many of My sacred servants will be taken to task, should they dare to utter grievances against the new laws, which are not of Me and which they will have to witness being introduced into My Churches.” (April 10, 2014 @ 5:22pm).
Read the complete prophecy at: https://missionofsalvation.wordpress.com/message-1096/
Do you know why he is being persecuted?
Defender of Church Doctrine:
An article on Friday, April 22, 2016 stated:
- “There was puzzlement in Rome about the appointment of Cardinal Pell to the Curia. The most credible explanation seems that Pope Francis thus, made the same attempt as that made by the Pope John Paul II with Walter Kasper: Push back his influence in the home country by transportation and involve him in the papal agenda. But the Australian cardinal moved to Rome not of his convictions and proved in the Synod of Bishops as very staunch defender of Catholic marriage and morality. At the Synod in 2014, he continued his defense against the Kasper theses, although his microphone had been turned off by the Synod against the rules of procedure” See the article at: http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com.au/2016/04/shot-across-bow-for-cardinal-pell-non.html
- In an interview reported in Catholic World Report on 20 Oct. 2015, Australia’s Cardinal Pell stated that, in a universal church, doctrine does not change from one country to the next . “You cannot have two people in the same situation with the same dispositions; one goes to Communion and it (is) a sacrilege and in the country next-door it is a cause of grace,” …“‘Catholic’ means ‘universal,’ not ‘continental,’” he said.”
He stood up against manipulation at the Synod.
- He thumped his fist on the table (after they disconnected his microphone) and boomed “Stop manipulating this Synod!”
- He was one of the 13 cardinals who wrote a letter to PF respectfully questioning proceedings. Cardinal Pell was the one who presented the letter to the pf. Read here about the pf’s reaction. See
“The 13 Cardinals’ Letter is the most powerful accusation made … against any other pontificate” by Remnant Clergy 18 Oct. 2015
- When critics started condemning the 4 cardinals and their Dubia , Cardinal Pell said: “How can it be wrong to ask a question?”
- He has spoke against liberal interpretations of Amoris Laetoitia . He is a staunch defender of The Faith and marriage.
- He tried to reform Vatican finances as instructed and was strangely curtailed.
- He was removed (along with Card Burke and other faithful clergy) from the Vatican’s Congregation for Divine Worship, the body in charge of liturgical questions. See: http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=29774
- He is not anti-traditional either, as far as celebrating Mass. In the Sydney diocese, he performed Confirmations for the Traditional Latin Mass community.
Courage and integrity stand out in his character.
When he was Archbishop of Melbourne, he wanted to reform the Religious Education curriculum in Catholic schools. He was told that if he did this, they (the whole board) would resign. He told them to go ahead then- and they did!
Years ago, in the Sydney Diocese, he made headlines in the newspaper because he refused to give Communion to a practising homosexual.
In his defence:
(From Special to Crux April 26, 2016)
“…Robert Hennesy-Hawks, 74, now retired and living in the Australian state of Queensland, was a financial adviser in Ballarat at the time Pell was a priest there, and vigorously defended him.
“As someone who was actually in Ballarat at the same time as Cardinal George Pell, distinct from many outspoken critics, the assertion that he ‘must have known what was going on’ is dubious,” Hawks has written.
“During this period I was running a business in Ballarat and in contact with a large number of businesses, families, and most legal and accounting firms in Ballarat and surrounding areas,” Hawks said. “I had five children in the Catholic School system… and I was also serving as a Justice of the Peace, with a particular involvement with the child protection authority.”
“Yet at no time was my wife or I or our children or to the best of our knowledge our friends, aware of the slightest rumour of child sexual abuse in the Ballarat area,” he said.
Hennesy-Hawks also rejected the idea that Pell should have taken action in the case of a notorious abuser priest named Gerald Ridsdale, who served in Ballarat.
“Pell at that time was a 28-year-old junior priest, recently returned from studying at Oxford University, not involved in parish duties, but completely immersed in his very demanding role at Aquinas College, as it transformed from a Catholic Teachers College to a University,” Hennesy-Hawks said.
He insisted that later as an archbishop, Pell did take action “as soon as he had the power and authority to do so.”
Andrew Bolt, an agnostic political commentator on radio and television who recently did a one-hour interview with Pell on Sky News, declared himself appalled at the way the Royal Commission seemed to presume Pell’s guilt.
In another piece, Bolt called Pell “the victim of one of the most vicious witch hunts to disgrace this country,” describing the process as “shameful, disgusting, and frightening.”
Kenneth Wiltshire, a professor of public administration at the University of Queensland Business School, suggested that going after Pell now for things that allegedly occurred fifty years ago is legally dubious, in a letter that he wrote to The Australian newspaper, on March 5.
“Expecting witnesses to answer in detail for events that occurred half a century ago is jeopardous, even when there is access to diaries and other records,” he wrote.
“In this context, it seems grossly unfair for counsel to challenge recollections of events as if they occurred yesterday,” he wrote, “demanding to know what words were used in a particular conversation on a particular day decades ago, or to imply that failure to remember is a failure to assist the commission.”
Anne Lastman, a columnist for the Australian journals of current affairs News Weekly, suggested Pell is being turned into a “scapegoat.”
“As we watched the proceedings from Rome, it became obvious that truth was not the goal, but a mere side-issue,” she wrote….”
On Jun 29, 2017, Phil Lawler wrote:
(Phil Lawler has been a Catholic journalist for more than 30 years. He has edited several Catholic magazines and written eight books. Founder of Catholic World News, he is the news director and lead analyst at CatholicCulture.org)
“The trial-by-media has already concluded. Public opinon, which does not concern itself with the niceties of the legal process, has already reached a verdict. The cardinal has been found guilty, before he even made his defense—indeed, before the actual charges were made public….
The very public trial of Cardinal Pell is a frightening spectacle, a reminder of how difficult it is to preserve the rights of someone who is accused of a heinous crime, and how easy it is for rumors to ruin a reputation. Let’s pray for a prompt, fair hearing and a clear, just result.” See his complete article at: https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/the-city-gates.cfm?id=1470
Pell is a danger to modernist evil plans. Even if he goes free (which he won’t) his name will have been irreparably slandered. He will suffer for The Lord’s sake.
Pray for him to be consoled by Jesus Christ in this, to have courage and not lose faith or hope. Pray through St. Gerard Majella- especially for his false accusers.
We stand with you Cardinal Pell. This sad and wrongful accusation has been prophesied. We believe your innocence and we pray for you!
(Post is a joint effort between Donna Liane and Remnant Survivor)