Cardinal Pell Prison Journal Digital Subscription

Volume 3 in weekly installments

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An exclusive pre-release of Volume 3 of Cardinal Pell's extraordinary testimony to strength, perseverance, love, and grace is available through weekly digital installments by a special subscription. For just $5 a month (plus tax, if applicable) you will receive volume 3 in weekly ebook file installments to your email. 18 total weekly installments, plus as a bonus, a free copy of Volume 3 ebook when it is completed.

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That final verdict came after Cardinal George Pell endured a grueling five years of accusations, trials, conviction, humiliation, character assassination, and finally more than a year of imprisonment, having been convicted by an Australian appellate court for a crime he didn't commit.  

Immediately led off to jail in handcuffs and with shackles binding his ankles following that trial on March 13, 2019, the 78-year old Australian prelate began what was to be a six-year imprisonment for "historical sex abuse". After Cardinal Pell endured more than 13 months in prison, eight of those in solitary confinement, the Australian High Court voted 7-0 to overturn his original conviction. His victory over an extreme travesty of justice was not just personal, but one for the entire Catholic Church.

Bearing no ill will toward his accuser, judges, prison workers, journalists, and those harboring and expressing hate for him, the Cardinal used his time in prison as a kind of "extended retreat".  He eloquently filled pages with spiritual insights, his daily activities, personal thoughts, love for his fellow man, and beautiful, moving prayers, among other details.