Cardinal George Pell, of Sydney, must know better than almost anyone else in the Catholic Church about the problem of sex abuse. He helped set up a rigorous system to deal with it in Australia. Then he himself was falsely accused. He stepped aside as Archbishop of Melbourne until he was completely exonerated by an independent judge. In this video he reflects on the controversy surrounding Pope Benedict. 

Michael Cook

Michael Cook is the editor of MercatorNet. He lives in Sydney, Australia.