Cardinal George Pell, who was convicted and then acquitted of sexual abuse in his native Australia, reflects on the nature of suffering, Pope Francis’s papacy and the humiliations of solitary confinement in his jailhouse memoir, Prison Journal, which recounts the first five months of Pell’s 404 days in solitary lockup.
Pell diary describes suffering, solitary confinement
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