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The Suda also ascribes to him a work on the sphere (in Greek περi σφαίρας), a fragment of which professing to be an introduction to the Phaenomena of Aratus may still be extant.
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“I was more hopeful a few years ago than I was now, because I’ve seen close up how difficult it is to get change,” Collins said.

“It can’t all be laid at the feet of Pope Francis.” Defenders of Francis say he has held priests accountable, including as recently as last month, when he defrocked, or ejected from the priesthood, an Italian man, Mauro Inzoli, who was convicted of child sex abuse in an Italian court. Still, perhaps emblematic of Francis’s record, the decision came only after he had reversed a previous move by Pope Benedict XVI to defrock the priest.

"There would be an economic benefit from increased expenditure on weddings, honeymoons, and the potential improved image of Australia as a more tolerant and progressive country." RBA trims Australia's growth outlook Australia's Marriage Act currently specifies marriage must be heterosexual, although some states allow same-sex partnerships, which provide access to some, but not all, of the government services available to heterosexual couples.

ANZ estimates the additional expenditure on related to weddings alone would be at least 500 million-550 million Australian dollars (4 million-9 million) in just the first year, assuming that half of the current same-sex couples marry within 12 months of legalization.

“Francis has done some very important things,” said Emiliano Fittipaldi, a journalist who has written about abuse.

[Pell grilled last year about “absolutely scandalous” abuse over the decades] “There are so many families that have lost a parent and brothers and sisters. Critics said they were unsure whether any changes will take hold.Pell, Australia’s most senior Catholic prelate, has faced questions for years about his role in the Australian church’s staggering scale of sexual abuse. He is scheduled to appear before a Melbourne court on July 18.The Vatican, meanwhile, said that it learned of the charges “with regret” and that Francis appreciated the cardinal’s honesty and commitment during his three years in the Holy See.Pell’s decision to face charges in Australia was seen as another positive signal by some Vatican watchers.“These facts pertain to abuses that have been too long underestimated by the church’s mentality, and it’s only fair that they should not be downplayed,” said Andrea Tornielli, a Vatican journalist who has co-written a book with Francis.“Given the decades, maybe the centuries, they have known about these child sex crimes and have done so very, very little to make changes, I don’t see them changing,” said Barbara Dorris, the managing director of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests (SNAP), an organization for victims.