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>> Are you concerned about going to jail?>> He's the most senior Catholic cleric in the world to be found guilty of concealing child sexual abuse. On Tuesday, an Australian court ordered former Archbishop Phillip Wilson could serve his 12-month sentence at home. The court spared Wilson time in jail due to health issues, including heart disease.
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But the sentence who was not enough for some abuse survivors, who pressed Wilson for an apology outside the court.>> Will you say sorry? Somebody in the Catholic Church say sorry to people like me and others. Where is the contrition from Archbishop, former Archbishop Wilson? His Grace, as somebody just said upstairs, has shown no grace.
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>> The court in Newcastle on Australia's East Coast, said Wilson's sentence would begin Tuesday and he would eligible for parole in February next year. Australian television said Wilson would be serving the sentence at the home of a family member. Wilson says he plans to appeal against the conviction for failing to tell police about abuse by a fellow priest, Father James Fletcher in the 1970s.
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Wilson resigned as the Adelaide Archbishop in July, two months after being convicted. He wanted to hold onto his job until an appeal was completed, but came under pressure from Australia's Prime Minister who publicly called on the Pope to fire Wilson.