Cardinal George Pell will have to stand trial on at least three charges of sexual abuse. Magistrate Belinda Wallington gave her decision Tuesday morning after concluding in her view there exists sufficient evidence to proceed with the trial. Cardinal Pell, 76, is the highest ranking prelate in the Australian Catholic Church. The court heard up to 50 witnesses in the case on allegations that occurred decades ago. The specific nature of the accusations has not been revealed. It is not known when the actual trial will begin since two hearings are pending. Cardinal Pell has consistently and emphatically denied all allegations.