Here are some highlights, taken from a review by Michael Potemra:
Cardinal Pell was asked whether atheists can go to Heaven, and responded, “Certainly, certainly!”
And there was an interesting exchange between the panelists on the existence of Adam and Eve. Cardinal Pell expressed the view that they were not historical individuals, but mythological figures in a story designed to communicate religious truth. To which Dawkins responded, If they didn’t really, historically, exist, where did Original Sin come from?
Bam boom! Dawkins slams Pell to the floor. It's almost a joy to behold, except that it's the athiest who brandishes the true doctrine. The real losers, though, are Dawkins and his followers who once again receive heresy instead of truth from a bishop.
The highlighted parts above embody Pell's heresies. That one can be saved without faith is condemned at Vatican Council I. That we must profess Adam as our first parent, that he sinned, and thereby passed Original Sin to us, is clearly proclaimed by Pope Pius XII.
Pray the Rosary for an end to heresy, especially the scourge of evolution.