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4-POPE-ON-DEATH-PENALTY

Cross Wires Sunday headlines

April 19th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Pope Francis appeals to the world to act to avoid more tragedies of migrants. Regina Coeli: On being witnesses to the Risen Christ. Pope makes a date to see Turin shroud as it goes back on public display. Cardinal Francis George dies at 78. Top English school cleared of discriminating against poor and non-Catholic children when selecting pupils. Catholic priests flock to Prior Park College in Bath for lessons in Latin. Pope Francis: ‘human trafficking is a plague on humanity.’ Will human trafficking make the list of sustainable development goals? —Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog. Follow breaking news from the SCO through ... continue reading.
4-BRING-BACK-GIRLS-NIGERIA

Cross Wires Thursday headlines

April 16th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

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5-CARDINAL-NICHOLS

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4-POPE-ON-SLAVERY

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    Bishop John Keenan celebrates Divine Mercy, Holy Hour and Mass at
    St Mirin’s Cathedral Paisley.
  • ‘Dinnae gie in.’ Monthly Mass hopes to further Beatification aim for the Venerable Margaret Sinclair.
  • Scottish Youth Group member Peter Diamond explains the joy encountered by him and his fellow young Catholics in assisting disabled and disadvantaged children on HCPT pilgrimages to Lourdes.
  • St Joseph’s Church in Broomhouse Edinburgh celebrates 65th anniversary.
  • Dr Harry Schnitker continues his series looking at Ecclesial Movements and New Communities by shining a light on the history of Schoenstatt.

 

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