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Cross Wires Thursday breaking news

January 29th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Faith leaders urge David Cameron (above) to do more for Syrian refugees. MSP Claire Adamson pledges support to ACN solidarity campaign. Beatification cause for Focolare founder Chiara Lubich opens. Pope says new archbishops will receive pallium in own archdiocese. Eastern Patriarchs call for help for refugees, end to terrorism. Indian bishops ask Faithful to be steadfast in face of aggression. Niger bishops appeal to Muslims after Churches attacked. Iraqi priests work to save ancient Christian writings from Islamic State. —Cross Wires is The ... continue reading.

Cross Wires Wednesday headlines

January 28th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

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Cross Wires Tuesday breaking news

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Cross Wires Sunday breaking news

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Cross Wires Wednesday breaking news

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Pope Francis reacts to questions about US papal visit during news conference aboard his flight from Manila, Philippines, to Rome

Cross Wires: Tuesday headlines

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Cross Wires: Sunday headlines

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  • Souvenir section marking SCIAF’s 50th jubilee with comments from Scotland’s bishops, SCIAF current and former staff, volunteers and partners on the vital work of the Catholic charity.
  • Scottish pupils and teachers mourn for Malawian bishop who died in car crash.
  • Scottish schools mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
  • A packed St Aloysius Church in Glasgow was the venue for a musical Celtic Mass as part of the Celtic Connections Festival.
  • Nationalist MSP Clare Adamson declares her support for persecuted Christians.

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