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5-CARDINAL-NICHOLS

Cross Wires Thursday headlines

May 28th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

World needs 'charism of Catholic universities,' Cardinal Nichols (above) says at ceremony to install him as St Mary's chancellor. Cardinal Nichols: "St Augustine of Canterbury is a fine patron for communications." Holy See: Authentic communication a human achievement. Lord Patten outlines recommendations for Vatican media. Nun speaks about ISIS attacks at US Congressional hearing. (Video). Priests return to beleaguered Nigerian diocese. South Sudan: Christian leaders see 'no moral justification' for continued violence. Dublin Catholic housing agency has refused to allow single or widowed residents to put double beds in their state-funded apartments. COMMENT Cardinal Wuerl reflects on Catholic identity in public square. AND FINALLY California ... continue reading.
47-SCOTTISH-PARLIAMENT

Cross Wires Wednesday headlines

May 27th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

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41-CARDINAL-TURKSON

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May 26th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

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JUNE-3-ARCHBISHOP-MARTIN

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6-CARDINAL-GEORGE-PELL

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10-Mother-Teresa

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May 20th, 2015 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

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  • Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow celebrated the Neophytes Mass in St Andrew’s Cathedral on Sunday.
  • Ian Dunn tells of the joys of taking part in the SCIAF cycle pilgrimage, and of being SCO deputy editor.
  • Parishioners at St Margaret Mary’s in Castlemilk have erected a cross in the parish grounds having raised money for their cause with a walking pilgrimage.
  • In this, the month of Mary, Deacon Henry McKenna explains the multi-faceted role Our Lady has in the Church.
  • Comment and analysis of the same-sex marriage referendum in Ireland.

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