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1-POPE-FRANCIS-SOLEMN

Cross Wires: Thursday breaking news

September 18th, 2014 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

Pope Francis is at risk of an assassination attempt by the Islamic extremists, Vatican is warned ahead of his first visit to a Muslim-majority country this weekend. Bishop John Keenan of Paisley on independence referendum: ‘Everyone highly nervous’ in Scotland. The Council of Cardinals weighs creation of two new Vatican congregations. Commission on protecting minors to hold next meeting in early October, new Commission on Vatican media reform to hold first meeting next week. Four kilos of cocaine found in Vatican librarian's car. Report: The exile of  Conservative Catholic hero Cardinal Raymond Burke. COMMENT Cristina Odone: Battle for independence is replaying the struggles of ... continue reading.
Pope prays as he leads vigil for peace in Syria

Cross Wires: Wednesday breaking news

September 17th, 2014 | comments icon 0 COMMENTS

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1-POPE-CASTEL-GANDOLFO

Cross Wires: Tuesday breaking news

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4-POPE-FRANCIS-ANGELUS

Cross Wires: Sunday breaking news

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3-BURUNDI-SISTERS

Cross Wires: Thursday breaking news

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1A-ARCHBISHOP TARTAGLIA

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13-MGR-EAMON-MARTIN

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  • Emeritus Professor Sir Tom Devine bears witness to a silent revolution in Scotland.
  • Kevin McKenna on reconciliation after September 18: Politics can help us change things but we only through Jesus can peace prevail.
  • Bishop Noel Treanor’s reaction to the death of former Northern Ireland first minister Ian Paisley.
  • A champion musician from St Ninian’s High, Giffnock, is to perform during An Afternoon with Our Lady at Blessed John Duns Scotus, Gorbals, on Sunday September 21.
  • The congregation of Our Lady of Consolation, Govanhill, were joined with Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow in saying goodbye to their church of 43 years.

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