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Cross Wires: Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic news from home and abroad

Holyrood’s justice committee to probe anti-sectarianism bill.


Plea for calm as rioters clash in Short Strand, Belfast. The rioters were said to be attacking nationalist homes and St Matthew’s Church on Bryson Street.


New Archbishop of Cardiff, George Stack, is installed.


Brentwood welcomes seven new Ordinariate priests.


UN to get Vatican report on Church treatment of children.


Seminarians want to be ‘part of the solution’ in addressing abuse issue.


The 84th Meeting of the Reunion of Aid Agencies for the Oriental Churches (ROACO) began today in the Vatican.


Hungary has condemned an attack on a Catholic theological institute in neighbouring Romania that left its ethnic Hungarian rector briefly unconsciousness.



Celtic fan George Galloway said he wanted to focus on the ‘anti-Catholic and anti-Irish bigotry’ in Scotland by telling Neil Lennon’s story in new book.


—Cross Wires is the Scottish Catholic Observer newspaper’s blog

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