Cross Wires: Friday headlines
Breaking Catholic news from home and abroad
SNP Government is to consult on ‘gay marriage’ ’later this year’ but a spokesman for the Catholic Church in Scotland has criticised calls for marriage to be fundamentally redefined.
A tribute to Polish Catholic poet Czesław Miłosz, takes place at the Edinburgh Bookfest on Thursday August 18, as part of the Legends of Modern Literature series.
Elementary school children from Japan have promised Pope Benedict XVI they ‘would never give up’ in the face of adversity after the Fukushima nuclear tragedy.
A priceless portrait of Jesus said to have been blessed by Pope Leo XIII stolen 150 years ago has been found after a petty thief tried to sell it to a church in the US.
Sixty artists for 60 years of Pope Benedict’s priesthood. http://www.theartnewspaper.com/articles/Sixty-artists-for-60-years-of-Pope-Benedict’s-priesthood/24401
Christians yet to see benefits of Egypt’s revolution.
Guilt shortage dooms reform of the reform, says Eugene Cullen Kennedy.
Former Popemobile goes on sale for $350,000 in California.
-Cross Wires is the Scottish Catholic Observer blog