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Cross Wires: Monday headlines

The latest Catholic news from home and abroad

Do not forget your guardian angel, Pope Benedict XVI says.

Scotland’s anti-sectarian bill breaches civil rights, Labour MP Tom Harris (above) tells MSPs.

Irish Tanaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore plays down suggestion of long-term damage in the Government’s relationship with the Vatican.

The prison adviser for the Catholic Bishops of England and Wales has accused those in the Church of failing as a faith community to stand alongside those in prison.

A report has revealed substantial problems in the way new media communications platforms treat religion.

Catholics in Poland celebrate what they see as a miraculous Communion wafer.

JPII Games: Israelis and Palestinians compete together for peace. (Video).

Dead wrong: Catholics must no longer support capital punishment.

The Vatican Gregorian Egyptian Museum will reopen again today.

-Cross Wires is the Scottish Catholic Observer blog

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