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Cross Wires: Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic news from home and abroad

Suspects in murder of Sr Valsa John (above) in India held by police.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols ‘disappointed’ at Government over same-sex ‘marriage.’

National Justice and Peace Network responds to economic crisis.

Pope Benedict XVI accepts US Cardinal Bernard Law‘s resignation.

“The young people are again at the centre of the protest,” says a missionary from Cairo, Egypt, where in the clashes at least 20 people have died.

Bishop Bill Murray of Kerry has criticised the decision to close the Irish Embassy to the Vatican.

Papal nuncio Archbishop Antonio Mennini on three day Liverpool visit.

The Vatican aims for a 2013 Venice Biennale Pavilion — with a possible Genesis theme.

Vatican team aims stop structures that risk denaturing modern places for Catholic worship, said a report on Vatican Insider. It will also be in charge of music and singing in the liturgy.

-Cross Wires is the Scottish Catholic Observer blog

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