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Cross Wires: Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic news from Scotland and abroad

The Labour Party has put forward a package of measures to tackle sectarianism in Scotland ahead of final vote on SNP’s  Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications Bill.

Pope Benedict XVI says late Cardinal John P Foley should inspire use of media to spread Gospel.

Holy Father celebrates Mass for the bicentennial of independence in Latin America (video).

Pope Benedict XVI says he will visit Cuba, Mexico before Easter.

Cubans honor Catholic patron Virgin of Charity of Cobre ahead of Papal visit.

Celebrations in Mexico, El Salvador and New York City for the Virgin of Guadalupe (Photo diary).

Pope Benedict XVI offers his support to an Italian elementary school teacher suspended for showing graphic images of the apocalypse to her students.

US Catholic bishops: Don’t treat illegal immigrants as criminals.

Path to sainthood cleared for Blessed Marianne Cope.


Carmelite Third Order receives record number of new members.

-Cross Wires is the Scottish Catholic Observer blog.

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