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Cross Wires – Tuesday Headlines

The latest Catholic news from Scotland and around the world.

TOP STORIES

Scottish transport police to be taught about sectarian songs.

Christianity remains world’s largest religion.

Pope Benedict tells children to tell their friends they have found Jesus.

INTERNATIONAL

American Nun who authorised an abortion reinstated by Sisters of Mercy.

Pakistani’s fear for the life of Christian accused of blasphemy.

Catholic relief agencies arrive in flood hit Philippines.

Dutch bishops promise justice for abuse victims.

Iraqi Archbishop dedicates monument to ‘Christian martyrs’ since US invasion.

– Cross wires is a Scottish Catholic Observer blog

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