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Northern Irish political leaders have urged prayers for the seriously ill Rev Ian Paisely (above).

Participants in abuse prevention conference at Vatican take part in penitential liturgy.

Papal trip to Lebanon this year still being considered.

NATIONAL

Former Coventry priest convicted of sexual abusing young boys.

Charles Dickens to be celebrated at Westminster Abbey.

Christian campaign launched to protect children from pornography.

INTERNATIONAL

Reluctant Maltese Cardinal-elect hopes to continue normal life.

New leader of Spain’s socialists wants to penalise Catholic Church.

California bishop condemns judicial ruling that strikes down anti same-sex ‘marriage’ law.

Devout Catholic scores three victories in quest to be US Republican party nominee for president.

-Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog

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