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Cross Wires: Tuesday headlines

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Cardinal Keith O’Brien: I am right to attack same-sex ‘marriage’ ‘aberration.’

Redefining marriage to include homosexuals would be a ‘profoundly radical step’ stripping it of its ‘distinctive nature,’ Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster (above), will say this Sunday in letter to Catholics.

Labour leader Ed Miliband gives his backing to same-sex ‘marriage.’

Archbishop Peter Smith of Southwark: ‘Love is at heart of New Evangelisation.’

Vatican newspaper pays tribute to English architect Pugin.

Replacing Trident makes no sense, Centreforum argues.

Mexican journalist praises Holy Father for targeting Church crises.

At future WYD site, cardinal calls youth key to New Evangelisation.


Gay ‘marriage’: The law cannot be used to push cultural change.

After Fukushima, Vatican joins growing number of opponents of nuclear power.

– Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog.

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