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Cross Wires: Monday headlines

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Kenya church attacks ‘kill 15′ in Garissa.

Pope Benedict XVI’s Sunday Angelus: Jesus came to heal people’s hearts.

Pope has appointed the president delegates who will attend the synod of bishops assembly on New Evangelisation.

Holy Father to visit Loreto in October.

‘Schism is not the answer,’ says Archbishop DiNoia of the Ecclesia Dei on the challenges of the Rome-SSPX talks.

Archbishop Fulton Sheen’s beatification could come ‘very quickly.’


International conference of general secretaries bishops’ conferences in Edinburgh – ‘a meeting that matters’- ends today.

Care Not Killing– in association with CARE and Right to Life – has organised a rally tomorrow in Westminster to promote better palliative care and oppose the legalisation of assisted suicide and euthanasia.

The Eucharist – source of every Christian Cardinal Sean Brady: Community, Testimony, Mission-Cardinal Sean Brady speaks at the opening Mass of the European Vocations Service Meeting.

Ireland: celebrations mark Feast of St Oliver Plunkett.

Mgr Robert McDonald‘s 60th anniversary in Aberdeen Diocese, ‘competing with the Queen!


Free film making course on offer this summer! Contact the Conforti Institute direct for more info.

-Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog



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