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Vatican adviser Professor John Haldane (above) of St Andrews University calls on Church to lead the way on new Europe.

Pioneer Pilgrims‘ re-open ancient route from Edinburgh to St Andrews, led by Cardinal Keith O’Brien.

150-year-old Bible worth £1000 found lying on Edinburgh bench.

Church in Ireland is not aware of any plans by Pope Benedict XVI to visit Ireland, a spokeswoman for the Catholic bishops has said.


Bishop Muller is the new prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith.

Vatican condemns attacks on churches in Kenya: “Acts terrible and disturbing.”

The Vatican has announced that the Pope has removed Archbishop Robert Bezak from his post as head of the Archdiocese of Trnava, Slovakia.

A Catholic group from Rome was invited to North Korea to deliver 25 tonnes of food aid, in a rare move for the reclusive socialist republic.

US College Theology Society calls for dialogue with bishops.


Justin Bieber graduates from St Michael Catholic Secondary School in Ontario, Canada.

-Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog


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