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Cross Wires: Thursday headlines

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Lebanon prepares for Pope Benedict’s (above) visit, which begins tomorrow in the shadow of the Syrian civil war.

Brighton councilor expelled from Green party over opposition to same sex ‘marriage’.

Vatican condemns killing of American diplomats in Libya.

Cardinal Bertone warns new bishops they will face criticism.

BBC broadcaster says the corporation is ‘suicidally’ ignorant about religion.

A Church sponsored conference on religious freedom took place in Washington DC yesterday.

 

 

-Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog.

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