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Cross Wires: Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic news and views

The controversial ‘death pathway’ has come under renewed attack from British medical professionals, including Nora McCarthy of the Catholic Nurses Association.

Vatican adviser Professor John Haldane, of St Andrews University, calls for married priests to help save Church ‘tainted by scandal.’

Archbishop Chaput links new saints with New Evangelisation.

Flood cleanup efforts begin at Lourdes shrine. (Video).

Vatican ambassador at first Mass held in Iraq monastery in 1500 years.

About half of pupils in schools managed by the multi-denominational group Educate Together in Ireland are Catholic but Catholic schools are still dominated by Catholic pupils.

Former Irish president launches book on canon law and laity.


How Catholics could decide the US presidential election.

Paying the price of Faith: Muhammad Fadel-Ali becomes Joseph Fadelle.


Concert on October 28 to mark 100 days of peaceful events.

New video celebrates marriage.

-Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog.


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