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Cross Wires: Thursday headlines

The latest Catholic news.

Pope Benedict XVI: The face of God revealed in Christ. (Full general audience text).

Holy Father calls for prayer to bring Christian unity ahead of Week for Christian Unity, which starts tomorrow. (Video).

Join the Knights of St Columba in Glasgow this weekend in battle against bids to legalise euthanasia.

Vatican official Archbishop Dominique Mamberti fears ‘moral relativism‘ becoming European legal norm.

The Congregation for Divine Worship and the Sacraments is preparing a booklet to help priests celebrate the Mass properly.

Pakistan: Court ends blasphemy case against Christian young girl.

US flu epidemic prompts some churches to stop offering Communion chalice.

Three years after the earthquake in Haiti, the Redemptorist reorganise Popular Missions.

A former Taiwan ambassador to the Holy See has said that it would be difficult for the Vatican to hold dialogue with China.

AND FINALLY

Vatican official: Lance Armstrong‘s misdeeds reflect ‘rotten’ cycling world.

 

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