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Cross Wires: Monday headlines

The latest Catholic news.

Pope Benedict XVI makes Peace Sunday appeal to world.

Cardinal Ravasi (above) will lead Lent spiritual exercises for Pope and Curia. (Video)

Irish rally to preserve pro-life legacy.

Caritas Lebanon director speaks on Syrian refugees.

Denver’s Archbishop prays at US cinema reopening after July massacre.

Origins, meaning of week of prayer for Christian unity traced to US priest. (Video).

Vatican’s Ecclesia Dei extends a hand to the SSPX to resume talks in an eight-page letter.

AND FINALLY

Irish Catholic priest Fr Tony Flannery has claimed he has been threatened with excommunication for suggesting that women might become priests in the future.

 

-Cross Wires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog. Follow breaking news from the SCO through the day on twitter at SCO_NEWS.

 

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