Cross Wires: Monday headlines
The latest Catholic and ecumenical news.
Jesus is reminding us that being a prophet is not easy, even among those close to us, Pope Benedict XVI said during Angelus.
New Archbishop of Canterbury to warn UK PM David Cameron (above) about marriage law changes on his first day on the job.
PM David Cameron urged to delay delay same-sex ‘marriage’ vote.
A Welsh school is losing its fourth headteacher in four years – sparking concerns among parents.
Pope Benedict XVI has appointed several new cardinals created in last year’s consistory to appointments in several Vatican dicasteries.
Vatican shoots down claim that Iran backed Pope John Paul II assassination attempt.
New Vatican vocations booklet mobilises spiritual support.
US cardinal relieved of public duties for past failure to protect children.
As Scotland prepares to celebrate David Livingstone’s bicentenary, the great, great niece of the man follows in the famous adventurer’s footsteps through Malawi.
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