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Cross Wires: Wednesday headlines

The latest Catholic news from around the globe.


God must be the centre of our lives, Pope Francis says at general audience this morning.

Pope Francis urges Catholics to resist gossip (above).

Pope to visit Rome centre for undocumented refugees.

Vatican conference aims to advance understanding of adult stem cell research.

British ambassador to Vatican says Margaret Thatcher and the Blessed John Paul II will be remembered for their role in ending Communism.


Head of Korean Bishop’s Conference says North Koreans recent bellicosity may be a ploy to get more aid.

Canada’s bishops issue call to action on the environment.

Coptic Pope condemns Egypt’s president’s failure to protect Christians.

Cardinal of Bogota backs million strong march for peace in Columbia.

Archbishop of Detroit says supporters of same-sex ‘marriage’ must not receive Holy Communion.

—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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