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Cross Wires: Wednesday breaking news

The latest Catholic news from Scotland and beyond.

SCOTLAND AND UK

Inverness priest joins opposition to Highland’s first lap dancing club.

London Catholic primary school allows homosexual rights advocacy group Stonewall to talk to staff.

Man knocked down by drink driving Welsh priest receives £10 million compensation package.

VATICAN

Pope warns that Satan tricks people into evil.

Cardinal Schonborn (above) claims Pope Francis’ election as Pope was influenced by supernatural signs.

Vatican to open pavilion at major Venice art exhibition.

Vatican Bank to start publishing its balance sheets online.

INTERNATIONAL

South African bishop warns of violence in platinum mines.

Brazil may be the next country to legalise same-sex ‘marriage’.

Bangladeshi Archbishop warns of Islamists who wish to topple the government there.

 

—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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