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Cross Wires: Wednesday breaking news

The latest Catholic headlines from Scotland and around the world.

TOP STORIES

Reports suggest a second miracle has been attributed to Blesssed John Paul II’s (above) intercession, meaning the late Pontiff could be Cannonised this year.

MSPs want to give free contraception to children.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols calls for fathers to be given more respect in society.

VATICAN

Christians must bring hope to the suffering, according to Pope Francis.

Vatican conference warns of the dangers of giving children pharmaceutical drugs.

Pope’s Latin Twitter feed proving to be very popular.

INTERNATIONAL

Man shot in Utah Church last Sunday will recover.

European Commission stops Slovakia minting coins with images of Saints.

Lourdes closed by floods for the second time this year.

—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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