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Cross Wires: Monday breaking news

The latest Catholic headlines from around the globe

Always unite prayer and action, Pope Francis says.

Young British Catholics arrive in Rio for World Youth Day.

Lourdes (above): 69th official miracle announced.

Archbishop of Dublin is angry over Catholic Church’s lack of concern for abused children.

Vatican denies report that Vatican bank prelate is involved with ‘gay lobby.’

Wales’ only state-funded boarding school, St Brigid’s School, Denbigh, has been threatened with closure.

A purpose-built training facility for teachers who want to work in Catholic schools has been officially opened in Southampton.

AND FINALLY

Major updates to a popular Catholic prayer application for smart phones have been completed just in time for World Youth Day, at the Vatican’s request.

COMMENT

Duncan Morrow: Stop denial and end blight of bigotry.

Canonist explains: No, sins not forgiven via Twitter.

 

—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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