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Cross Wires: Monday breaking news

The latest Catholic headlines

Canonisation date of John Paul II (above right) and John XXIII (above left)expected to be announced today.

Pope warns catechists of the danger of complacency and the need to keep the Gospel at the centre of their lives.

Scotland’s new archbishop pledges to get ‘back to basics.’

Bishop Kenney joins ecumenical service for Palestine Israel.

Poland’s Catholic Church apologises to sex abuse victims.

African Catholics stress importance of Bible in faith life.

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The new Pope is bringing ‘glasnost‘ to the Vatican.

Music at Mass is theological warfare by other means.

—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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