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Cross Wires: Monday breaking news

The latest Catholic headlines

Scottish Government backs religious representation on local authority education committees, despite calls from secularists to remove them.

Schools across Scotland are failing to provide pupils with their statutory right to religious education, according to a report.

Archbishop Vincent Nichols interview: Live from the Vatican. (Video).

Pope Angelus: Jesus does not want to erase the commandments that the Lord gave through Moses.

European parliamentarian vows to ‘fight to the end’ child euthanasia law.

AND FINALLY

Irish song banned at football matches in Scotland under anti-sectarian laws has been confirmed as number 33 in UK Top 40 Singles chart.

 

—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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