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Cross Wires: Tuesday breaking news

The latest Catholic and ecumenical news.

Scotland is facing a ‘humanitarian crisis‘ caused by poverty.

Cardinal Nichols: Deprived Britain ‘not a fantasy.’ (Video).

Archbishop says Ukraine Catholics must be willing to sacrifice their lives.

Memorial Service for Nelson Mandela at Westminster Abbey attendede by religious leaders including Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow.

Cardinal Pell sees closing of Vatican bank as unlikely.

Pope’s secretary Mgr Alfred Xuereb appointed secretary-general of new economics secretariat.

Castel Gandolfo Papal gardens are opened to the public.

John XXIII’s secretary given red hat in private ceremony.

AND FINALLY

Watch: Pope Francis shocks by accidentally swearing at Vatican

—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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