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Cross Wires: Tuesday breaking news

The latest Catholic headlines

Parish burned down in Nigeria.

Every one of Northern Ireland’s top five schools is a Catholic grammar.

Vatican unveils online resources for canonisations of John XXIII, John Paul II (above).

Mgr Nicholas Hudson, former rector of Rome-based English aeminary, appointed auxiliary bishop of Westminster.

The Holy Father meets with Syrian Nuncio Archbishop Mario Zenari.

Man stages protest on St Peter’s dome in Vatican.

Archbishop Gregory of Atlanta in the US apologies for building $2.2M home.

Catholic Pinoys in Brunei worried over new system of Islamic law.


Why Scots should go for independence.

Psychologist reflects on recently launched Commission on Protection of Minors (Part 1).


James MacMillan, creator of diverse musical works inspired by both his Celtic heritage and his Catholic faith, conducts the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in Chennai.



—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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