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Cross Wires: Sunday breaking news

The latest Catholic and ecumenical headlines

Pope Francis at Angelus: There is no limit to the divine mercy.

Holy Father says he’s happy because he has a job and the ‘inner peace’ that comes with age.

Churches and faith groups are calling for the role of religion to be recognised in any written constitution for Scotland.

Hundreds march through central Glasgow in nuclear weapons protest.

Donal McKeown installed as Bishop of Derry.

Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has said he is conscious that his decision to attend a State banquet hosted by Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II involves political and symbolic difficulties.

Fr Cantalamessa‘s 4th Lent Homily 2014.

New Moderator of Church of Scotland to ‘champion the right of the most disadvantaged.’

AND FINALLY

US rock star in benefit concert for nuns who gave him his first gig.

 

—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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