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Cross Wires: Thursday breaking news

The latest Catholic headlines

Pope Francis is to elevate new cardinals on February 14 next year.

Islamic State beheads four children who refused to convert to Islam.

Pope’s Thursday morning homily: God is like a tender mother.

Pope Francis began a new series of catechesis during his weekly audience, focusing the family.

Holy Father to honour Our Lady of Guadalupe by celebrating a ‘Creole’ Mass tomorrow. (Video).

Secular attack on Catholic education in Scotland.

Primary school tables: Faith schools dominating rankings in England.

Specialist anti-trafficking and slavery centre set up at Catholic university in London.

Tsunami 10 years after: On-line exhibition of work by Tim Hetherington.

Pope: Climate change a serious ethical and moral responsibility.

AND FINALLY

Italy’s singing nun gives Pope Francis her debut CD.

 

—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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