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Pope Francis poses with Paris cardinal during private audience at Vatican

Cross Wires: Sunday breaking news

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Paris: Cardinal Vingt-Trois addresses Catholic community after terror attacks. Above, the cardinal with the Pope.

Pope Francis marked the Solemnity of the Baptism of the Lord with Mass in the Sistine Chapel, during the course of which he Baptised 11 infants.

Holy Father says Church has cared the poor since the beginning, and that actions are not communism.

The Pope on the 5th anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti -three solid pillars.

Armagh archbishop has called for pro-life supporters to respond to a consultation document from Justice Minister on the termination of pregnancy before January 17.

Oscar Romero was a true martyr, says Vatican.

Cardinal Burke: ‘feminisation’ hurts Catholic Church.

Minister blames Satan for death of five-year-old boy in Scottish village.

Free Church of Scotland blasts organ donor plans.

Policemen murdered in front of Catholic church in Egypt.

Up to 2000 killed in new Boko Haram attacks in northern Nigeria.

 

—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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