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Cross Wires: Sunday headlines

The latest Catholic and ecumenical news

Catholic charity worker has been killed (above) by falling scaffolding during Papal visit to Philippines. Holy Father meets with Kristel Padasas’ father.

Pope at Mass in Manila: We are called to be God’s children. (Video here.)

Pope tells youth in Manila: be surprised by God’s love. (Video here.)

Churches ransacked and set ablaze in Niger by Muslim youths.

Archbishop Emeritus Patrick Kelly of Liverpool reflects on Holy Land visit.

Catholic educationalist urges the Church in England and Wales to consider reversing its decision not to open any new Catholic academies.

Catholic parishes in England and Wales are celebrating Peace Sunday this weekend.

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-Crosswires is The Scottish Catholic Observer blog. Follow breaking news from the SCO through the day on twitter at  SCO_NEWS.

 

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