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Cross Wires Sunday breaking news

The latest Catholic and ecumenical headlines

Archbishop Philip Tartaglia of Glasgow (above) ‘markedly improved‘ after heart attack in Spain.

Pope Francis Angelus: Jesus wanted united Christians.

Pope appeals for Ukraine at Angelus.

Message for World Communications Day: Communicating the family.

Pax Christi ‘Wraps up Trident’ with thousands of others in London.

Petition calls for Catholic ceremony for Richard III.

Pope Francis wants all annulments to be free.

Child blessed by Pope Francis during meeting with families in South Asia passes away.

Charities and campaign groups have been ‘frightened’ into curtailing their public work by a new lobbying law, ex-Bishop of Oxford Lord Harries has said.

Christian MSP: Science can’t disprove Earth created in six days.

Catholic archbishop says US liberty depends on moral people during speech at BYU.

Chinese bishop says Church should take initiative to end conflict with Beijing.

Church in Niger suspends operation of schools, other apostolates.

—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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