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Cross Wires Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic and interfaith news

Scottish Labour Leader Jim Murphy (above) backs Catholic education after Labour MP accused of ‘sneering’ at nuns.

Pope Francis meets with his Curia reform advisers. (Video link.)

Pope Mass: Protecting creation a Christian responsibility.

Catholic Church in New York in the US says it will fight efforts to legalise doctor-assisted suicide.

Cardinal Burke said he was ‘responding to a hypothetical situation’ when he stated that he would resist any move by Pope away from Catholic doctrine.

Dutch Diocese to close over 75 percent of parishes.

German bishop removed for excessive spending, will take new post at Vatican.

 

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