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Cross Wires Thursday headlines

The latest Catholic news

Pontifical Academy for Life dedicates upcoming assembly to end of life assistance for the elderly.

Scottish Catholics urged to support flood victims in Malawi.

Northern Irish Catholic agency in gay adoption row:: ‘We don’t answer to Catholic Church.

A new Catholic university is to open in the city of Erbil, northern Kurdistan.

Pope Francis authorised the burial of a homeless man in the Vatican Teutonic cemetery. (Video).

Vatican guard on high alert to protect pope from ISIS.

5000 Christians flee Islamic State in Syria.

CAFOD encourages reflection on God’s gift of creation.

Aberdeen: AoS supports injured fishermen.

AND FINALLY

Catholic editor John Short – RIP.

—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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