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Cross Wires Sunday headlines

The latest Catholic and ecumenical news

Pope Francis leads silent prayer at Vatican for all those abducted by IS militants in Syria and Iraq.

Venezuela: Bishops call for end to violence after police kill teenager.

Pope: Jesus reveals himself, as the perfect icon of the Father.

Pope Francis in attack on ‘throwaway’ culture of world economy and financial inequality.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols: ‘Test parties on immigration.’

Archbishop Martin opens Ireland’s First National Safeguarding Conference.

COMMENT

Church of England: Are vicars paid enough.

SPORT

Gordon Waddell: Scottish clubs need to do more to combat sectarianism in Scotland.

 AND FINALLY

Going to Confession during Lent? Here are some tips from the Pope.

 

—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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