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The Jubilee of Mercy will not be concentrated in Rome.

Pope Francis honours the late Montreal Cardinal Turcotte (above.)

Students pray for safety of Pope Francis more than a million times.

Pope Francis to celebrate Mass on Sunday to mark Armenian Genocide 100th anniversary.

There are just three weeks left to nominate young people to receive the first ever Celebrating Young People Awards in England and Wales.

ISIS takes over Palestinian refugee camp in Syria. (Video)

Kenya: Bishop says Al Shabaab have killed Muslims as well as Christians.

Priest killed in Mexico.

US seeks to extradite former Salvadoran colonel to face charges for killings of five Jesuit priests.


—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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