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The charity Mary’s Meals, founded in Scotland, announces is feeding one million children every school day.

Mother Teresa’s (above) Canonisation in 2016 only hypothetical, says Vatican.

11 Christians are killed every hour, says Irish Catholic bishop who warns persecution has reached ‘unprecedented’ high.

Vatican cardinal calls for ‘proportional military action’ in Iraq.

Holy See diplomat speaks out against anti-Christian discrimination in Europe.

Boston bomber gets the death penalty in the US – how should Catholics respond?

Eradicate hunger. Food for All: “Yes we can.”

Jean Vanier, founder of the L’Arche movement, was awarded the Templeton Prize.


The Catholic Church’s German crisis.


Pope will release postman’s pigeons.


—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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