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Cross Wires Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic and interfaith news

Ireland’s same-sex marriage vote was ‘a defeat’ according to the Vatican newspaper.

The Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria (CBCN) opposes the calls for girls impregnated by Boko Haram insurgents to abort the unborn babies.

Cardinal Turkson‘s (above) message on Africa Day 2015.

Sydney Archbishop Fisher defends the Church and Cardinal Pell over response to abuse claims.

Muslim leaders in urge MSPs to block intervene in assisted suicide bill at Holyrood vote.

Sectarian graffiti sprayed on St Peter’s Church in Livingston.

Profit at Vatican bank soars 20 times.

Religious group shine spotlight on the sensitive issue of the confiscation of land belonging to Palestinians by the Government of Israel in the West Bank.

India: Protestant minister jailed for ‘forced conversions.’

 

—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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