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Congratulations to the 1100 senior student from throughout Scotland who received their Caritas Award (above) at the Clyde Auditorium last night. SCO website report coming soon, full coverage in next week’s newspaper out June 12.

Archbishop Leo Cushley: Named person plans ‘interfere in family life.’

Pope Francis foots the bill for homeless people in Rome to visit Shroud of Turin.

Pope Francis wants Vatican Liturgy chief to continue the work of Benedict XVI.

Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with Pope Francis at the Vatican on June 10.

2700-year old tomb of Hebrew prophet in danger from ISIS.

Pope should visit Canada and focus on reconciliation with indigenous peoples, says Archbishop of Winnipeg.


L’Osservatore Romano: Suppression of femininity does not bring about equality.


—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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