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Cross Wires Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic and inter-faith news

More than one million gather for Pope’s first public Mass in Ecuador at Guayaquil.

Pray for a miracle at the October synod, Pope asks massive congregation in Ecuador.

MPs have clashed over whether abortion should be included in the Scotland Bill.

Arundel and Brighton Diocesan golden jubilee was celebrated by 11,000 people at the Amex Stadium in Falmer.

Shrewsbury bishop in call to Catholic teachers.

7/7 survivor and faith leaders #WalkTogether for peace ten years on.

Australia’s Presbyterian Church could refuse to conduct secular weddings if same-sex marriage became law.

Church to petition Vatican over sainthood for Fr Jacome Gonsalves.


It is time for politicians in Scotland to stand up to the secularist education establishment argues David Robertson.

—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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