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100 converts call on synod fathers to affirm Catholic teaching.

Homosexual Catholic group launches in Rome as synod gets underway.

Holy Land: Teenage girl shot and killed at checkpoint.

The head of the Ukrainian Catholic church has urged the Vatican to show greater support for his country.

Bishop of Shrewsbury (above): Catholics need to be more faithful to Church teaching on marriage and family.

A leading Catholic peer is calling on people to ask their MP to attend an event in Parliament highlighting the persecution of Christians around the world.

Bus driver ‘devastated’ by deaths in supermarket crash in Coventry city centre that killed two, including a Catholic primary pupil.

California Govenor Jerry Brown (D), a lifelong Catholic and former Jesuit seminarian, yesterday signed a law legalising physician-assisted suicide in California in the US.

Catholic welfare agency has warned it may have to stop providing adoption services under new laws that allow same-sex couples to jointly adopt children in Victoria, Australia.


Ross Ahlfeld: Why bitter words between believers and secularists will only halt progression.


—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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