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Cross Wires Tuesday headlines

The latest Catholic news

Former Vatican accountant Mgr Nunzio Scarano (above) cleared of smuggling £15.2 million.

Nuncio to Syria decries use of hunger as a weapon.

Cardinal Parolin encourages action for integral development.

Abbey vandalised in Jerusalem.

About 50 per cent more Catholics than Protestants enter higher education in Northern Ireland.

Taiwan’s new vice president is a devout Catholic scientist who saved the island from SARS.

Pope Francis welcomes Prince Albert II of Monaco.

AND FINALLY

Craig Lodge in Scotland releases new CD.

 

—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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