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Cross Wires Monday headlines

The latest Catholic news

Pope Francis to Catholic leaders: Don’t allow executions this year.

Vatican affirms Pope was speaking about contraceptives for Zika.

Many US Catholics unfazed by Pope/Trump clash.

Angelus: Pope reflects on journey to Mexico, meeting with Russian patriarch.

Scotland: Ordination of new bishop for Argyll and the Isles.

Irish bishops urge Catholics to press candidates on abortion ahead of Feb 26 election.

Dublin Easter Sunday Masses will go ahead although security measures for the 1916 centenary parade forced  counterparts to cancel Easter services.

ABC crossing the line with ‘anti-Catholic bias’, says Fr James Grant.

What’s the point of fasting, anyway?


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