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Pakistan’s prime minister vows ‘resolve’ in pursuit of militants behind Easter bombing.

Pakistan bombing: Cardinal Vincent Nichols (above) said: “The perversity of evil knows no bounds. It sinks to a new low of hatred in deliberately targeting women and children celebrating their Easter Day in peace.”

No confirmed news about crucifixion of Indian Catholic priest.

Glasgow: Hundreds mourn Muslim murdered after sending Easter wishes to Christian friends.

Catholic and Protestant workforce in Northern Ireland at 50:50 for first time.

Easter Rising 1916: Wreath-laying ceremonies across Irish towns and cities.

The Scots woman wounded in the Easter Rising.

AND FINALLY

After eight years of waiting, Christians get out of Gaza for Easter.

—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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