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Pope Francis condemns paedophilia following reports of child’s death.

Cardinal Vincent Nichols calls for ‘a change of heart in our society’ at migrants Mass.

Cardinal Nichols leads Mass celebrating 1050th anniversary of arrival of Christianity in Poland.

Archbishop Mennini, the Apostolic nuncio to Britain, spoke on The Catholic Church and Islam: a message of peace and love from Pope Francis.

Catholic schools take up the top 11 places in list of top performing Northern Ireland schools at A-Level.

Cling to divine mercy, Pope Francis urges Mercedarian Order.

Catholic woman fired after refusing to take Scientology courses at US ‘alkalised water’ company.

US Catholic college students are often seeing their faith misrepresented and abused on college campuses.

Visit to leprosy hospital in Nepal was ‘life-changing’ for volunteers.


On Saturday, U2’s The Edge became the first rock musician to ever perform at the Vatican.


—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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