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Cross Wires Thursday headlines

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Fury as councillors award community grant cash to the Orange Order for Falkirk march.

Orange Order: Warm welcome and tough talking as Catholic college in Northern Ireland opens up to Protestant history.

Repeat abortions on the rise in England and Wales, figures reveal.

Reform priests on task of change in the Catholic Church.

Cardinal Robert Sarah denounced same-sex marriage, transgender bathroom laws, and attacks on the family as ‘demonic.’

Priest kidnapped in Yemen is alive, negotiations underway for his release.

Cardinal Burke says Pope’s exhortation must be read ‘critically.’

SSPX leader optimistic about accord with Vatican.

Catholic archdiocese in US to offer 12 weeks of paid paternal leave.

AND FINALLY

Pope Francis remembers St John Paul II’s birthday.

 

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