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Future of ecumenical Iona Community in ‘serious jeopardy.’

Archbishop Leo Cushley to meet Archbishop of Canterbury at Church of Scotland General Assembly.

Peter MacDonald, a deacon for Aberdeen Diocese, will be ordained a priest in St Mary’s Cathedral, Aberdeen on June 13.

Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI could make rare public appearance on June 29.

Top Sunni cleric confirms commitment to peace after meeting Pope Francis.

Vietnamese priest and human rights campaigner released from prison ahead of US President Barack Obama’s visit.

Slovak nun shot in South Sudan to be buried there.

—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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