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Cross Wires Thursday headlines

The latest Catholic news

Details of Pope’s participation in Reformation events in Swedish cities of Lund and Malmö.

Holy Father sends greetings to Lednica 2000 Youth Meeting in Poland.

Pope Francis sends message to prison chaplains.

Campaigners calling for women priests are meeting in Rome this week and have unprecedented meeting with Vatican representatives.

Does the Irish Catholic Church have a contingency to combat vocational decline?

Israel: Bishop expresses concern after stone attack on parish at Mass.

Bishops gather to discuss nuclear disarmament.

Archbishop Chaput clarifies Amoris Laetitia committee.

AND FINALLY

World’s oldest Catholic prelate celebrates 50 years as a bishop.

 

—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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