Monday’s headlines

Church in Scotland unveils details of the altar, chair and lectern which will be used by Pope Benedict XVI

The Catholic Church has issued a list of dos and don’ts to pilgrims hoping to attend public events during the Pope’s visit to Britain next month. No barbecues, alcohol, bulky hampers or blowing whistles but people are welcome to bring a ‘pilgrim picnic.’

Pope offers Prayer to Mary Queen of Peace, anywhere the absurd logic of violence rages

Irish President McAleese hails Archbishop Diarmuid Martin as a ‘symbol of change’

Difference of opinion in US over homage to Mother Teresa

Catholic bishops and rights groups have vehemently criticized Italian Interior Minister Roberto Maroni’s proposal to expel all European Union citizens from the country for violating basic living requirements in a member state.,%20Catholic%20Bishops%20Oppose%20Italy’s%20Call%20To%20Expel%20EU%20Nationals


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