Scottish fan violence, Peruvian defence and relic returned

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Some deep-seated issues underpin this week's menu: Scotland is tackling a new outbreak of sectarian violence in football, Peru's archbishop defended a cardinal's stand against forced sterilisation, and Caritas welcomed a treaty on labour conditions. On a happy note, the relic of St Anthony stolen in America last week was returned.

Vatican invites 60 artists to exhibit for Pope's 60th anniversary (Google News)

Caritas welcomes treaty on labour conditions for domestic workers (ICN)

Scotland tackles religious trouble at soccer matches (SMH)

Stolen relic returned to church (Kerryman) 

Vatican report on children to UN 14 years late (DailyMail)

Chinese ordination to proceed despite objections (Ucanews)

Peruvian Archbishop defends Cardinal's stand against forced sterilisations (CNA)

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