Papal socks, eco-friendly WYD and bronze crosses

It's been a week of colour and movement, with stories about Papal socks sold online by a Paris designer, WYD in Madrid to be eco-friendly, and the world's largest bronze stations of the cross in Rome. On a more serious note, the plight of Christians in Pakistan reared its unpleasant head again.

French designer sells Papal socks online (Ucanews)

English and Welsh Ordinariate launches website (CNA)

Christian woman freed by kidnappers in Pakistan (Christian Today)

WYD to be eco-friendly (CNA)

Financial advisors call for curb on bankers' greed (Independent Catholic News)

World's largest bronze stations of the cross in Rome (CNA)

Spanish priest face excommunication after funding abortion (CNA) 

Doubts over Catholic death in Pakistan prison (Fides) 

Indian Catholics face bigamy risk  (UCAnews)

Malaysian government to release 35,000 Bibles (CNA)

Documents shed light on Papal birth control commission (CNA)

Former Anglican bishops given title of 'monsignor' (Catholic Culture)

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