Cardinal Keith O'Brien
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Cardinal's Easter sermon secularism rebuke

The leader of the Catholic Church in Scotland, Cardinal Keith O'Brien, will use his Easter message later to attack what he describes as aggressive secularism.

It was something Pope Benedict warned about on his state visit to Britain last year.

Cardinal O'Brien will say the enemies of Christianity want to take God from the public sphere.

The BBC's religious affairs correspondent Robert Piggot reports.

  • 24 Apr 2011
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