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Saturday, June 9: The death of Abbot Columba of Iona in 597 is commemorated by the Anglican, Lutheran, Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches.

Saturday, June 9: The death of Abbot Columba of Iona in 597 is commemorated by the Anglican, Lutheran, Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches. He is seen as responsible for the revival of monasticism, a key to the renewal of Europe, after the fall of the Roman Empire.

Sunday, June 10: Second Sunday after Pentecost. A suggested reading Luke 9: 11-17.

Tuesday, June 12: World Day against Child Labour focuses on the elimination of often hazardous child labour afflicting nearly a quarter billion children worldwide.

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