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Numerous international groups are trying to influence Ireland into legalising abortion

His remarks came after a senior United Nations official said he saw the ‘early warning signs of genocide’ in the country

The Pope also called on Catholics to lobby their governments to be more welcoming to migrants

Antonio Guterres recalled seeing the first Syrian refugees arrive in Jordan six years ago

Archbishop Auza said that the world is now ‘less stable and in desperate need of concrete signs of hope’

The improbable Secretary-General

He’s a practising Catholic who opposes abortion and gay marriage. How on earth has António Guterres been appointed head of the UN?

The number of those living in slavery has risen by an estimated 10 million since 2014. The PM’s campaign is a good start

The former Portuguese prime minister António Guterres, a Catholic, has been nominated as UN secretary-general

The Pope was speaking at the opening ceremony of a world conference on faith and sport hosted by the Pontifical Council for Culture

The Holy See’s permanent observer to the United Nations described St Teresa as the human face of eternal hope