Pope Francis made his comments about travel during an in-flight press conference on the flight back from a historic three-day visit to Iraq, where he met with political authorities, religious leaders, and Christian communities.
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A series of conferences promoted by the Federation of Catholic Family Associations in Europe is raising awareness about key demographic and family issues in the Old Continent.
The change is the latest of several to be made in recent years in what the government has said are attempts to preserve Hungary’s Christian identity and to boost its plummeting birth rates.
Advocates of the bill argued that it is impossible to completely change a person’s biological sex, and that this reality should be reflected in the civil registry.
Hungarian government sponsors a conference that brought together men and women who are on the front lines in protecting Christians around the world.
Katalin Novak explains to the Register how her pro-family government is countering a continental trend
South of Ukraine, the Holy See encourages peace, coexistence and subsidiarity.
In an interview with the Register, Péter Szijjártó explains why he believes his government’s EU-opposed immigration policy is necessary to preserve Hungary’s and Europe’s Christian heritage.
Tristan Azbej, deputy state secretary for the Aid of Persecuted Christians, says it’s time to “step up” and “form alliances” on their behalf.