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Pope Francis: ‘Arms manufacturers are merchants of death’

The Pope also denounces those responsible for human trafficking and slave labour

Cardinal Nichols prays for peace with Israeli and Palestinian ambassadors

The two men came to Archbishop’s House following Pope Francis’s trip to the Holy Land

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Pope Francis tells presidents only God can bring peace to Holy Land

Israeli and Palestinian presidents embrace in Vatican Gardens during historic ‘invocation for peace’

D-Day landings: Pope pays tribute to ‘heavy sacrifice’ of soldiers

In message to French bishops Pope remembers soldiers who fought Nazism

Pope Francis is right. We do love our pets more than our children

There are baby elephants fed on powdered milk near Nairobi while down the road human babies never see powdered milk from one year’s end to the next

Archbishop invites Pope Francis to Glasgow to remember Jesuit martyr

Pope invited to mark 400th anniversary of St John Ogilvie’s martyrdom next March

Stop showing ‘contempt’ for Gypsies, urges Pope Francis

Gypsies are called ‘to contribute to the common good’, says Pontiff

Pope: Half-hearted Catholics aren’t really Catholics at all

Pope Francis has criticised Catholics who only have ‘one foot in the door’

Are the Holy Father’s informal and often confusing methods of communication undermining the teaching authority of his office? Is a period of papal reserve now overdue?

Pope Francis is popular with the secular media because they think he’s about to abandon the disciplines of the Church; and they have built him up by denigrating Benedict XVI