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Over a third of girls in developing world married before 18

World Vision Ireland has said child marriage is a blight on any community and is often linked to maternal and infant mortality, usually because the little girls are not physically ready to give birth.


617 million children worldwide lack basic maths and literacy skills

Ahead of International Day of Education on 24th January, World Vision Ireland has highlighted that if every girl worldwide received 12 years’ quality education, lifetime earnings for women would increase by US$15 to US$30 trillion globally.


Pope’s peace message highlights importance of political office

In the 52nd World Day of Peace message, Pope Francis admonishes those whose political addresses blame every evil on migrants as “unacceptable”.


No right to abortion in international law: PLC

Pro Life Campaign criticises Council of Europe report which calls for legalisation of abortion.


Bishop criticises forced return of refugees to Turkey

Pope Francis to visit the Greek island of Lesbos next week as a gesture of solidarity with migrants.


‘Stop eugenic discrimination of Down’s babies’

Precious Life appeals to public to support online petition to halt systematic prenatal screening programmes targeting Down's syndrome and which encourage abortion.


Don’t abandon public square legal expert appeals

Director of the Law Centre tells Church leaders not 'demonise' people working in the human rights sector but build relationships with them.


Religion is vital contributor to national conversation

Baroness O'Loan concerned at the increasing marginalisation of religion, particularly Christianity, even in nations which place great emphasis on tolerance.


Pro Life Campaign slates UN hypocrisy on abortion

UN Committee recommends State hold a referendum on abortion and revise legislation including the Constitution and Protection of Life During Pregnancy Act.


New interactive exhibition on Magna Carta opens

Christ Church Cathedral exhibition explains the significance of Magna Carta from 1215 to the present day and the importance of its special Libre Niger copy.


Christ Church to mark Magna Carta’s 800th

Rare 14th century copy of Magna Carta, contained within the cathedral’s Liber Niger, will form centrepiece of the interactive family-friendly exhibition.


Mass commemorates outbreak of World War I

Archbishop honours the millions of young lives lost over four long years of conflict across Europe.


Church must involve itself in debates on the family

Archbishop Martin speaks in defence of the family as a fundamental institution within society.

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