Pope Francis has begun a three-day pastoral visit in Hungary – his first full trip to the country since he became Pope 10 years ago.
What kept him away was the tough anti-migrant stance of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in contrast to the 86-year-old pontiff’s compassion for all refugees.
What brings him here now, besides his support for Catholics, is the war in Ukraine.
During a speech in Budapest, the pope warned of the dangers of nationalism and called for a more welcoming attitude towards refugees.
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