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Pope meets residents of St Peter’s Residence, Vauxhall

(Photo: PA)

Meeting with elderly residents of St Peter’s Residence in Vauxhall, London, the Pope emphasised the ‘unique gift’ of life, ‘from conception to natural death’

Pope Benedict meets victims of clerical sex abuse

The Pope met the victims of clerical child abuse at the apostolic nunciature in Wimbledon (Photo: PA)

The meeting lasted 30 to 40 minutes, longer than the Pope gave to the Prime Minister

Pope visits Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace

(Photo: REUTERS)

The Holy Father expressed his desire that both Churches ‘renew determination to pursue the goal of unity’

Papal Visit 2010 live blog: Central London

Papal Visit 2010 live blog: Central London

The latest news from the Pope’s visit to London

Pope begins trip to Britain

Pope Benedict waves before boarding a flight at Rome airport (CNS photo/Alessandro Bianchi, Reuters)

Benedict XVI leaves Italy on an Alitalia flight bound for Edinburgh

Newman embodies English Catholicism, says Vatican spokesman

Newman's office at the Birmingham Oratory (Mazur/CCN)

Victorian cardinal represents a ‘profound synthesis’ of Catholic faith and British spirit, says Fr Lombardi

Benedict XVI: I felt ‘hemmed in’ growing up under Nazism

Pope Benedict XVI walks through the gate of Auschwitz in 2006 (Photo: AP)

Pope Benedict issues his message for World Youth Day 2011

Popemobile’s route through London is unveiled

The popemobile, pictured here in Paris in 2008, will take two trips in London (Photo: CNS)

Crowds can wave at Pope Benedict XVI as he passes along the bank of the Thames and through Green Park

Archbishop insists that papal Masses will be ‘packed’

Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster (Mazur/

Archbishop Nichols rejects reports forecasting low attendance at big papal events

Pope prays for trapped miners in Chile

A makeshift shrine set up by relatives of the trapped miners (Photo: AP)

Miners convert part of their shelter into a shrine as they brace themselves for another four months underground