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David Cameron and Pope Benedict XVI at the farewell ceremony at Birmingham International Airport (Photo: PA)

Otherwise you will prove just how empty your words are

Peter Tatchell at the Protest the Pope march. The atheists' campaign was just too vicious to win people over (Photo: Ben Birchall/PA Wire)

In the end, the atheist coalition discredited itself

The visit was a personal triumph for the Holy Father himself (Photo: PA)

The last four days began in anxiety, but ended in euphoria

The papal chemistry is still active on British soil; now, we can relax and enjoy the visit

The media will not let up. Watch out for the innuendoes and smears

The Catholic Voices website is indispensable

But the campaign to defend them will, I hope, endure long after the visit is over

Men lie prostrate during their ordination to the priesthood in St Peter's Basilica (CNS photo/Paul Haring)

Their latest pope-bashing operation is entirely irrelevant to a Church which thinks in centuries

The EU functions like a micro-manager (Photo: PA)

I say, let us depart: Brussels is now the capital of a quasi-imperialist hegemony

Pastor Terry Jones of the Dove World Outreach Centre (Photo: AP)

Protests about how much we respect Islam do not seem to do much good

Distressed by the atheist onslaught? Get a grip of yourself

This is how things are meant to be: get used to it