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Papal Visit 2010: third day’s briefing

Papal Visit 2010: third day’s briefing

A summary of the big stories from the third day of the Papal Visit

Pope: Christians cannot go on with business as usual

Pope Benedict holds up Cardinal John Henry Newman as an example for modern life during Hyde Park vigil

(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’

The prayer vigil at Hyde Park (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)

Delivered at Hyde Park on Saturday, 18 September 2010

Delivered at St Peter’s Residence, Vauxhall, London on Saturday, 18 September 2010

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

Papal Visit 2010 live blog: Hyde Park

Papal Visit 2010 live blog: Hyde Park

Live coverage of the Hyde Park vigil and the Pope’s visit to St Peter’s residence for older people in Vauxhall

(Photo: AP)

Pope Benedict XVI tells 2,500 people on Westminster Cathedral piazza that they should make space for silence every day

Pope Benedict XVI at Westminster Cathedral this morning Photo: PA

Pope Benedict XVI speaks of immense suffering of victims in homily at Westminster Cathedral Mass

Papal Visit 2010: Pope’s words to young people – full text

Full text of the Pope’s words to young people gathered on the Westminster Cathedral piazza