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Archbishop: ‘crackpots and lunatics’ could still disrupt visit

Archbishop Smith: protesters cannot guarantee there will be no disruption

The Pope’s address in Westminster Hall is one of his most important ever

His address to the Queen will be equally historic, but it’s the one at the Palace of Westminster which will have a lasting impact

The campaign against the Pope and the Church will be swept away by the visit itself

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

The BBC thinks the Pope has a ‘Nazi past’

Footage of the Hitler Youth, St Peter’s and the Pope holding his head in his hands carries a subliminal message

Cameron offers ‘warm welcome’ to Pontiff

David Cameron described the visit as ‘incredibly important and historic’ and a ‘great honour’ for Britain

Pope asks for prayers for trip to Britain

Pontiff: ‘Cardinal Newman is an inspiration for ecumenism’

Pope warns Germany of moral erosion on marriage and life issues

Pope Benedict says his native country is losing its sense of God in a speech to its new ambassador to the Holy See

Pope asks for prayers for his trip to Britain

Benedict XVI made the request during the Angelus

Whatever the BBC says we ought to think, celibacy is still one of the jewels in our crown

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

Britain prepares to welcome Pope Benedict

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