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Topic: Protest the Pope

Andrew Copson: ‘What is aggressive secularism supposed to mean?’

In the second in our series of interviews with prominent critics of the Church, the chief executive of the British Humanist Association explains why he is indifferent to Catholicism

The papal visit gave a boost to Humanism

Catholics were thrilled by Pope Benedict XVI’s trip to Britain. A leading Humanist journalist tells Ed West that secularists were too

I disagree with George Weigel – you don’t kick an atheist while he’s down

If our bishops put the boot in to the New Atheists now, wouldn’t that rebound on us?

British fair-mindedness was the Pope’s secret weapon

In the end, the atheist coalition discredited itself

Archbishop: ‘crackpots and lunatics’ could still disrupt visit

Archbishop Smith: protesters cannot guarantee there will be no disruption

Protesters tell archbishop: we will not disrupt papal events

The archbishop and protesters had a ‘frank discussion’ about child abuse, homosexuality and the state funding of the visit

Distressed by the atheist onslaught? Get a grip of yourself

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

Archbishop to meet Pope protesters

Archbishop Peter Smith will meet Protest the Pope campaigners today to ask them to protest in a dignified, non-confrontational way

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