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The Presidents of ecumenical group Churches Together in England have formally welcomed Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Britain this week.
By all means let Catholics welcome the Pope to Britain and fund his visit, says Peter Tatchell. But whether he should be honoured with a State Visit at taxpayer's expense is another matter and raises a wider range of concerns.
Pope Benedict, who rigorously opposes the ordained ministry of women, will meet the President of the Methodist Conference, the Rev Alison Tomlin, on his UK visit.
The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, which put out a nuanced statement a few days ago making its criticism of some of Pope Benedict's pronouncements very clear, while hoping that his upcoming visit
Britain's largest lesbian and gay Christian organisation has urged critics of the Pope to disagree with respect during his upcoming visit.
A new opinion poll suggests that the majority of Scots are not ill-disposed towards the upcoming visit of the Pope, despite disagreements about his views.
The Vatican has published the much-anticipated official schedule for Pope Benedict’s trip to the United Kingdom in September 2010.
The Catholic Church in Scotland is being questioned over plans to charge parishioners for the cost of going to see the Pope on his visit to Glasgow.
Pope Benedict will be greeted by buses carrying posters calling for the ordination of women during his visit to London in September.