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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.
Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Britain in September 2010 is being threatened by low giving from Catholic parishes and rows over ethics and public money.
Pope Benedict will be greeted by buses carrying posters calling for the ordination of women during his visit to London in September.
The Catholic Church in England, Wales and Scotland is gearing up for the much-anticipated visit of Pope Benedict XVI in September 2010, and is anticipating huge turnouts at his public events.
Pope Benedict XVI has sent a formal greeting to delegates, visitors and staff attending the Edinburgh 2010 event exploring world Christianity and its mission in the modern world.
Channel Four Television has announced that human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell will present an hour-long documentary on the Pope, to be broadcast before his state visit.
A Protestant bishop speaking on the 450th anniversary of the death of a close collaborator of Martin Luther has re-opened debate on papal primacy and relations with Catholics.
The leaders of Britain's three largest parties have welcomed the visit of Pope Benedict XVI to Britain, but said that his views need to be discussed and challenged.
In the matter of clerical abuse, justice must be done, says Martin Marty. But how and by whom the story gets told also matters. So why have Protestants and other Christians been so relatively quiet on the Catholic crisis?