from FaithWorld:

London marchers confront Pope Benedict in biggest protest of any of his trips

September 18, 2010

satprotest 1 (Photo: Protest against Pope Benedict in London, 18 Sept 2010/Stefan Wermuth)

Pope Benedict faced the biggest protest of his 17 trips abroad on Saturday when more than 10,000 people marched in London attacking his treatment of the abuse scandal in the Church, women priests and homosexuality. Some of the demonstrators were dressed in costumes, including black leather nuns’ habits and red cardinals’ robes. Posters bore the message: "Pope Go Home."

Tiny anti-Pope rally draws huge police response

September 9, 2010

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By Maria Golovnina

Peaking through the iron gates of the Vatican’s residence in London, four people rallied quietly on a rainy afternoon holding photographs of children they said were abused by Catholics priests around the world.

Pope’s visit to UK runs into murmurings

June 16, 2010

Are preparations for Pope Benedict’s visit to England and Scotland on track? Well, sort of.