What has the Pope's visit achieved?
Thousands of people have gathered to witness the Pope's beatification of 19th Century theologian Cardinal John Henry Newman on the final day of his four-day state visit to the UK. What has the state visit achieved?
On leaving, Pope Benedict used his speech to pay tribute to Britain's multicultralism. "The diversity of modern Britain is a challenge," he said. "But it also represents a great opportunity for the enrichment of the entire community."
PM David Cameron, whose father recently died, told the Pope: "When you think of our country, think of it as one that not only cherishes faith, but one that is deeply, but quietly, compassionate.
Pope Benedict has already expressed his "deep sorrow" for the "unspeakable crimes" of child abuse within the Catholic Church.
What difference has the Pope's visit made? Have you attended any of the events? What do you think about Benedict XVI's comments about diversity in the UK? Did he strike the right tone on the abuse of children within the Church?
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