This video says about itself:
Gay couples kiss in protest over discrimination against gay people as Pope Benedict left Barcelona’s archbishopric in his Popemobile.
From the BBC:
11 December 2010 Last updated at 02:46 GMT
Wikileaks: Pope’s conversion offer damaged relations
The ambassador believed the Pope had put the Archbishop in an “impossible position”.
The Pope’s invitation to Anglicans to convert to Roman Catholicism pushed relations between the churches to their lowest point in 150 years, Britain’s ambassador to the Vatican warned.
Francis Campbell also feared a backlash against UK Catholics after the offer to those opposed to women bishops.
His fears are detailed in the latest US embassy cables released by Wikileaks.
The comments were made after Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams met Vatican officials last year.
A cable from US ambassador Miguel Diaz, published in the Guardian newspaper, said Mr Campbell believed Pope Benedict XVI had put the Archbishop in an “impossible position” with his conversion invitation.
Britain: Anti-poverty campaigners and MPs demanded to know today why £1.85 million of foreign aid funding was spent on the Pope’s recent visit to Britain: here.
Spain: Church’s rejection of gay and one-parent families is ‘misogynist’. By: thinkSPAIN , Monday, January 3, 2011: here.
David Eade on Spanish resistance to costly papal visit: here.