Papal visit: Linking the godless to a lack of values is wrong, say critics

Humanists, Christians, Jews and Muslims speak out for the ‘common good’ after pope’s speech to Queen at Holyrood

Nagdi said: “I think that what he said is too strong; there is a risk of encouraging a feeling of victimhood.” He hoped the pope would turn, in later speeches, to “the values of honesty, decency and compassion for one another”, which represented “a truer picture of British society”.

  • Thursday 16th September 2010 | 
  • 9:28 pm | 
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