there is this website: and that is it!
At least as far as I can see.
The rest has been left to Tatchell, Dawkins and Hitchens, along with those silly boys in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, who have now been replaced. The impression given is Eccleston Square has little enthusiasm for the visit or for the Pope. I am sure this is merely impression and applies to "The Square", what they don't seem to get is that what they do or don't do reflects on our bishops.
Events that could grip the country, like the visit of St Theresa's relics, are left to simply happen or to go off at half cock. Speaking to Czech parishioner, he said that before their Papal visit, prayer cards, free booklets on the Pope, his catechesis, the purpose of his visit were made available, prayer vigils were organised. The Czech Republic was billed in the UK as "the most secular country in Europe", but their bishops used the Papal visit as an opportunity to present the Catholic Church to a skeptical public and as time of renewal. That isn't happening here!
Let us pray it won't be another wasted opportunity.