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El Papa sale de gira por el RU 2ª Parte

Pope Benedict XVI attends a prayer vigil at Hyde Park in London September 18, 2010. Pope Benedict apologised to British victims of sexual abuse on Saturday while thousands marched through central London in one of the biggest protests ever during a papal trip.  REUTERS/Chris Ison/POOL  (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)

¿Es Bono, Bruce Springteen, Metallica, los Rolling...? ¡No! Es su santidad el Papa Benedicto en directo en el Hyde Park Londinense. Me visto en la obligación de hacer una segunda entrega de la gira de jefe del Vaticano por el Reino Unido que complete el post anterior sobre su día en Edimburgo. Estas imágenes reflejan mucho mejor el espíritu de estrella del rock del jefe de los católicos. En un marco musical como es Hyde Park, donde han tocado grandes de la música, se celebró la vigilia. Tras su espectacular llegada en papa-mobil, sus ayudantes le retiraron la capa a lo James Brown y comenzó la misa que todos podían ver a través de las pantallas gigantes. Increible la escenografía más propia de la gira del Master of Puppets de Metallica con arcos dorados y cruz flotante incluida. Entre el público gente de todas las edades y hasta algún fan con cresta. Increibles fotos, increibles documentos gráficos... Espero que os gusten.

CAD19. LONDRES (REINO UNIDO), 18/09/2010.- Cientos de personas se reunen para oir la misa al aire libre que oficio el Papa Benedicto XVI hoy, sabado 18 de septiembre de 2010, en el parque Hyde en Londres, Reino Unido, durante la beatificacion del Cardenal John Henry en Birmingham, Reino Unido. EFE/CLAUDIO ONORATI

Pope Benedict XVI attends a prayer vigil at Hyde Park in London September 18, 2010. Pope Benedict apologised to British victims of sexual abuse on Saturday while thousands marched through central London in one of the biggest protests ever during a papal trip.  REUTERS/Chris Ison/POOL  (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)

Pope Benedict XVI arrives by "Popemobile" for the Prayer Vigil, as seen on a large screen,    at Hyde Park in London Saturday Sept. 18, 2010.  (AP Photo / Chris Ison,  Pool)

Pope Benedict XVI (C), holds a Prayer Vigil on the Eve of the Beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman, in Hyde Park, London on September 18, 2010.  Pope Benedict XVI expressed his "deep sorrow" Saturday for the "immense suffering" of children abused by Catholic priests, in a homily on the third day of his state visit to Britain.  "I think of the immense suffering caused by the abuse of children, especially within the Church and by her ministers," he said during mass at the Catholic Westminster Cathedral in London.      AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL

Pope Benedict XVI (C) holds a Prayer Vigil on the Eve of the Beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman, in Hyde Park, London on September 18, 2010.  Pope Benedict XVI expressed his "deep sorrow" Saturday for the "immense suffering" of children abused by Catholic priests, in a homily on the third day of his state visit to Britain.  "I think of the immense suffering caused by the abuse of children, especially within the Church and by her ministers," he said during mass at the Catholic Westminster Cathedral in London.        AFP PHOTO / Filippo Monteforte

Pigrims watch as Pope Benedict XVI holds a Prayer Vigil on the Eve of the Beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman, in Hyde Park, London on September 18, 2010.  Pope Benedict XVI expressed his "deep sorrow" Saturday for the "immense suffering" of children abused by Catholic priests, in a homily on the third day of his state visit to Britain.  "I think of the immense suffering caused by the abuse of children, especially within the Church and by her ministers," he said during mass at the Catholic Westminster Cathedral in London.    AFP PHOTO / CARL COURT

Pope Benedict XVI (FRONT C) attends a prayer vigil in Hyde Park, central London September 18, 2010. Pope Benedict apologised to British victims of sexual abuse on Saturday while thousands marched through central London in one of the biggest protests ever during a papal trip.     REUTERS/Chris Ison/Pool    (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS RELIGION)

Pilgrims wait to see Pope Benedict XVI hold a Prayer Vigil on the Eve of the Beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman, in Hyde Park, London on September 18, 2010.  Pope Benedict XVI expressed his "deep sorrow" Saturday for the "immense suffering" of children abused by Catholic priests, in a homily on the third day of his state visit to Britain.  "I think of the immense suffering caused by the abuse of children, especially within the Church and by her ministers," he said during mass at the Catholic Westminster Cathedral in London.      AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL

Pope Benedict XVI holds a Prayer Vigil on the Eve of the Beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman, in Hyde Park, London on September 18, 2010.  Pope Benedict XVI expressed his "deep sorrow" Saturday for the "immense suffering" of children abused by Catholic priests, in a homily on the third day of his state visit to Britain.  "I think of the immense suffering caused by the abuse of children, especially within the Church and by her ministers," he said during mass at the Catholic Westminster Cathedral in London.      AFP PHOTO / LEON NEAL