There is now a site for the Papal Visit to the UK.
I am sure you will be as pleased as I am that His Holiness is going to Beatify Ven. John Henry Newman during his visit to England.
From the "Visit" site we have this:
John Henry Cardinal Newman will be beatified by Pope Benedict XVI in the Archdiocese of Birmingham on 19 September 2010. This great Victorian Catholic theologian, much loved the world over, will be declared "Blessed". The miracle required for Cardinal Newman’s beatification was officially recognised by the Holy See on 3 July 2009. In our Cardinal Newman section, you can read his biography, look at key teachings and reflect on Deacon Jack Sullivan’s miracle cure from a serious spinal disorder that has led to this autumn’s beatification.
This Pope has not been doing the beatifications himself. Rather, he has been delegating the beatification ceremony to someone like the Prefect of the Congregation for Saints, and in the place where the blessed is to be venerated. Veneration of a Blessed is normally restricted to a location or an institute of religious life.
However, Pope Benedict has long been interested in John Henry Newman. His writings influenced the thought of the young Joseph Ratzinger and, during the rest of his life, he always paid attention to the theological contributions of this great English convert, preacher and writer.
I am sure that the visit will be a real occasion of grace for everyone.
Do pray for the Pope. Remind others to do so.