And the Response from the Bahraini Blogging Community is . . .
Well, I can't really find that the relatively small, largely moderate Muslim blogging community in Bahrain is all that excited about the Pope's comments. Actually, I couldn't find any particular post at all.
Everyone there is focused on the parliamentary elections, and tensions about that are probably as high as they were here in the last presidential election.
The newspapers duly report the demonstrations here and there. Maybe there have been some demonstrations, but I've not heard of any yet over the issue.
A cleric in nearby Qatar called for a 'day of anger' on Friday. Friday is the usual day for marches and demonstrations.
It's nice to see that things which we think newsworthy here (or our media thinks is so) aren't necessarily at the top of the list in all Middle Eastern countries.