In his words at today's midday Angelus, Pope Benedict spoke about the Holy Family, drawing from the Gospel reading for Mass (Luke 2:41-52) about Mary and Joseph finding Jesus in the temple. Speaking in Spanish about a demonstration for the family held today in Madrid, the Pope said encouraged Christians "to bear witness serenely
but firmly that the family is based on the marriage of a man and a
woman, so as to safeguard it and promote it, because it is of the
utmost importance for the present and the future of humanity." Here is his English-language greeting after the Angelus prayer:
I will add a link to a full translation when available. The Daily Bulletin has the original text in Italian, with the Spanish portion as mentioned, and with greetings in several languages. Asia News has an article.
Later in the day, the Pope visited a soup kitchen to have lunch with the poor of Rome. Vatican Radio has an audio report on that visit and on the earlier Angelus address.