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Friday, April 1, 2005

American Catholics Pray

Although Catholics in the U.S. are saddened by grief over the pope's condition, they are praying for a peaceful passing, reports Jim Axelrod.

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The Pope's Swift Decline

The Pope will not suffer or feel pain in a condition known as septic shock, where he experiences a domino effect of organ failure, reports Elizabeth Kaledin.

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Pope Hovers Near Death

Catholics around the world are praying tonight for Pope John Paul II, whose time appears to be growing short, reports Allen Pizzey.

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Pope Situation 'Grave'

The Vatican says Pope John Paul is in 'very grave' condition and has been visited by the archbishop - who would run the church between popes. Bianca Solorzano reports from Rome.

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Jane Fonda- 'A Betrayal'

Jane Fonda sat down with 60 Minutes Correspondent Lesley Stahl to discuss one regret from her past: her visit to a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun site used to shoot down U.S. pilots.

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Pope's Condition Detailed

Pope John Paul's health has reached crisis level, possibly because of septic shock. CBS News' Dr. Sean Kenniff explains what that means and what the implications are for the ailing pontiff.

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U.S. Vigil For Pope

News of Pope John Paul II's failing health has Catholics in the U.S. praying for him. CBS News Correspondent Trish Regan reports.

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Pope's Problems Explained

Pope John Paul II has suffered heart failure and septic shock. Dr. Peter Schlegel of New York Presbyterian Hospital explained on The Early Show.

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Insight On Pope's Health

Marco Tosatti, Vatican correspondent for the Italian newspaper 'La Stampa,' joined The Early Show to help shed some light on what's been happening with Pope John Paul II and the Vatican.

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McCain Addresses Issues

Senator John McCain, appearing on The Early Show, discusses the death of Terri Schiavo, Pope John Paul II's failing health and the critical WMD report.

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Update- Pope's Health

The latest official report from the Vatican said Pope John Paul II is conscious and lucid but remains in 'very serious' condition. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Pope's Condition Explained

Dr. Michael Kaplitt tells The Early Show about Pope John Paul II's medical condition, including his Parkinson's disease and the nasal feeding tube that he now has.

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Fla.'s Jessica Lundsford Act

In response to the kidnapping and murder of 9-year-old Jessica Lunsford, Florida lawmakers may require sex offenders to wear electronic tracking bracelets. CBS News Kelly Cobiella reports.

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Scathing Intel Report

A presidential commission is expected to release a scathing report today on the nation's spy agencies. It could lead to big changes. CBS News' Bill Plante reports.

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