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Monday, April 4, 2005

Made-For-TV Pope

Pope John Paul II traveled the globe, acting as a universal shepherd. Wyatt Andrews spoke to experts about the pope's media savvy, and how he took TV cameras to the third world and loved the media.

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Papal Funeral Preparations

Can communion be served to two million people? Bob Schieffer takes a look at preparations for the pope's funeral mass, with reports from Correspondents Allen Pizzey and John Roberts.

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Pilgrims Flock To Rome

Pope John Paul II's body was taken to public viewing in St. Peter's Basilica. Outside, a river of people waited for a glimpse of the pope. John Roberts reports from Rome.

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John Paul's Legacy

Father Paul Robichaud discussed the legacy of Pope John Paul II and the future of the Catholic Church on The Early Show.

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A Soldier's Sacrifice Rewarded

President Bush will present the Medal of Honor to Sergeant Paul Ray Smith's family, who sacrificed his life at the beginning of the Iraq war. The Early Show's Tracy Smith reports.

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The Pope And U.S. Presidents

Pope John Paul II wasn't afraid to oppose the positions of U.S. presidents, whether in private or in public. CBS News' Bill Plante reports on his interaction with the U.S. presidency.

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Public Response To Pope

Harry Smith of The Early Show took a trip to St. Peter's Square to get reaction from visitors mourning the Pope.

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Royal Wedding, Funeral Clash

Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles' wedding may be put off due to the Pope's funeral. Both are scheduled for Friday and include some of the same guests. CBS News' Mark Phillips reports.

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Mourning Pope John Paul II

Cardinals from around the world are at the Vatican to pay their final respects to Pope John Paul II and to begin choosing the next pope. Father Paul Robichaud explained on The Early Show.

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Los Angeles Cardinal On Pope

Cardinal Roger Mahony of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles shared with The Early Show his personal experience with and views of Pope John Paul II.

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John Paul's Successor

Many are anxiously looking forward to seeing who replaces Pope John Paul II as the next leader of the Roman Catholic Church. CBS News' Richard Roth reports.

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Anticipating The Next Pope

Cardinals are heading to Rome, where they'll be choosing Pope John Paul II's successor. Authors Greg Tobin and Margaret Hebblethwaite explained how the process works on The Early Show.

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U.S. Catholics Mourn Pope

Pope John Paul II held a special place in the hearts of America's 65 million Catholics. The revered leader visited the U.S. more than any of his predecessors. CBS News' Trish Regan reports.

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Pope's Funeral Plans

Dignitaries and Vatican workers have visited Pope John Paul II to pay their final respects. In Rome, he is already being referred to as John Paul the Great. CBS News' Allen Pizzey reports.

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Evening News Online

Monday: Pilgrims flock to Rome, waterlogged Northeast and the girl who saved the pope.

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Around The World With The Pope

Pope John Paul II visited 116 countries during his 26-year papacy, and in 1995 48 Hours Correspondent Susan Spencer got an inside glimpse into how the pope travels.

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Who Will Succeed Pope?

Morley Safer reports on the process of electing Pope John Paul II's successor. As he reports, there's no shortage of opinions about who should lead one billion believers in the 21st century.

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60 Minutes- The Pope's Legacy

Correspondent Scott Pelley talks to Edmund Cardinal Szoka, the man the pope entrusted to run the Vatican. He also visits the pope?s own school for Americans, the West Point of seminaries.

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