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Pope / Returns Home / Aftereffects of United States Visit #501878

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 08, 1979
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(Studio) Pope John Paul II's return to Italy reported; films shown.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(No location given) Legacy of John Paul's United States visit, both emotional and theological, examined; films shown. John Paul's stance on divorce, marriage, abortion and birth control recalled. [POPE - speaks on birth control.] [PEOPLE - respond.] [John PAUL - reaffirms church's sexism.] [Women's Org. Conf. spokesperson Pat SKANTZE - comments.] Pontiff's mtg with Sister Theresa Kane with regard to role of women in church recalled, shown. [KANE - says church must be responsive.] Nun's protest during papal talk shown.
REPORTER: Lee McCarthy

Chancellor, John;
McCarthy, Lee

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