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Pope's Health / A Discussion #785341

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 31, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Panel discussion held with "Chicago Tribune" religion writer Steve Kloehn†, Georgetown University's E.J. Dionne & "New York Times" national religion correspondent Laurie Goodstein about Pope John Paul II. [In studio, GOODSTEIN - says this is a global pope who transcended his church & asserted the moral role of the church around the world.] [From Chicago, KLOEHN - describes how the pope brought people in during his live appearances such as his trip to Cuba; notes his draw to kids.] [From Washington, DIONNE - talks about the paradoxical conservative pope's dual legacy of liberal world achievements & his conservative doctrinal legacy.]

Brown, Aaron

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