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Pope's US Visit #890305

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 15, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The visit by Pope Benedict XVI to the US introduced.

(Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland: Dan Harris) The serious and the chipper sides of the pope featured; scenes shown of his arrival at Andrews Air Force Base, on the plane and greeting people. [POPE - says we are ashamed of the priest scandal.] [At press conference, two abuse VICTIMS - respond.] [Pontifical Liturgical Inst. in Rome professor Father Keith PECKLERS†- outlines the aim of the pope's visit.] The pope's itinerary and agenda for the week noted.

(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: Cokie Roberts) The issues President Bush wants to talk about in his meeting tomorrow with the pope, especially the idea of an interfaith dialogue, discussed.

Gibson, Charles;
Harris, Dan;
Roberts, Cokie

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