Pope in Poland

Host Liane Hansen talks with NPR's Sylvia Poggioli in Krakow, Poland, where Pope John Paul II this morning celebrated an outdoor mass before 2 million of his countrymen. In his homily, the pontiff bemoaned a world beset by problems and that man has come to act as if God doesn't exist, with the advent of scientific exploration of genetics and the expanding use of euthanasia.



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