Los Angeles Catholics Mourn the Pope

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At a church in downtown Los Angeles, immigrants from Latin America are among the many Catholics gathering to pay tribute to Pope John Paul II. Los Angeles is home to 5 million Catholics, and the pope visited in 1987, performing mass before huge crowds.

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