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Thousands Mourn Pope in Mass at St. Peter's

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Thousands Mourn Pope in Mass at St. Peter's

Thousands Mourn Pope in Mass at St. Peter's

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Tens of thousand of people poured into Saint Peter's Square in Rome to celebrate the life of Pope John Paul II, who died Saturday at 84. Cardinal Angelo Sodano said the church's "unforgettable father" had been called to God after leading the church into the third millennium.

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