Pope John Paul II greets a young man Aug. 15, 1993, during a mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Denver, Co. When Pope John Paul II is brought a step away from sainthood on Sunday, the event will be celebrated in cathedrals, high schools and homes by American Catholics who revere the Polish pontiff like no other head of the Roman Catholic church before him.
Pope John Paul II greets a young man Aug. 15, 1993, during a mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Denver, Co. When Pope John Paul II is brought a step away from sainthood on Sunday, the event will be celebrated in cathedrals, high schools and homes by American Catholics who revere the Polish pontiff like no other head of the Roman Catholic church before him. The Associated Press
Pope John Paul II greets a young man Aug. 15, 1993, during a mass at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Denver, Co. When Pope John Paul II is brought a step away from sainthood on Sunday, the event will be celebrated in cathedrals, high schools and homes by American Catholics who revere the Polish pontiff like no other head of the Roman Catholic church before him. The Associated Press

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