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Pope Benedict XVI Celebrates Mass in Washington, D.C.

More than 46,000 people attended Pope Benedict's papal Mass at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., on April 17. Benedict is on his first papal visit to the United States this week.

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For Crowd, Miraculous Moments
Article | The crowd that mobbed Nationals Park to see, or just be near, Pope Benedict XVI yesterday was a joyous, kaleidoscopic tableau of Catholics and non-Catholics from across the country who said they were drawn by faith, hope and a sense of the history of the moment.
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Pope Benedict XVI Celebrates Mass in Washington, D.C.
Photos | More than 46,000 people attended Pope Benedict's papal Mass at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., on April 17. Benedict is on his first papal visit to the United States this week.
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Pope Stresses Human Rights, Ethical Science
Article | UNITED NATIONS, April 18 -- Pope Benedict XVI, using the stage provided by the United Nations, gently but forcefully warned on Friday against the perils of the modern world -- technology and science that violate "the order of creation," environmental degradation, the abuse of human rights and the...
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