November 11, 2004 4:11 pm
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Pope John Paul II (born Karol Jzef Wojtyla) visited more than 100 countries since his appointment on October 16, 1978. His papacy was a mixture of conservatism on issues such as birth control and progressiveness in support of workers and opposition to communism.
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