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    Sikh News From Philippines To Poland, Crowds Watch Pope's Funeral On Giant TV Screens (Canadian Press Via Yaho

    PARIS (CP) - Nearly a million people worshipped in a Polish field, North American faithful slipped into pews in pre-dawn darkness and Asians prayed by the thousands at outdoor masses, as the world bid farewell to Pope John Paul in a global event linked by giant television screens...
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    Sikh News California Interfaith Service Mirrors Pope's Outreach To Other Faiths (KRON 4 Bay Area)

    LOS ANGELES Leaders from nearly a dozen religious faiths have paid tribute to Pope John Paul at a service in Los Angeles. Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Sikh, Greek Orthodox and evangelical Christian leaders all took part in the service at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels...
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    Sikh News US Sikhs Express Grief On Pope's Death (New Kerala)

    [World News] Washington, Apr 3 : Sikh community in the United States today expressed grief on the death of Pope John Paul II saying the pontiff promoted inter-faith understanding...
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    Sikh News Pope's Funeral On Same Day As Royal Wedding (Edinburgh Evening News)

    THE Pope's funeral will be held on Friday - the same day that Prince Charles is due to marry Camilla Parker Bowles. http://us.rd.yahoo.com/dailynews/rss/search/sikh/SIG=11p815cue/*http%3A//edinburghnews.scotsman.com/uk.cfm?id=357002005
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    Mourners Share Grief In Pope's Tech-savvy Footsteps (AFP)

    AFP - Pope John Paul II was known as a gifted communicator in an electronic age and his followers are making creative use of e-mail, mobile phones and text messages to share their grief...
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    Pope's Condition Takes Turn For Worse (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - ROME, April 1 -- The precarious health of Pope John Paul II took a sudden turn for the worse Thursday when he developed a high fever caused by a urinary tract infection, Vatican officials said. The pontiff was being treated with antibiotics...
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    Pope's Feeding Tube Brings End-of-Life Questions Closer (washingtonpost.com)

    washingtonpost.com - ROME, March 30 -- A decision by Pope John Paul II's doctors to feed him through a nasal tube takes the treatment of the chronically ill pontiff closer to the ethically and religiously wrenching decisions of what medical measures should be taken to prolong life and for how...