Here's what is on tap for Monday:
"FOX & Friends First"
Special Time: Starts at 5 a.m. ET
As Catholics around the world mourn the passing of Pope John Paul II (search), we'll examine his legacy with Sister Mary Ann Walsh, editor of "John Paul II: A Light for the World."
Documentary filmmaker Stephen Ray joins to explain how meeting the pontiff in person changed his life dramatically.
Anthony Destefano, author of "A Travel Guide to Heaven," explains how the pope's journey has only just begun.
Andrew Nagorski, senior editor for Newsweek magazine, examines the pope's transformation use of the media.
Plus, how will the next pope be picked? We'll get insight from Greg Tobin, author of "Selecting the Pope."
"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET
We'll get Polish reaction to the passing of Pope John Paul II from Bishop Jozef Guzdek, auxiliary bishop of Krakow (search).
Plus, veteran Vatican journalist, Robert Moynihan, editor of "Inside the Vatican," joins us from Rome to share his perspective on the pope.
President Bush met with the pope three times during his presidency. Tom Basile, former senior press adviser to the Coalition Provisional Authority, explains why he considers himself honored to witness one of them.
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Jim Nicholson shares his personal reflections on the pontiff gained during his tenure as U.S. ambassador to the Vatican.
How will the pope's death impact the future of the Catholic Church? We'll ask James Hitchcock, St. Louis University history professor and author of "The History of the Catholic Church."
Plus, how did the pope inspire world leaders? We'll ask Archbishop Celestino Migliore, permanent observer of The Holy See (search) to the United Nations.
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