Topics and Guests: April 4

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A hundred thousand mourners gather in Rome to say goodbye to Pope John Paul II (search) — and millions more are on their way — as the pope lies in state at St. Peter's Basilica.

Plus, an exclusive jailhouse interview with a convicted murderer who owes his life to the pope.

And, Terri Schiavo's (search) autopsy results won't be in for weeks. So why are her parents already unhappy with the autopsy? We'll investigate.

Could major changes be on the way to stop the decline of the Catholic Church in America? Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, former lieutenant governor of Maryland and the oldest of the Kennedy grandchildren, speaks out.

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