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An in-depth look at the life, leadership and legacy of Pope John Paul II (search). We analyze his impact on social and cultural issues, and his influence on world politics. Plus, what's next for the Vatican?
Is the market completely distracted by what's happening at the Vatican? We'll ask Vince Farrell, chairman of Victory Capital Management; Jonathan Hoenig, portfolio manager at Capitalist Pig Asset Management; Mike Norman, founder of Economic Contrarian Update, and Jeanette Schwarz Young, president of J.A. Schwarz.
Pope John Paul II recognized both men and women's place in social and political life. But, if Sister Chris Schenk, executive director of Future Church, gets her way, women will soon have a place in the Catholic Church.
Plus, could the next pope be someone who's not a cardinal? We'll investigate with Jim Post, president of Voice of the Faithful.
And, will an American ever be selected pope? We'll get insight from Father Daniel Doyle, assistant professor of theology at Villanova University, and Father James Martin from American Magazine.
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