Here's what is on tap for Wednesday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

The Catholic Church stands at a crossroads. Will they go in a different direction or will they stay the course set by Pope John Paul II? We'll ask Father Jonathon Morris, vice rector of the Legionaries of Christ Seminary and a FOX News contributor.

Plus, Michael Jackson's defense team gets its chance to shake the testimony of a 24-year-old man who said he was molested years ago by the pop star. How did the defense do? We'll get the legal lowdown from Craig Mitnick, criminal defense attorney and FOX News legal analyst.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Why does former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger (search) think Pope John Paul II was one of the greatest men of the last century? We'll ask him.

We'll look at the pope's life in pictures with Bob Sullivan, author of "Pope John Paul II: A Tribute."

Plus, we'll get reaction to the pope's death from Meg Greene, author of "John Paul II: A Biography."

Did testimony from Michael Jackson's former accuser crumble under cross-examination? We'll ask Don Schweitzer, criminal defense attorney and former Orange County deputy district attorney.

With the news that Peter Jennings is suffering from lung cancer, what is the future of network news? Jeff Alan, author of "Anchoring America," weighs in.

Plus, the self-described "Champion for the Cause of Romance," Fabio (search), joins us to discuss his new reality show!

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