Whether you love him, hate him, or can’t quite figure him out, there is no denying that Pope John Paul II has left his mark on both the church and the world during the last twenty years. Certainly one indication of the pope’s stature was the decision of PBS’s prestigious series "Frontline" to inaugurate its new season with a two-and-a-half-hour examination of Karol Wojtyla’s life and papacy on September 28. When it comes to the...
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