Pope John Paul II - Visit to Cracow

August 2002

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Pope John Paul II sits in a chair in the God's Mercy Basilica in Krakow.
Consecrating the basilica at a shrine where he used to pray
on his way to forced labor in a salt quarry under the Nazis,
John Paul referred to evil in the world, making what appeared to be
references to the Sept. 11 terror attacks and their aftermath.