DAILY CATHOLIC     FRI-SAT-SUN     November 6-8, 1998     vol. 9, no. 218

from a CATHOLIC perspective

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          WASHINGTON (CWNews.com) -- A Mass in the Trans World Dome and an encounter with young people at the Kiel Center arena will be the highlights of the January visit by Pope John Paul II to St. Louis.

          The Holy Father will arrive at Lambert airport shortly after noon on January 26. After a welcoming ceremony he will then travel to the residence of Archbishop Justin Rigali, and then to the Kiel Center-- home of the professional ice-hockey team, the St. Louis Blues-- for a prayer service aimed at young people from the central United States. The following morning he will preside at Mass at the Trans World Dome, return to the archbishop's residence for a meeting with American bishops, and then lead a Vespers service at the St. Louis cathedral before heading back to Lambert for his return flight to Rome.

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Nov 6-8, 1998       volume 9, no. 218


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