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Diane and her guests talk about life and legacy of Pope John Paul II, who died Saturday at the age of 84.
- Dr. Eileen Lindner deputy general secretary of the National Council of Churches and a Presbyterian minister
- Fr. Robert Drinan professor of law at Georgetown University
- Radek Sikorski resident fellow and executive director of the New Atlantic Initiative at the American Enterprise Institute
- The Very Reverend David O'Connell, C.M. president of the Catholic University of America
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