News from my friend Chris Pham at CatholicTV:
On Friday, July 10th, Pope Benedict will meet with President Barack Obama in Rome. Coverage of this Vatican event will be televised on CatholicTV.com and on CatholicTV where available.
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Once they’ve allowed the photographers their opportunity, Pope Benedict and President Obama will speak alone and in private for what will likely be less than one hour.
The meeting between the Pope and President Obama will be broadcast on July 10th, at noon (Eastern) and will be rebroadcast at 8PM.
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