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April 4, 2005
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Jewish leaders remembered Pope John Paul II as a champion of peace and of Catholic-Jewish reconciliation. John Paul, who died Saturday night in Rome at 84 after a long illness, fought to undo centuries of church-based anti-Semitism, and — after a young adulthood spent in World War II Poland — to spread recognition of the horrors of the Holocaust.

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