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In Pope's Trip to South Korea, Church Envisions Growth
NYT
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For Chinese, Pope Seems Worlds Away in South Korea
NYT

Pope Francis Holds First Public Mass in South Korea  (VIDEO)
WSJ

Pope Francis Calls for Peace and Reconciliation With North Korea
WSJ

Pope Francis Holds Mass to Huge Crowd in Seoul for Korean ...  (VIDEO)
WSJ

Pope Francis heads to South Korea for first visit to Asia
Washington Post

Papal visit underscores religious divide in Koreas - The ...
AP (carried by Wash Post, Fox News and 300+ affiliates)

Who Stopped China Catholics Going to South Korea?
AP (carried by ABC News, Yahoo! News, Salon and 200+ affiliates)

Pope Francis Squeezes Into a Kia for South Korea Visit
ABC News/Good Morning America (carried by dozens of ABC radio affiliates)

The future of Christianity in China: Sino-theology and the Pope
CNN (Hong Kong-- carried by 20+ affiliates)

Pope Francis to arrive in South Korea for his first Asia visit
CNN (Seoul-- carried by 100+ affiliates)

Pope visits South Korea  (VIDEO)                                         
France24 TV

Pope visits S. Korea with Asia in his sights
Agence France-Presse 
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Trip signals Vatican's shifting geographic focus
Korea Herald

Pope Francis Calls For 'Reconciliation' Between Two Koreas In First ...
International Business Times


 

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