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June 16, 1993 | JOHN POLLACK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Midway through a six-day Spanish visit in grueling heat, a tired Pope John Paul II brought a get-with-the-program message to Spain's capital Tuesday: Live your faith, he told a nation weaned on Roman Catholicism but lately wed to secular materialism. "In a pluralistic society like yours, it is necessary to establish a greater and more incisive Catholic presence in all areas of public life . . . in the family, in the schools, in cultural life and in politics," John Paul said.
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June 16, 1993 | JOHN POLLACK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Midway through a six-day Spanish visit in grueling heat, a tired Pope John Paul II brought a get-with-the-program message to Spain's capital Tuesday: Live your faith, he told a nation weaned on Roman Catholicism but lately wed to secular materialism. "In a pluralistic society like yours, it is necessary to establish a greater and more incisive Catholic presence in all areas of public life . . . in the family, in the schools, in cultural life and in politics," John Paul said.
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January 18, 2005 | Tracy Wilkinson, Times Staff Writer
Across a valley of fragrant cedars and orange trees, worshipers at the pristine Great Mosque of Granada look out at the Alhambra, the 700-year-old citadel and monument to the heyday of Islamic glory. Granada's Muslims chose the hilltop location precisely with the view, and its unmistakable symbolism, in mind.
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February 18, 1997 | TYLER MARSHALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on Monday called the U.S.-German differences over the treatment of Scientologists "clearly a subject for bilateral discussion" but downplayed the issue in talks with German leaders and termed members' claims that they suffer from Nazi-style persecution "distasteful." U.S.
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