Published on Jan 31, 2023
Benedict XVI’s body viewed by over 60,000 people at the Vatican on first day of viewing
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The Facts Inside Our Reporter’s Notebook Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI's body rested in St. Peter's Basilica in Italy on Monday as tens of thousands of people gathered to pay their respects.
Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI passed away over the weekend at age 95.
Right after 9 a.m. (0800 GMT), the doors of the basilica were opened to the public, some of whom had waited for hours to pay their respects. Monday was the first of three days of viewing, for which the security officials expected a crowd of at least 25,000-30,000 people, but by the end of the first day...
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