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Roman Catholic Church officials greet Pope John Paul II as he arrives in Texas, one of nine stopping points scheduled for his US visit.  During the pope's tour, vehicle transportation and security will be provided under Volant Silver, a joint Military Airlift Command/Secret Service operation

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