Page 2, 23rd July 1971

23rd July 1971
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Page 2, 23rd July 1971 — Visit to Yugoslav shrine possible

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People: Karlo Balic
Locations: Marija Bistrica, Zagreb, Rome


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Visit to Yugoslav shrine possible

POPE PAUL may visit Yugoslavia next month, according to Fr. Karlo Balic, 72, a Yugoslav Franciscan priest who is 'president of the International Papal Marianic Commission, which has its headquarters in Rome.

He said the Pope would probably limit his visit to a pilgrimage to a shrine of the Virgin Mary at the Croatian village of Marija Bistrica, near Zagreb, so as •to avoid turning it into a State visit.

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