Correction: On this program, Charles Sennott of The Boston Globe said the Vatican supports the United Nations' plan for Jerusalem to be an international city. After a call from the Woodstock Theological Center in Washington, Sennott contacted us to say that he was wrong. The Holy See has not supported that plan since 1968, but does advocate a "special statute" which would protect the rights of the three religious communities in Jerusalem.
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