Thousands continuing filing past pope's body
Tens of thousands of mourners continue arriving in Rome to pay their respects to Pope John Paul. There is speculation the number of visitors in the coming days may match the city's population of three million.
The line to view the pontiff's body has been long and steady, with some people waiting more than six hours to get inside St. Peter's Basilica. Those who waited outside overnight were given croissants and tea. One woman who brought her three daughters to the Vatican from the Tuscan port area says she's hopeful it is "deep faith" and not curiosity that's bringing the throngs of people.