Pope Paul VI, left, and President Lyndon B. Johnson are seen during the Pontiff's visit to New York in this October 4, 1965 file photo. The trip presented protocol problems. President Johnson wanted ... more 
Pope Paul VI, left, and President Lyndon B. Johnson are seen during the Pontiff's visit to New York in this October 4, 1965 file photo. The trip presented protocol problems. President Johnson wanted to see him, but the pontiff was a chief of a state not officially recognized by the U.S.. The solution: Johnson flew to New York for dinner at the apartment of his friend Arthur Goldberg, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, and the pontiff was welcomed to Johnson's suite at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel the next day. (AP Photo/File) less 
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