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ZATHOLIC March 7, 1998 Page 9 @ Wooden ~ / : VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- With hun- of their faithful, friends and rela- ion, a Canadian and two U.S. the College of Cardi- a new and closer bond with Paul II. pope is a very warm person, and easy to be enveloped in his warmth friendliness," said Cardinal Francis Ceorge of Chicago, just an hour after walked up the stairs in front of St. Basilica to receive his red hat from pope. those also joining what the described as "the senate of the were J. Francis Stafford, former archhishon of Denver and president of the ton ,, tifical Council for the Laity;, and txl--- .US uysl M. Ambrozic of Toronto. With the newly red-clad prelates, the ~embership of the College of Cardinals use to 165, 122 of whom are under the age of 80 and therefore eligible to vote in a COnclave to elect a new pope. _ Cardinal Stafford, nresident of the atifical Council the Laity and for urtrler . . r.._, archblshoo of Denver, said, I was the Holy Father and he had a very erltle smile." -eb. 21-22 was a For the new cardinals, V Weekend ce packed with solemn liturgical Onies and formal receptions. he---along the way, Slovenians oumum- ti' Canadians at events honoring Car- Arnbrozic. Born in Slovenia, he New Cardinal Francis E. George of Chicago receives the red hat from Pope John Paul II during the consistory ceremony at St. Peter's Square Feb. 21. moved to Canada when he was in his late Cardinal Stafford's hometown --- lined up teens, in the auditorium to offer their congratu- At a reception hosted by the Canadian lations to the new prince of the church. government, which sent a Cabinet minis- Cardinal Stafford said that in joining ter to Rome for the consistory, Cardinal the College of Cardinals, q've been called Ambrozic praised his adopted country for again to say that Christ and his Church its openness to all peoples and all cultures, are calling us to witness, even to the point At North American College, the U.S.of giving our lives." seminary in Rome, hundreds of lay One of the first to greet the new car- people, priests and nuns from the Arch- dinal was Father Bob Reycraft of Guard- diocese of Denver and from Baltimore -- ian Angels Parish in Denver. He said he traveled to Rome with about 80 others because, "it's a great honor for Denver and the archdiocese. He was with us for 10 years" as archbishop. "We've never had anyone associated with Denver become a cardinal before," he said. Pope John Paul included the pilgrims in his speeches and homilies over the weekend: "Starting today the new cardi- nals will have an even greater need of your spiritual support; accompany them always with your prayers as you have al- ready done," he said Feb. 21. Among the well-wishers gathering at the U.S. seminary Feb. 22 to honor Car- dinal George was his brother-in-law, James Cain, who read the first reading at the morning's papal Mass. The cardinal's sister, Margaret Cain, said no one was surprised her brother became a cardinal -- it's practically auto- matic for the archbishop of Chicago to join the College of Cardinals. But when he was named to Chicago after less than a year as archbishop of Portland, Ore., "that was a surprise," his sister said. She said she thought being a cardinal would not change her brother; qt'sjust a little perk." Cardinal George said the role of a cardinal, besides electing a new pope, was to be more closely associated with the universal Church, particularly through serving as a member of various Vatican congregadom and councils. "We are integrated into the Roman Curia as advisers," he said. Crucifixes to be in Georgetown buildings (GNS) m Georgetown questioned why there were crosses on place crucifixes in class- the walls in some buildings but not in but one building on the Je- others. the school's presi- The student association in October ap- LeoJ. O'Donovan has proved a resolution asking the adminis- tration to place crucifixes in every class- a Feb. 20 letter, Father O'Donovan room. The measure was vetoed by the the university's chaplain, organization's president the next day and Father Adam BunneU, and its later overridden by the association. Since fstudents, James Donahue, to "ex- then, the question has been debated in select and place a variety ofthe campus newspapers, in meetings of and crucifixes in the classrooms students, faculty and staff, and in the on Georgetown's main Washington Catholic community. the exception of the Bunn Washington Cardinal James A. Hickey Center. in November wrote in the archdiocesan the school year began last fall, newspaper, the Cathofic Standard, that he students and faculty and "can't imagine why a university, run by Catholic community had de- the Society of Jesus and operating under to put crucifixes in every a pontifical charter, would have to debate issue arose after students the issue." 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