8 Jurist 386 (1948)
Chronicle

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GENERAL
His Eminence, Clemente Cardinal Micara, has succeeded the late Cardinal
Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte as Cardinal Protector of the Capuchins.
His Eminence, Francis Cardinal Spellman, preached at the Solemn Pontifical
Mass opening the ceremonies of the centenary celebration of the Melbourne
Archdiocese.
Most Rev. Joseph F. Rummel, D.D., Archbishop of New Orleans, celebrated
the Pontifical Mass which commemorated the centenary of the arrival of the
Marianite Sisters in New Orleans. Most Rev. Jules 'B. Jeanmard, D.D., Bishop
of Lafayette, preached the sermon.
On June 4, Most Rev. John F. Noll, D.D., Bishop of Fort Wayne, celebrated
a Pontifical Mass in observance of the golden jubilee of his ordination.
The 59th annual meeting of the Alumni of the North American College
was held in Washington, D. C. A committee was appointed at the meeting
to promote the raising of the approximately $350,000 necessary for the building
of the chapel on the site of the new seminary.
March 31-April 2, the 45th annual meeting of the National Catholic Edu-
cational Association was held in San Francisco.
June 7-10, the 33rd annual convention of the Catholic Hospital Association
was held in Cleveland and projected the formulation of a Code of Medical
Moral Practice for Catholic Hospitals.
May 10-13, the convention of the Catholic Chaplains' Association was held
in New York.
May 20, 21, the 38th annual convention of the Catholic Press Association
was held in Cleveland.
June 21-24, the 29th annual Franciscan Educational Conference was held at
St. Joseph's Seminary, Westmont, Illinois.

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