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Cooke, Terence James,

1921–83, American Roman Catholic clergyman, b. New York City. He was ordained in 1945 after earning a B.A. from St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, N.Y. In 1957, Cooke was named secretary to Francis Cardinal Spellman and then became vice chancellor of the archdiocese of New York (1958), chancellor (1961), and auxiliary bishop (1965). Appointed archbishop of New York (1968) and cardinal (1969), Cooke led a campaign in the United States against legalized abortion.
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An empurpled Cardinal Terence Cooke did show up, to sprinkle holy water on the coffin as it entered the church door.
Bishops' conference president Joseph Bernadin and Cardinal Terence Cooke testify before the House of Representatives committee on the amendment.
Terence Cooke, 44, was stopped by UK customs officers in Coquelles, northern France, on a day-trip to Calais.
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After slow growth in the first few years, the number of builder participants in HOW increased dramatically in the late '70s, says Terence Cooke, HOW senior vice president.
He was reminiscing over CBS radio back in 1983, shortly after Cardinal Terence Cooke had died on the 6th of October.
Day's biographer William Miller shared his experience of that day: "At the church door, Cardinal Terence Cooke met the body to bless it.
Paul-Minneapolis Archbishop John Roach, then president of the National Conference of Catholic Bishops, asked Bernardin to succeed the late Cardinal Terence Cooke of New York as chairman of the bishops' Pro-Life Committee.
Later he held a number of senior positions in New York, including secretary to Cardinals Terence Cooke and John O'Connor, and two terms as rector of Dunwoodie seminary.