Visiting Cardinal Gregory Agagianian, Direct Advisor to Pope John XXIII, conducted High mass at the Myung Dong Catholic Cathedral in Seoul this morning (Sunday) and thousands of Korean Roman Catholics attended in the mass.
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Big arch in the Myung Dong Catholic Cathedral welcoming Cardinal Agagianian.
Korean Roman Catholics praying in front of Marian statue at the Myung Dong Cathedral.
Shot of Myung Dong Catholic Cathedral and Marian statue.
Catholics go into mass in the Cathedral.
Many Catholic students welcoming Cardinal Agagianian with flags in their hands. Cardinal blessing the Catholics and walking into Cathedral.
Hundreds of Catholics in the mass.--interior.
A shot of Cardinal in the Cathedral.
Cathedral filled with catholics.
Cardinal Agagianian reading mass.
Vice President Chang and Mrs. Chang in the mass.
Soldiers and monks in the mass.
Cardinal still reading mass.
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Cardinal Agagianian blessing catholics in the mass.
Whole scene of cathedral and catholics in the mass.
Vice President and Mrs. Chang listening Cardinal's blessing.
Cardinal Agagianian still reading mass.
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Background: Visiting Cardinal Gregory Agagianian, Direct Advisor to Pope John XXIII, conducted High mass at the Myung Dong Catholic Cathedral in Seoul this morning (Sunday) and thousands of Korean Roman Catholics attended in the mass. Among the Catholics attended in the mass this morning was ROK Vice President John M. Chang, Mrs. Chang and entire Catholic leaders in Seoul.
Cardinal Agagianian arrived in Korea last 5th from Taiwan for an eight-day tour of Catholic missions in Korea. Previously he attended a religious conference in Saigon and plan to visit Japan before returning to Rome from Korea.