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While visiting a school for the deaf and hearing-impaired, Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua allows a child to try on his miter.
Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua.
Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua at work in his office at the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center.
Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua greets a parishioner.
Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua at the opening of the library named after him.
The late Cardinal John P. Foley (left) joins Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua (second from left) and another prelate to see the Liberty Bell.
Cardinal John Krol installs Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua as archbishop of Philadelphia.
Cardinal Bevilacqua reads from the Gospels during the celebration of Mass.
Cardinal Bevilacqua celebrates Mass.
Cardinal Bevilacqua at a Phillies game May 19, 1989.
Then-Cardinal Ratzinger at the podium, Cardinal Bevilacqua on right.
Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua with his mother, 1944.
Blessed John Paul II with Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua in 1988.
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