January 19, 1964:  At the Mass being celebrated for President John F. Kennedy at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, 1,800 people were invited into the service and, outside, 3,000 onlookers surged against police lines. Onlookers at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross waited in 29-degree cold to catch a glimpse of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. As she appeared in the arched doorway of the Cathedral at the end of the service, the throng that had waited hours for a glimpse of her raised their voices in admiration and they applauded.