This time from 1963. Cardinals and bishops are rarely a liturgically-oriented bunch, except for the rare Bruskewitz or Burke. This clip is particularly bad. It comes from President John Kennedy's funeral, predictably a low Mass—perhaps to avoid the embarrassment of a long Catholic presentation on the topic of death in a protestant country Kennedy won with his "my faith, not my religion" buncombe. Cardinal Cushing begins the consecration at 4:30. See if you can catch the Simili modo post quam... at 5:10 or even find the Cardinal's nose at 5:22!