Why John F. Kennedy is a famous Catholic?

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John F. Kennedy was the first roman catholic president of the U.S.
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Why is John F. Kennedy famous?

John F. Kennedy is famous for being the 35th President of theUnited States. He was assassinated on November 22, 1963.

Why was John F. Kennedy so famous?

John F. Kennedy was the 35 th president of the United States of America. Over the course of his presidency, the "Space Race" took place; Kennedy wrote several speeches pertai

Why was John F. Kennedy famous?

John F. Kennedy was the 35th United States president. He is famousfor the Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty, the Cuban Missile Crisis and theBay of Pigs invasion.

Why is John F. Kennedy so famous?

Kennedy was young and good looking and had a pretty wife and twointersesting children. He was a good speaker and captured theimagination of the public. Then he was tragically

Was John F Kennedy famous?

Yes he was. He was the 35th president of the United States. He wasthe first Catholic President of the United States. He had a keyrole in the Cuban Missile Crisis. He was a gre

What were famous quotes by John F. Kennedy?

I find your question very interesting due to I can relate to some of his quotes. Some of my favorite ones are:. "A child miseducated is a child lost". JFK. "Change is the la

John F. Kennedy famous qoutes?

Probably his most famous quote is, "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country". This was given at his inaugural address in January of 1961

What made John F Kennedy famous?

There are several reasons. He came from a wealthy Boston family that was prominent in society. He was a Senator, a president, a WW2 war hero ( he saved a man when his PT boat

John f kennedys famous words?

Well he had several but his most famous would probably be, "Ask not what your country can do for you -- ask what you can do for your country."