TWELVE more cardinals have been appointed to the Papal Commission for Revision of the Code of Canon Law. The Commission was instituted eight months ago by Pope Paul for the purpose of gathering material suggested for codification at the Vatican Council.
At that time, 28 cardinals' were appointed for the Commission, headed by Cardinal Ciriaci. The twelve additional cardinals who have been appointed are: Cardinal Gilroy, Archbishop of Sydney; Cardinal Gracias, Archbishop of Bombay; Cardinal Meyer, Archbishop of Chicago; Cardinal Koenig, Archbishop of Vienna; Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of Cologne; Cardinal Wyszynski, Primate of Poland; Cardinal Alfrink, Archbishop of Utrecht; Cardinal Rugambwa, Bishop of Bukoba; Cardinal Lefebvre, Archbishop of Bourges: Cardinal Caggiano, Archbishop of Buenos Aires; Cardinal Camara. Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro; and Ignatius Tappouni, Patriarch of Antiochia of the Syreans.