President John F. Kennedy gives his inaugural address at the Capitol in Washington after taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 1961. AP/File
President John F. Kennedy delivers his inaugural address in Washington on Jan. 20, 1961. AP/File
Democratic presidential candidate John F. Kennedy speaks to a crowd gathered at the riverfront in Memphis, Tenn., on Sept. 21, 1960. Newscom/File
Sen. John F. Kennedy speaks to supporters in Chicago, Ill., on Nov. 4, 1960. AP/File
President John F. Kennedy congratulates astronaut Alan B. Shepard, Jr., the first American in space, on his historic May 5, 1961, ride in the Freedom 7 spacecraft and presents him with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Distinguished Service Award, in Washington on May 6, 1961. NASA/CNP-PHOTOlink/Newscom/File
President John F. Kennedy delivers his State of the Union Address to a Joint Session of Congress at the Capitol in Washington on Jan. 11, 1962. Arnie Sachs/CNP-PHOTOlink/Newscom/File
President John F. Kennedy gives a speech at Cape Canaveral, Fla., on Feb. 23, 1962. Schulman-Sachs/Newscom/File
President John F. Kennedy confirms that missile-launching bases had been installed on the island of Cuba in a speech for television on March 11, 1962. Schulman-Sachs/Newscom/File
President Kennedy gives his 'Ich bin ein Berliner' speech in Germany on June 26, 1963. AKG-Images/Newscom/File
Jackie Kennedy letters: She wrote more than 30 intimate letters to an Irish priest before and after she married John F. Kennedy. In one letter, Jackie Kennedy worried that her husband "loves the chase and is bored with conquest."
ByStaff, Associated Press
Jacqueline Kennedy's letters to an Irish priest written over a 14-year correspondence have revealed new details about the closely guarded thoughts of the fiercely private former first lady, including her questions of faith following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.