See, Judge and Act—the method of the Young Christian Workers the world over, will be the keynote of the Y.C.G. training week which opens next week at the Sacred Heart Convent, Tunbridge Wells.
An attractive brochure outlining the course of study and the aim of the training school has been issued. It is brightly illustrated and written in an easy, attractive style. Ouotatiors from its pages follow.
" Prayer, of course comes first. This brings us straight to the primary purpose of Iles week We arc here LO train as Apostles of Christ the King. Our experience has shown us that all a postol ic work is fruitless unless it is founded on a solid spiritual basis. So we shall dedicate each day to God through' our morning meditation and Dialogue Mass (in which we shall take our part audibly); lie shall accompany us through the day and at night we shall bring our day to His feet at Cornpline (audible once more I) and evening meditation "
Detailed notes of the approach required from the audience at lectures is given. Silence for the speaker—notes to be taken 1-7 one mernbei of each section " for the benefit of all those not here "—questions to be asked loudly enough for all in the room to hear. The two extremes in study circles — the sealed lips and the patrol-conversationalist—are warned to strike a happy and Christian balance
The value of rest, silence, sleep, all things merging towards the mind trained fat action—Catholic action— are stressed. See—Judge—Act. This school at Tunbridge Wells promises to be one of the most successful held in this country for the Y.C.G. It is organised in a professional way—with success as its objective.