THE daily intentions approved by Cardinal Griffin for the octave are
January 18.—Feast of St. Peter's Chair at Rome; Unity of all Christians and the peace of the world.
January 19.—Separated Eastern Christians.
January 20.—Separated English Christians.
January 21.—Separated Christians in Europe.
January 22.—Separated Christians in America.
January 23.—The return of lapsed Catholics.
January 24. — Jews a n d Mahomedans.
January 25.—Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul: The conversion of the heathen.
is the return to Unity of all "the other sheep," the Augustinian Fathers of the International College of St. Monica will officiate and the choir will be provided by the Friars Minor.
The Franciscan Friars of the Atonement — whose founder, Fr. Paul, began the octave when he was still an Anglican—will officiate on the second day. Since the intention is for the return to Unity of all dissident Eastern Christians, the Friars will be assisted by students from the College of St. Josophat and from the Ethiopian, Russian, Greek and Armenian Colleges.
The Ven. English College will provide the servers and choir on the third day, when the intention is the return of non-Catholics in England.
Special ceremonies will also be held daily in about 60 other churches in Rome and many religious orders and congregations will have ceremonies in their own churches.
Eight Cardinals — including the Holy Father's Vicar General, Cardinal Micara—will preside and officiate in the Gest' and other churches.
Many associations, colleges, and seminaries are sponsoring exhibitions of various Unity activities.