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Crediton (Anglican), Mgr. Gordon Wheeler, Administrator of Westminster Cathedral. and Rev. Edward Richards (Methodist) will be taking part in the annual Unity meeting which is one of the largest in the country. Over 2,000 are expected to attend. Other meetings will be taking place in Oxford, Cambridge, Kidderminster, Worcester, Coventry and Spode House.
SALFORD: Several meetings will be held on a local basis, including two in Denton and Swinton. Fr. Lang, Bishop Beck's secretary, told the CATHOLIC HERALD that the Unity Prayer leaflet was "almost sold out", but that more supplies were on their way.
PORTSMOUTH: Bishop Holland, Coadjutor to Archbishop King. will be speaking during the week at unity meetings in Abingdon, Southampton University and Salisbury Meetings of this kind were more numerous than last year. Bishop Holland told the CATHOLIC HERALD.
SHREWSBURY: Many ministers are expected to attend Catholic services during the week. There is a large leaflet in St.
Mary's Anglican Church drawing attention to the sermon on unity to be delivered by Bishop Grasar at the Cathedral of Our Lady Help of Christians on Wednesday.
LEEDS: A "special effort" will be made this year to encourage all non-Catholics and their friends to take part in Church activities. Meetings and discussions have been taking place throughout the year on a local level.
IN SCOTLAND: Arrangements are being left to the discretion of the parish priests concerned, and they have been asked to make a special effort to recite public prayers for unity.
Also included in the survey were many of the country's leading universities. Here students will be playing their full part in the Octave by continuous prayer and renewed contact with members of other Christian university societies.
LIVERPOOL: Several thousand students will attend a large meeting on Tuesday under the auspices of the Guild of undergraduates. There will be speakers of all denominations and the Vice-Chancellor of the University will be in the chair. Non-Catholic students will be particularly welcome at the chaplaincy. MANCHESTER: There will be an uninterrupted day of prayer in all churches, including that of the Catholic Chaplaincy. This will "emphasise both the unity in desire and the lack of unity in fact" the chaplain, Fr. Benjamin Winterborn, told the Cscrootic HERALD.
OXFORD: The Newman Society, official Catholic Society for the University, is organising continuous prayer each day at the Old Palace. There will be a public meeting on Wednesday, where speakers will include Bishop Holland as well as Anglican and Methodist Churchmen.
LONDON: An hour of prayer will be arranged in St. Patrick's Church, Soho Square, after the Trafalgar Square meeting. There will also be meetings in all the colleges with other Christian societies.
BIRMINGHAM: Mass with commentary will be celebrated this evening. There will be daily prayers. and students will join other student Christian societies for discussions.
LEEDS: Wednesday will see a special service in the chaplaincy church at which all students, whether Catholic or not, will be welcome.