SIR,-May I offer congratula lions to Father C. P. Scarborough, Caterham, Surrey, on his most delightful "Easter Garden" (C.H., April 3, 1959). Ohl if this great idea could only be adopted universally, what an exciting impetus it would give to our Easter joys! So it originated in the Anglican Church! And did not the Anglican Church first give us the idea of the Church Unity Octave now world wide? The conclusion is obvious. Let us pray that Rome will encourage, bless and sanction this grand innovation. To me it seems illogical and inconsistent that while we show His Crib (with its humiliations) at Christmastide we neglect, in our churches, to display His glorious triumph at Easter.
(Fr.) Basil, 0. Cam.
White Abbey, Kildare.