A SUGGESTION that parts
of Protestant worship should he used in Catholic seminaries, such as the Evensong of the Book of Common Prayer, was made at a N a t Iona] Workshop on Christian Unity held in Boston last week.
Mgr. Myles Bourke. 'of St. Joseph's Seminary, Yonkers. New York. said Evensong could be suitably used on occasion "as a means of familiarising seminarians with what has been called an outstanding example of traditional Catholic prayer, and of uniting them in spirit with those who, though separated, are their brothers in Christ through Baptism."
Some 200 clergy, including Protestant and Orthodox observers, attended the session, at which Mgr. Bourke spoke on "The Role of the Seminary in the Ecumenical Movement". He stressed the value of dialogue between Catholic seminarians and other theological students.
More than 40 residents of Covera. New South Wales. led by an Australiap missionary, Fr. Anthcmy Glynn, who is stationed at Nara, Japan, visited a cemetery at Cowra for Japanese war dead and enacted the Japanese custom of burning incense and pouring tea over the graves. Fr. Glynn had promised a Buddhist leader at Nara to honour the war dead. He is taking pebbles from the cemeptearryen hack to Japan for the MCP'S
• MEXICO CITY The Catholic university city now being buile on the outskirts of Mexico City should he ready for students before the end of this year. The project, costing nearly £6 million, will cater for 10.000 students from all parts of Latin America,