The Roman Association held its seventysecond annual meeting arid dinner at the Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, on April 27. Mgr. James Redmond presided, and seventy-four members attended, among whom was the Bishop of Shrewsbury. The Rev. J. O'Connor, of St. Cuthbert's, Bradford, was elected President for the ensuing year. The next meeting will be at Derby.
The arrangements made for the Gray Scholarship examination were approved, and it was decided to revive the Association Burse, and offer it for competition next year.
The objects of the Roman Association are to foster the interests of the English College in Rome, particularly by offering scholarships to ecclesiastical students of the dioceses of England and Wales, and to preserve the spirit of the College among its exalumni. The Secretary is the Rev. L. W. Jones, Cotton College, North Staffs.