The proliferation of books on the problems to be solved if faiths are to unite may do what is desired -- if the right people read them. Here is another book, which touches on all the key topics. ""The Bible and Reunion"" is treated by Walter M. Abbott, S.J.; ""The Liturgy"", by Shawn G. Sheehan; ""Ecclesiology and Ecumenics"", by Gustave Weigel, S.J.; ""Eastern Churches and Primacy"", by Paul Mailleux, S.J.; ""Catholic Trends"", by Charles Boyer, S.J.; ""The Layman's Potential"", by Father Robert V. Hovda; ""The Present Direction of the Non-Catholic Movement"" by Bernard Leeming, S.J.; ""Prayer and Christian Unity"", by the Father General of the Society of the Atonement. The book covers much of the same ground as several others. But perhaps somewhere along the line this book may have a greater appeal to some who must take the lead in this movement. It certainly will help to create a climate of opinion which may hasten the day of unity.