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The faculty of the Jesuit College at Woodstock, Md., has voted to unite with the Yale University Divinity school and move to New Haven if Rome approves the plan.

Woodstock College is the final seminary of the 15-year program of studies most Jesuits undergo before ordination into the priesthood. The College will retain its separate legal identity in the cooperative venture which the Yale Corporation has approved. The Jesuit faculty would share the Divinity School facilities until a decision is reached about what kind of building, if any, would need to be constructed.

Talks about possible affiliation began in Feb., 1966.

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