Salient: Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 28, No. 11. 1965.
The functions of a cathedral, the Dean pointed out, could be expected to broaden with the increasing opportunities for combined worship. As he sees it, the most important task is to bring the project to its fruition, because of the difficulties that would be involved in "getting the balloon in the air again once it was brought down."
Chairman John Rouens brought the meeting to a close at 10.30 by thanking the Dean and the architects for coming along, and expressing a note of disquiet that, as yet, unanimity of opinion did not exist towards this most important undertaking.