Orange Order's refusal to talk 'bewildering'
At the end of September a parade to mark 100 years since the signing of the Ulster Covenant will take place.
A priest from the church at the centre of a controversial part of the march has said he is bewildered that the Orange Order will not talk directly with local residents.
Father Michael Sheehan was speaking after a day of intensive talks at the Parade's Commission - aimed at preventing more violence outside St Patrick's in north Belfast.
BBC Newsline's political reporter Stephen Walker has more.