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              First Televised Ordination
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-01-09-02-5 · Item · c. 12 July 1980
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              pg 1: First Televised Ordination (Rev Gary Dowsey at St Mary's Church, Great Yarmouth) by Independent TV.
              pg 2: The Ordinand; Theological and Immediate Training
              pg 3: The Parish of Saint Mary's, Great Yarmouth; The Ceremony
              pg 4: The Congregation; Television Direction (Mr Peter Townley, Anglia Television) (commentary by Fr Robert Manley) (Interview with Gary Dowsey in Oscott College)

              Manley, Robert Rev (-1983)
              Jesuits Return to Norwich
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-01-09-02-3 · Item · c. 18 August 1979
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              pg 1: Jesuits return to Norwich: UEA Chaplaincy, Parish Priest at Holy Apostles, West Earlham
              pg 2: Jesuits (or Society of Jesus) [short history]; Jesuits in Norwich [short history]
              pg 3: biographies: Fr Christopher Dyckhoff SJ and Fr Bernard Taylor SJ

              Manley, Robert Rev (-1983)
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-02-02-57-3 · Part · 4 December 2020
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              "It's been a few weeks now since Mgr Philip Moger's induction as Rector of the National Shrine at Walsingham. He spoke to Eldred Willey to let people know a little bit more about him. 'Thank you very much,' said the Pope. 'Especially for the silence.' That was the parting tribute at Birmingham Airport from Pope Benedict XVI to Mgr Moger, who was director of Liturgy for his visit to England." Story continues.
              Image caption "Mgr Philip Moger in the Slipper Chapel in Walsingham"

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