Fonds CWL - Catholic Women's League - East Anglia Branch

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GB ARCHON 2913 CWL

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Catholic Women's League - East Anglia Branch

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  • March 1954 to December 2014 (Creation)

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2 Archive boxes

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(1906)

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Founded by Margaret Fletcher (1862-1943). In 1906 a national Catholic conference was held in Brighton, and permission was given to distribute a pamphlet about the proposed league. By 1907, the Catholic Women's League had held its first general meeting under the presidency of the Archbishop of Westminster, and has sent from there a message of filial homage tp His Holiness Pope Pius X and received through Cardinal Merry del Val the Holy Father's affectionate blessing.

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Mrs T Wiseman

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      CWL

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      In 1990 the East Anglia Branch (for the Diocese of East Anglia) had three divisions: North Area, Central Area and South Area. See Area for CWL Sections (Parishes).
      The CWL material was deposited by Mrs T Wiseman (Wymondham section)

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