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Authority for Exposition of Sacrament

Typescript is in Latin
Headed: Convent of Saint Mary of Peace, Aldeburgh
Bishop of Northampton permits the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on first Friday of every month and on the Feast of the Circumcision. Lists feast days for Mass and benediction so long as they do not occur on the Lord's day.
Signed by the Bishop on 20 January [no year]
Manuscript annotation: "These sisters were ordered to disband by Rome in October 1927. They left Dec. 31st 1927 - were replaced by the Sisters of Mercy."

Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)

Bishop Clark to Bp Grant: Diocese division; Downham Market; PP changeover

Suggest Canons Burditt and Frost and Frs Philpot and Wace for Commission on the division of the [Northampton] Diocese.
Downham Market is an issue on which we must stand - "whatever the personal holiness of Ossie (and God alone is the Judge here), he is corrupting a holy thing - and this is the hidden evil." Unwavering leadership is required. Confront Ossie with the obedience he owes, and, that the Pope has formally specified the circumstances in which the rite may be celebrated.
Tony Sketch should be given Downham market as his charge and say a publicised Mass there.
PPs (Aldeburgh, Wymondham, Felixstowe and Ipswich) make change-over on October 7th.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Novati to Bishop: Request for information about validity of baptism

"There being at Lodi young Lady who was baptize at Aldburgh on Sea by Protestant and she desiring now to become a christian, I pray you to relate me what protestant sect there is in that City for know the validity of the Baptism."
Manuscript annotation: Answered: Our practice [?] is to Baptize "sub consitione" all converts from Protestantism as we are never sure of the validity. [?] [?]. Dec 3/30"

Novati, Peter Calchi, Rev (1868-1952)

Bishop to Fr Hammond: Visitation - 13-14 October 1990

Bishop thinks the programme is excellent. One request. He wishes to administer a Baptism in Brantham on 14 October (part of St Mark's parish, Ipswich). Ann has organised well and arranged supper on Saturday with John & Pauline Matthias - are you coming too?

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Book of Mission - Aldeburgh

Contents from front:
1926-1930 – 2 pages of historical notes
1906 Statistics;
1907 Statistics, Bishop Riddell made first visitation & confirmation of 8 (23 April 1907);
1908 Statistics, Bishop Keating visitation & confirmation of 6;
1909 Statistics;
1910 Statistics; Bishop’s 2nd visitation& vows of Sister Mary of Sacred Heart
1911 Statistics; Bishop’s visitation – 15 for confirmation; two postulants receive the habit
1912 Statistics; collections
1913 Statistics; collections
1914 Statistics; collections; 42 Belgium refugees
1915 Statistics; collections; Bishop visit 25 for confirmation (19 were Belgian Children)
1916 Statistics; collections arrival of Fr Delaney, departure of Fr Coltee
1917 Statistics; collections; Bishop visit Sept 26; average military attendance at Mass 53
1918 Statistics; collections; average military attendance at Mass 56
1919 Statistics; collections
1920 Statistics; collections
1921 Statistics
1922 Statistics; collections
1923-1964 diary of events

Contents from Back (inverted): First Communion lists for 1907/1908/1909/1911/1912/1913 in manuscript

Fr Back to Bishop: Pancreatitis hospitalisation described; Parish report

Fr Back has been in hospital for 3 days with pancreatitis. Description of his condition and stay in hospital. Sees in his diary that he has been out to 40 meals since just before Christmas! Situation report about the Parish: re-heating done; repair programme for presbytery (no longer up for sale); site at Leiston; more children at liturgy; 2 receptions for Eater; assemblies at school; contacting B&Bs and hotels; expects to be chaplain to the Mayor; coach booked for Chrism Mass. Forward look to exchange with priest in London; Verona for a week; first Communions and then Aldeburgh Festival.

Back, Christopher G E Rev (-2014)

Fr Davidson to Bishop: Kimber Dalmas will come undone; Requested baptism; Holiday

Fr Davidson believes Kimber, given enough rope, will hang himself and his fraud will be discovered soon. Captain Mayne is involved. Kimber has asked for his adopted six year old boy to be baptised. Fr Davidson has requested proof of adoption. and does not expect to hear from him again. Manuscript p.s. "I enclose Kimber's letter in an advert from La Croix. I have stopped the Universe One."

Davidson, Charles Madgwick Rev DD BA

Fr Davidson to Bishop: Secured a £250 loan; Tenant at Eton house offered a quarter's rent; invitation to Confirmation

Persuaded a friend in London to lend £250 at 5%, Abbot Egan to guarantee the interest. Mr Fookes [sic] a hard and immovable man. The current tenant at Eton House, Mrs Galsworthy has offered the first quarter's rent for the sisters to set up school; eager to see the nuns here because she wants to send her daughter to the school. Invites the Bishop for a Confirmation in August. Requested faculties for Fr Hogan SJ (at St Edmunds) who is visiting for 10 days. Asks for approval to attend a retreat at Parkminster.
Manuscript annotation: "Yes to all. May 11/25."

Davidson, Charles Madgwick Rev DD BA

Fr Delaney to Bishop: Maintenance; Poor Mission application; House furnishing and decoration costs

Cannot form an estimate of income from the visitors during the season, therefore will ask Canon Ashmole for an application form for the Poor Mission fund soon. Costs of furnishing, repairing and decorating the presbytery were high; the nuns only advanced half his last quarter salary; getting the workmen our the house (fourteen of them) was an issue. No problem with putting the chapel on the garden in fact he might be able to get an additional strip of land as a gift. After his return from Paris, Fr Delaney hopes to do great things with building fund and maintenance fund. Would like to get building soon since it is difficult to accommodate the existing congregation without including visitors. Numbers are increasing 3 recantations in both Aldeburgh and Leiston; four ready for full baptism; three babies for baptism.

Delaney, Vincent Rev

Fr Thomson to Bishop: Visitation - 19 November arrangements; confirmations; visiting the sick

Fr Davidson sets out the timetable for the Visitation. 20 children and 1 adult for confirmation at Leiston - then coffee after Mass is an opportunity to meet the congregation. Mrs Russell has offered her house, next to the church, for the Aldeburgh congregation to meet the Bishop. 10 housebound parishioners to be seen which will take 2 to 3 hours over 30 miles. One of the bed-ridden he'd like the Bishop to confirm.

Thomson, David C Rev (-1998)