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Altar #4

Altar dressed for Mass; Madonna & Child to left (in its carrying case); framed poster of the crucifixion to right; seven chairs set for the congregation.
Reverse: "Fr Mac2's Altar No. 4. This is post Vat II.
This was in two main pieces - a heavy wooden folding table & a large wooden case made of marine plywood with aluminium protective moulding on all corner edges. The case has a detachable lid which when removed allowed the altar top to be unfolded outwards - under this folding top were stowed all the altar requisites.
This was the altar I left at Mr St John Foti's museum at Downham Market.
Note. This photo shows my hand-carved statue of O.Lady in a protective oak case - I used to stand it near my altar. On the left is one of my seasonal posters by an artist friend. (Boxford Suffolk)
Altar No. 4"

Northampton Travelling Mission (1948-1975)

Altar set for house Mass

Altar dressed for Mass with family[?] posing alongside.
Reverse: "Fr Mac2's Post Vat II Portable Mission Altar No. 4.
This is as described on the photo taken at Boxford, Suffolk.
This one was taken at the house-mass at Snettisham, Norfolk - can't remember the year!
Altar No. 4"

Northampton Travelling Mission (1948-1975)

Bishop Clark to Fr Butler: Walsingham advances

Agrees that the Chapel of Reconciliation is a "wonder". The gift [£25] will be sent to the Appeal committee.
"The Pope, of course said what I wanted him to say 0 and then did what I never imagined he would! Put the statue like an icon on the altar (the liturgists were embarrassed - but when HH says "put, you put)..."

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Canon Parker & Altar servers in 1940s

Group in Cathedral House garden beside SJB Church
inscription on reverse:
"Altar Servers L to R 1940s
John Hardy, David Hogg, Maurice Brooker, Gerry Curzon, Michael Gunton, Hugh Burton, Paul Jarvis, John Lockhead, Brian Whitlam, Douglas Lockhead, Pat Holmes, Dennis Allman, David Curl, Raymond Whitlam, Tony Dady, Ray Restieaux
Front Row
Paul Moyes?, Tony Seely, Canon Parker, Billy Rudderham, [? Butcher?, Brian Ward?]

Unknown

Carmelite nuns at prayer in Quidenham chapel

Chapel area with 2 rows of stalls either side of a central aisle which leads to a circular altar before a pair of full height wooden doors/shutters. Beyond can be seen figures (not nuns). 13 figures in habits on left side; 1 figure in a habit in centre foreground; On the right: 11 figures in habits, one not in a habit. All are facing toward the altar end of the chapel.

Unknown

Carmelite nuns at prayer in Quidenham chapel (2)

Chapel area with 2 rows of stalls either side of a central aisle which leads to a circular altar before a pair of full height wooden doors/shutters. Beyond can be seen figures (not nuns). 14 figures in habits on right side; 7 figures on left side. All are facing toward the central aisle.

Unknown

Chairman's letter to members

Chairman's newsletter. Oxburgh visit; Walsingham Chapel (Anthea Connors, Sacristan - made new altar cloths & frontal); Extraordinary General meeting being called; Advent retreat

Thorn, Peter Mr

Church of Annunciation: Altar Stone consecration

[Not contemporary!]
Colour photocopy image of consecration document, plus Latin text with English translation:
MCMXXX Die 25, Aprilis - 1930 25th day of April
Edo, Dudley Carolus Cary Elwes - I, Dudley Charles Cary- Elwes
Episcus Northamptonicus, Hoc - Bishop of Northampton
Altare consecratio, et reliquaam - consecrate this Altar and the relics of
SS Martyrrii Felicis et Constantatia - Saints, Martyrs Felix and Constantia
in eo inclusi - inside it

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

First Pre-Vatican II portable altar

Portable altar set up ready for Mass.
Reverse: "Fr Mac2's First Pre-Vatican II portable altar. It was in two pieces - a fairly heavy folding table (made of beechwood) - there was an oblong hole in the centre of the top for the altar stone. The other piece was an oblong beechwood frame which screwed onto the top back edge of the table and on which the reredos curtain and crucifix were hung. All other altar prerequisites I carried in a big case (as seen in the photo). This photo I took in a pub in Histon (Cambs) one Sunday in 1959 - Notice I turned the dartboard to face the wall!
Altar No 1"

Northampton Travelling Mission (1948-1975)

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