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Bishop to Hemsby congregation: Survey on Mass Centre / Chapel use

Page 1: Letter from Bishop referring to "last Sunday, November 14", when he celebrated Mass at the Chapel. He had spoken about the attached questionnaire regarding use of the Mass centre which needs an agreement from the congregation. Points raised: 1. No church will be built in Hemsby; 2. Offer of use of Anglican Church all year round; 3. Preserve own Chapel - as a fall back option - for community use.
Page 2: Questionnaire with 3 Yes/No questions to be returned to Fr Hyland

Hyland, John G Rev OSA

Questions for Cardinal Hume - Le Figaro

pg 1: 4 questions in French
pg 2: translation of the 4 questions:

  1. Six years ago, on 25 March 1976, you said of the relationship between the Catholic and Anglican Churches that "our sister Churches can now regard the past as dead and buried." Today, after all the work accomplished by the Join Anglican-Catholic Commission, what moves are possible which would permit a step forward to be taken?
  2. What are the principle obstacles at the moment to a decisive step towards the unity of the two churches?
  3. You have taken part in meetings of the British Council of Churches. What is the present nature of the Catholic Church's participation? Is there a prospect of full membership in the relatively near future?
  4. What do you expect in general from the Holy Father's visit, and in particular, in the field of ecumenism?

Le Figaro