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Images from St Mark's CoE Church, Lakenham

Email: covering note from Fr Erik West-Lindell: research for relevant photograohs identified the attached.
Photographs: 3 were taken at the 10 years anniversary of RCs using St Marks; One is of an RC parishioner who ran a stall in fund raising events at St Mark's.
All internal photographs

West-Lindell, Erik Rev

RC02 - Group before high altar

Left to right: The then curate Revd. Erik West Lindell, Fr James Walsh (Dean SJB), Revd. Melanie Hider,
Richard Fincham (Lay Reader) (Churchwarden), Paulette Yallop (Lay Reader).
Photo taken, following the service, in front of the High altar at St Mark's Lakenham on the 10th Anniversary of the RCs using the church for Mass.


Fr Kerby to Bishop: Thanks the Bishop for his card and good wishes on Fr Kerby's 36th Ordination Anniversary

Thanks the Bishop for his card and good wishes on Fr Kerby's 36th Ordination Anniversary.
A very impressive service in the Cathedral last night.; unfortunately Fr Kerby was too late to join the priests on the sanctuary - must start out earlier next year. Best wishes for Easter.

Kerby, Raymond Rev (?-2009)

Fr Nesden to Bishop: Bene Merenti medal; visitation on 24 April 1977

Fr Nesden nominating 3 parishioners for the Bene Merenti Medal: Mrs Dorothy Barton (St Ives) , Mr Edward Dorney (St Ives), Mr Bernard Rodgers (Papworth). All have given loyal service for at least 25 years and still doing so.
This is the 75th Anniversary of the opening of this church and presumably the foundation of the parish but there do not appear to be any records. Perhaps the Bishop would take this into account on his visitation on weekend of 24th April. Fr Nesden would like a concelebrated Mass with Deanery clergy and the Mayor attending.

Nesden, Bernard Rev (-1999)

Centenary Booklet 1902-2002, Sacred Heart of Jesus, RC Church

Front cover: watercolour of RC Church of Sacred Heart of Jesus; 1902-2002; Centenary Booklet
Inside front: Acknowledgements to: Jane & Bob Latin, Phillip Vine, Elizabeth Barker, Micheal Day. Printed by Mapro Publishing Services, St Ives
Pages 1-4 Advertising; Page 5 Forward by Fr Maddison; Page 6-9 History - early beginnings; Page 10 Fr John Arendzen; Pages 11, 13, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25 History of Pugin's Little Gem; Page 12 Fr Constantine Ketterer; Pg 14 Fr J P Purcell; Pg 15 Fr E A Payne; Pg16-17 Press cutting of handover from Fr Kerby to Fr Maddison, 27 July 2001; Pg 18 Fr Stephen J Doupe; Pg 19 Fr Bernard Nelson; Pg 23 Fr John Patricj Drury; Pg 26 Fr Raymond Henry Kerby; Pg 27 List of Parish Priests & List of Deacons; Pg 28-32 Advertising.
Inside back cover: monochrome images from Design of New Catholic Church of St Andrew's Cambridge
Back Cover: Colour image of "Centenary Window installed in 2002"

Maddison, Paul Rev

Fr Thompson to Bishop: Dispensation for a marriage; Fr Pace has left; 75th anniversary of the church

requesting a dispensation to marry Caplan Valon, an officer of the Tank Corps, to Agnes Macdonald, an Australian. Fr Pace has moved on to Wardens Castle - no replacement yet. The year is the 75th anniversary of the Church (and that of the restoration of the Hierarchy). He would like to have a mission and perhaps the Bishop could rededicate the church and attend a confirmation later in the year, Autumn. Tomorrow he is giving a Triduum at Holy Rood Convent, 1 Gloucester Road, Regent's Park, London. Relates a story about a question set in a General Knowledge test: "What do the letters SJ after a name indicate? Only one answer attempted and that was 'Steeple Jack!'". A post script refers to Fr John H Pollen who has been staying with him and who has dementia. He has "quite gone" and is placed in a home - a loss to the English Martyrs Cause.

Thompson, David H Rev SJ ( -1926)

Fr Thompson to Bishop: Visitation; 75th Anniversary

Fr Thompson is to be absent until 9th September running 4 retreats in London - a strain but "needs must when the rate collector drives". Fr Hughes is going to Gorleston, hope his health holds up. Ask the Bishop to come for Confirmation in the Autumn and they are also celebrating 75th anniversary of the opening of the church on 20 September. The church is being completely repainted by the men now.

Thompson, David H Rev SJ ( -1926)

Fr Heath to Bishop: 175th Anniversary of APF

Fr Heath advising Bishop that next year is the 175th Anniversary of the APF [Association for the Propagation of the Faith]. He is asked to lead a Mass at the Cathedral on 20 October 1997. Other diocesan directors are making similar requests to their respective Bishops. Complain about the Key's coverage which did not mention the support given by schools - £300 this year, £2000 since the Bishop's letter.

Heath, Bernard R Rev (-2013)

Impressive Ceremony at Regent Road Church

Sub-heading: Consecration Marks Catholic Centenary / Building Achievement of Spanish Refugee
Column headings: Papal Flag on Church / Ceremonies inside / Bishop recall war-time experience / celebrations continue
Picture 1 - caption: "With impressive ceremony St Mary's Roman Catholic Church was consecrated by the Bishop of Northampton. This picture was taken during solemnities before the sprinkling of the outside of the church with Holy Water."
Picture 2 - caption: "Carrying the sacred relics to the church."
Names: Bishop Parker, Bishop Wareing, Don Claudio Lopez, Fr Evans (Stamford Hill), Canon Parker (St John's Norwich), Fr Watkiss (North Walsham), Fr Brookes (Beccles), Deacon Campbell, Sub-Deacon Tomlinson, Provincial Helsham SJ, Canon McShee (Costessey), Fr Webb SJ (St Mary's), Fr Mossei (Southwold), Fr Macdonald, Fr Hacon (Lowestoft), Fr J Ketterer (Lynn) Fr Weatherhead, Fr Roberts (Norwich).

Yarmouth Mercury

Director's report. October 1989

Main report (6 pages)
Pattern of Pilgrimage - assessment of pattern and type of pilgrimages - see appendix for numbers
Events and Visitors - variety of clerical and non-clerical visitors; Major of Norwich (David Bradford) and Sheriff of Norwich (Rev Jack Burton)
Ecumenical Scene - pattern of visits by pilgrims of both churches to each Shrine now a regular feature; other details.
Farewells and Welcomes - review of staff joining and leaving; Fr Ventham left for Chicago in August.
Future Planning - 26 major day pilgrimages; visited USAF Chaplain, Fr Lattus with Mr Warwick to discuss a 50th Anniversary pilgrimage for 2nd World War.
Buildings and Maintenance - discussion of range of work required to maintain the buildings and the services to pilgrims.
Walsingham Association - outline of the state of WA - new federations; association's retreat being organised
Finance - wage increase of 6% but Wage Council laid down 10%, hence higher costs; remaining debt to the Diocese is £10,000
Conclusion - glorious weather; pilgrim numbers stable
Appendix I - Estimates of Income & Expenditure - 1989/90 (2 pages)
Appendix II - Pilgrimage Report - 1989 Season (2 pages)

Allen, Peter Rev SM BA MTh

Fr Arthur to Bishop Clark: Fr Richmond's 40th anniversary

Fr Richmond is having his 40th Ordination celebrations at Burnham Market on 19 March - concelebrated Mass followed by buffet at Hoste Arms across The Green. Bishop is invited (but it is noted that he is in Walsingham on that day).

Arthur, Francis Rev SDS

[?] to P Scrutton: Talk; Publicity; Arrangements

[Not clear who signed the letter - possibly from SJB Cathedral]
Talk and slide presentaion on 10 November in Parish Hall. Will do some publicity at St Georges and Holy Apostles. Stewards help in 1994 - Cardinal and Apostolic Nuncio may attend the Bishop Alan's 25th Anniversary on 14 May 1994, many other clergy expected. Usual stewarding for Holy Week. Considering how to launch a Norwich branch of the Friends.


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