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Abbot Fitzgerald-Lombard to Beccles Parish: Parish Priest nominations arrangement

Cannot be at the induction but Fr Clothier will represent the Abbot. An arrangement between Bishop Smith (and previously with Bishop Clark) meant they supplied the Parish priest for Beccles but for 1996 he was preparing to nominate a monk. However, the Dean indicated a wish in the parish to avoid yet another change. Thus the agreement has been extended for 5 years with Fr Simon being inducted by Bishop Smith.

Fitzgerald-Lombard, James Michael Hubert Charles Rev OSB MPhil (1941-)

Abbot Fitzgerald-Lombard to Bishop Clark: Appointments at Beccles and Bungay

Beccles: Happy for this proposal to become a firm arrangement - deal with details later. Note comment that this is still a Downside parish and need to make this clear to avoid a dip in morale. Also, to send in a holiday supply from time to time to help Mgr Hypher.

Bungay: Enquiries have been received about Fr Richard from a Curial Cardinal who may offer him a job in Rome. Suggest Fr Edward Crouzet (55, graduate of Cambridge and Fribourg, linguist, musician, counsellor) who is Chaplain at Cambridge University for 7 years, also, a Downside housemaster for many years.

Fitzgerald-Lombard, James Michael Hubert Charles Rev OSB MPhil (1941-)

Abbot Fitzgerald-Lombard to Bishop Smith: Beccles - proposed change of priests

Fr Edward's [surname?] telephone call advised him of the pressure to keep Fr Simon [Blakesley] at Beccles - cf Fr Sketch's "petition" at Deanery meeting - for a number of years yet. When proposing Fr Raphael Appleby (currently in Uganda but will supply to Bungay when Edward is away) to Bungay the Abbot recalled the agreement with Bishop Clark for Downside to take up the mission after three years. However, it seems that the parishioners quite like a secular priest and may prefer a trained priest to a monk out of cloisters. What does the Bishop think? Happy to let the current situation run indefinitely.

Fitzgerald-Lombard, James Michael Hubert Charles Rev OSB MPhil (1941-)

Abbot Ramsay to Bishop Cary-Elwes: Fr Worswick to leave Beccles

Abbot Ramsay: Need to provide resources for the missions - hence a need to move Fr Worswick from Beccles. Fr martin Campbell, currently at Little Malvern, will replace him.
manuscript annotation: "Extremely sorry! But will not embarrass you, only trusting that Beccles will not go to sleep again. Fr Worswick [illegible] her from sleep of Spiritual Starvation. I give faculties to Fr Campbell for when he comes, also for the Nuns. Fr Worswick [illegible] leave his faculties form behind, when Fr Campbell comes he can send it to me. I will just change the name. Sept 12/24."

Downside Abbey

Bishop Cary-Elwes to Abbot Kindersely: Sr Monica decision; Fr Pillot; Gillingham Hall

Rome's decision on Sr Monica took time with three abbots and a Bishop against the move.
Outlines some family difficulties within Gillingham Hall not being helped by Fr Pillot's abusive letter to the Colonel. Glad to see the end of the line of foreign priests at Gillingham and with the removal of Fr Pillot the tyranny has come to an end. "A sad business."

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

Bishop Clark to Abbot Lombard: Fr Hypher to move from Beccles with Fr Gates as replacement

Whilst not stating the circumstance which constrain his deployment of priests in the Diocese, Bishop Clark considers Abbot Fitzgerald Lombard will have an idea. There is need to move Fr Hypher to a more demanding parish and proposes to appoint Fr Adrian Gates as his successor. This does not mean a withdrawal from the 3 year agreement to provide for Beccles. Despite any lobby opposing the change, he considers that Fr Gates will be accepted and supported by the parish.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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