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Agreement to provide for the governance of the Parish of St Mary, Great Yarmouth

Agreement between the Order of Saint Augustine and the Diocese of Northampton for the former to provide governance for the parish of Saint Mary, Great Yarmouth:

  1. Remains a Secular Parish
  2. Committed to the Order of Saint Augustine
  3. Priests appointed have same emoluments as Diocesan Clergy
  4. Canon Law 454.5, 456, 476.4 and 477.1 apply
  5. 3 year agreement with cancellation period of 1 year form either side.
    Stamped and signed by the two principles.

Grant, Charles Alexander Rev LCL BA (1906-1989)

Bishop to Fr Ahearne: Augustinian at St Mary's Great Yarmouth

Bishop is shocked - the area is deprived with widespread responsibilities and he thought it would be an Augustinian priority. Cannot see how to dissuade what must have been a difficult decision. He will leave a decision to his successor - possibly an announcement in Summer with appointments in September 1995.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Graham: Augustinian departure from St Mary's, Yarmouth

His successor will no doubt be grateful for the small extension. The Diocesan pilgrimage to Lourdes and the Walsingham Dowry of Mary means that there is a certain movement going on in the first weeks of September. Two men are returning from Rome and one or two available from elsewhere. St Mary's will need two full-time priests at a minimum.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Reid: Announcing the Augustinian departure from St Mary's Great Yarmouth

Prefer the 2nd Sunday of Advent since the 3rd is normally for his pastoral letter. Hoping the departure would not be for 12 months or after Christmas and in the New Year. Speaking for his successor he would like the departure sharp and abrupt and wants Fr Reid to advise him. His heart is heavy at their going away.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Churches Together in Great Yarmouth to Bishop: Augustinian Withdrawal; Ecumenical dimension

Deacon Alan Middup writes. Expressing concern about the news of the Augustinian withdrawal from Yarmouth. Deep gratitude to Fr John Reid with his forward thinking and catholic spirit, an inspiration to many. Any new priest should give grave considerations to the Ecumenical dimension in the work in Great Yarmouth.

Churches Together in Great Yarmouth

Fr Graham to Bishop: Augustinians to stay on until September 1995

OSA happy to comply with the Bishop's request that they stay at least until September 1995. To help planning relocation, can the Bishop say when he is likely to replace the friars? Will probably reduce numbers as the time gets nearer. OSA regrets having to withdraw but they not longer have the fit men to maintain commitments.

Graham, Paul Rev OSA

Fr Maddison to Churches Together in Great Yarmouth: Augustinian Withdrawal; Ecumenical dimension

Fr Maddision writes to Deacon Alan Middup. The Augustinian withdrawal from Yarmouth and the Ecumenical dimension are recognised by the Bishop and whoever is appointed will continue to build and strengthen these links. Quotes Cardinal Hume - we have moved from co-operation to commitment.

Maddison, Paul Rev

Fr Reid to Bishop: Announcement on 3rd Sunday of Advent; Pastoral Letter; new Bishop

Seamus Ahearne has said that all fie Augustinian houses and all five Bishops can accommodate the announcement on 3rd Sunday of Advent. Fr Keiran is away on business in Rome, but, the pastoral letter will be read on the 3rd or 4th Sunday of Advent. If the Bishop is going to inform the clergy before then could he place a strict embargo on the information. Not even a whiff of the new here. He has told the Provincial Superior that a new Bishop should be in place within 6 months; if he cannot make appointments then the OSA will do their best to accommodate him. Glad to see Hugh Lindsay's reply to Conor Cruise O'Brien in the Independent - my failure to reply left me uneasy.

Reid, John Rev OSA

Fr Reid to Bishop: Requesting a meeting to discuss the Augustinian departure from St Mary's Great Yarmouth

Just returned from 2 days of Augustinian Council meetings, the Provincial Superior, Seamus Ahearne, would like him to meet the Bishop to discuss: that the news has already broken in Ireland, Yarmouth parishioners as yet unaware; the intention to withdraw as soon as possible - 3rd Sunday of Advent, if all the Bishops affected agree. Fr Reid will remain to assist the Bishop's successor, if he wishes it, in planning for the future of the parish.

Reid, John Rev OSA

Mr Buxton to Bishop: Rumour of ending Mass in Hemsby

Writing to ask the Bishop that they meet to discuss the "strong rumour" that Mass at Hemsby will end after the next two weeks. Mentions his wife (Bridget who is on the Ecumenical Committee) and his sister (Sister Pia Buxton, IBVM, [1932-2010]). He and his family have been involved in Ecumenism and Roman Catholicism for many years; indeed his mother was largely instrumental in helping to build and found the small RC chapel-Mass Centre in Hemsby just after the war. Understands that the Augustinians are leaving, which is sad but no doubt there are good reasons. The congregation in Hemsby visit St Mary's in Yarmouth infrequently and he says they deserve better treatment.

Buxton, John Joseph MBE (1927-2014)

Norfolk and Waveney Industrial Mission to Bishop: Augustinian withdrawal from Yarmouth

Revd Christopher Warner writes. United service in St Mary's to celebrate Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. Salvation Army, Pentacostalists, Anglicans, Methodists, Baptists, United Reform, Quaker - all shares in the service introduced and led by Fr John Reid. A real gift of Clergy and congregations to share together in Christian Fellowship. Hence, with real sadness to learn of the Augustinian;s plans to move out. Because of RC participation in things ecumenical he expresses a real longing that whoever comes afterwards feels comfortable with continuing the ecumenical links.
Manuscript annotation: "For the new Bishop".

Norfolk and Waveney Industrial Mission