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Bishop Clark to Cardinal Hume: Patronal Feast at St John's Cathedral, Norwich

Suggested arrangements for the Cardinal to attend in Norwich for a Great High mass at St John the Baptist Cathedral.
Also mentions Christopher Jenkins (Chaplain at Fisher House, Cambridge) whose article criticising the major schools that their products arrived, mostly lapsed, caused a furore; reactions were: Ealing Furious, Ampleforth defensively pompous, Downside jocose and philosophical, Worth & Belmont very concerned.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr O'Toole: Will commission Special Ministers of Holy Communion

Bishop happy to go to Sawston and commission Special Ministers. He will do so after his visitation to Our Lady of English Martyrs (OLEM) in Cambridge. Each candidate must have adequate catechesis, be in possession of the CTS blue handbook and have a certificate for the Bishop to issue.
Delighted to hear that the parish is geared to Saturday 16th May.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Parker to Fr Lydiate: Mission in March; Possibility of visiting; Confessor for Wisbech Convent

Bishop writes: Glad to hear Fr Lydiate is arranging a Mission with the Redemptorists; but do ensure he gets a hall large enough. Bishop's itinerary includes staying with Ollard in Wisbech & before that in Cambridge. Asks Fr Lydiate to be confessor for Wisbech Convent.

Parker, Thomas Leo Rev (1887-1975)

Bishop Parker to Ministry of Works: Buildings "for ecclesiastical purposes"

Mr G Webb is making a window for Slipper Chapel, Walsingham. Stated that the chapel is excluded from the Ancient Monuments Act, however, notices have been served on the Bishop that churches have been scheduled under the Town & Country Planning Act 1947, Section 7.
The Bishop explains that work needs to be done to preserve the buildings and render them useful. Asks for an "interview" to discuss the proposals for work.

Parker, Thomas Leo Rev (1887-1975)

Bishop to Clare Eyre Huddleston: Provides programme and suggests how she can work with it.

Thanks her for invitation - would very much like to meet her mother. Provides details of his programme: (Weds - opening Church in St Neots, Fr Filmer; Thurs - Catenian dinner in evening). Suggests how he could fit them into it if she is prepared to transport him.

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

Canon J B Marshal to Mgr. Payne, Vicar Capitular: Blessed Sacrament arrangements at Sawston Hall

Explains arrangements for safeguarding Chapel & Blessed Sacrament at Sawston Hall. Commander Eyre Huddleston feels it to be unsafe to allow unrestricted access & suggests opening arrangements but does he retain the right to close Chapel? Canon Marshall believes he has. Manuscript note: "I shall be glad to hear that you consider these proposal satisfactory."

Marshall, James Bernard Rev MA MC (1878-1946)

Celebration at altar, OLEM

Photograph taken from above right, looking across the altar to the North aisle. Archbishop Barbarito (Nuncio) is standing reading ; Bishop Clark and ANOther are sat either side. Choir is behind the altar and servers can be seen either side of chancel

Michael Manni Photographic

Church "fiesta"

Meeting to discuss a plan. Fr Hypher: "It's not just a meeting - it's a fiesta at which we can pray, worship, discuss, meet friends ad join in social events and side-shows."


Correspondent to Cardinal Hume: Course in Cambridge

Commenting on the "heresy" to be found in a course advertised in the weekly new sheet from Our Lady and the English Martyrs in Cambridge. It was run by the Diocesan education Department. The writer quotes from the course, course material and a book he bought subsequently. Considers "Informed Criticism" will demolish all belief - "surely we must have some form of indoctrination?"


East Anglia plans welcome for Pope's Envoy

pg1: press release:
"Archbishop Barbarito, Apostolic Pro-Nuncio to Britain, begins a three-day tour of the Diocese of East Anglia on June 26th. The itinerary includes Norwich, Cambridge, Newmarket, and Walsingham.
Outline description of the programme.
pg 2: 3-day programme.

Dowsey, Gary Rev (1955-)

Fr Hypher to Bishop Clark: Moves involving Ipswich, Cambridge, Beccles

Fr Hypher has returned to Southampton. Asking about the management of the various moves being planned - who has been told, when and about what? Particularly wishes to handle the changes at Beccles to properly explain the situation to the parish there. He has spoken to Tony Rogers [and another Tony] who agree that an announcement soon would be best.

Hypher, Paul Augustine Rev

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