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Agenda & programme

Programme (includes buffet, meeting staff, meeting, concelebrated mass) and Agenda

Phillips, Murial Mrs

Agenda for Executive Committee, June 1987

Director's Report
Amenities area
Tabernacle re-siting
manuscript additions:
"W. A Constitution. Tea in Elmham House
Growth in number of Pilgrims
Sound System £2,800 - loop
Wals Trust (Stan & Michael)"

Allen, Peter Rev SM BA MTh

AGM minutes

Treasurer's Report
Chairman's Report
Officers Elected:
Chairman - Mr Cooke; Secretary - Mrs J Willis; Treasurer - Mr Young; Committee: Dr Heley, Mrs Johnston, Miss J Fell, Miss R McCormack, Mrs Sanderson

Johnson, Jean M Professor BD MTh

AGM minutes

(Meeting informed that Mr Stanley Smith is very ill and in hospital)
Election of Officers:
Chair - Mr T Cooke [?], Treasurer - Mr Harley Young; Secretary - Mrs J Willis; Committee: Miss J Fell, Mrs C Johnson, Mrs S Sanderson, Dr M Heley, Miss A Salisbury

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

Appeal Committee

1980: Confirmation that the Appeal Committee has been established for the Shrine Council on 24 July 1980
1982: Completed work? Bishop thanks Appeal Committee for raising £465,000.

Birch, Clive Rev SM LGSM

Archbishop's Office to Bishop Clark: Delegation from Catholic University of Lublin

Mgr G R Leonard (PA to Cardinal Hume) writing to ask if Bishop Clark will be able to meet with a delegation from Catholic University of Lublin on 14th May 1983. Denis Corbishley and Cormac Murphy-O'Connor have been asked too. Lists the delegation members; 2 speak English most speak French & German.

Archbishop's Office

Bishop Clark inviting membership of the Executive Committee

Forming an Executive Committee empowered to undertake such developments in the Slipper Chapel and Friday Market area as have received Shrine Council approval.
Shrine Council, chaired by the Bishop, decides Policy; Executive Committee (chaired by the Shrine Director) takes decisions which put policy into practice; Director takes care of day-to-day business.
Bishop of East Anglia is ultimately responsible for major developments - but in partnership with the Marist Congregation, to who he has committed the care and management of the Shrine.
This letter invites the addressee [none in this case] to become a member of the Executive Committee.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Archbishop's Office: Roles/Posts held; Denmark Travel and Subsistence

List of roles:
Chairman of ECEW
Member of Theological Commission
Chairman of CTS (suspended - but David [Norris?] is pressing me not to make this final)
Walsingham commitments
ARCIC - still rolling on

Enclose accounts for trip to Denmark - fares, conference fees, lodging and food

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Bishop Grant

Suggesting that an individual should go to Oscott or Innsbruck for "deepening". manuscript annotation by Bishop Grant - "I think Oscott - as a convert he still has a lot to learn about the Church in England"). Long explanation about why Bishop Clark circumvented his own processes to spend money on a strip of land which joins up Elmham House to the boundary of the Church and which came up a short notice. He and Fr Connelly paid for it out of income.
All this makes it more desirable to establish a management committee at Walsingham:
himself; Roland [Connelly]; Michael Ward (Solicitor, King's Lynn); Col. Cary-Elwes (Thurton); Philip Browning (Poringland); Mr Jameson (N. Elmham).
Turnover at Walsingham is too large for one man. Expenditure must include an annual repayment to the Diocese to offset the debt.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Cardinal Hume: BCC Working Party; Secretariat membership

BCC [British Council of Churches) Working Party's work is independent of the Pope's visit. Its constitution [composition?] to be an Archbishop, diocesan Bishop and an Auxiliary. We are committed to exploring a way ahead with the BCC. WP needs to listen with integrity to measured arguments. Clark suggests himself as secretariat to the group of three - names he suggests are Archbishop Worlock, Bishop Lindsay, Bishop Henderson.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: Conversation follow-up

Following their conversation today, Mgr McBride will be getting in touch. Three points:

  1. The Executive's decision regarding the Blessed Sacrament is "ad experimentum" for this season. They will re-think if needed.
  2. Walsingham Statue Honour Guard - see Mgr Stark's letter - decision remains with the Executive.
  3. Will discuss audit with Fr Wilson

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: Executive membership; Policy; Walsingham Appeal

For clarity: the Bishop is not a member of the Executive; he thought he'd made that clear from the beginning. Mgr McBride as Vicar General acts in the Bishop's name and that of Fr Peter Wilson. All efforts are to raise funds and channel them into the basic building and basic equipment for the Chapel of Reconciliation. There is no money to finance any other project e.g. the railway track and the organ - we are in a "poverty trap" to some extent.
This should not undermine morale - lesser items come later, if we can't pay for them and consequently lose them, so be it. It is not too late to send an appeal reminder to parish priests.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: Honorary member of Shrine Council

Mgr Tony Hulme approached the Bishop about being an honorary member of Shrine Council. Need to consult Fr Birch, the Council, the two other Bishops. Already spoken to Canon McBride. Feels there is an obligation to acceded to this.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: letter heading; Tony Sketch; Shrine Council membership; Eucharistic Ministers

  1. Changes to standard letter head - not quite
  2. Many demands in the year hence a gap in replacing Fr Tony Sketch
  3. Muriel Phillips as a member of the Shrine Council - fine
  4. Eucharistic ministers - Sr Eileen easy to re-commission. Cannot recall Peter Whitlock but there is a wider problem in the Diocese about management of Eucharistic minsters - a register must be kept as in recent Ad Clerums

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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