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Berry & Walton to Bishop's Office: [Insley] Estate Funds

Writing to Myles Osborne (Diocesan Financial Administrator): Clarifying the position with regard to the Estates Funds and the ability to retain Church, Presbytery and House. Necessary to meet tax liabilities consequently the House (40 Manor Road) will have to be sold but need the Bishop's urgent consent to proceed.

Berry & Walton (1983-2018)

Bishop Clark to Bishop of Auckland: Priest for Dersingham

A Rev Peter B Flynn has been identified by the Trustees of Dersingham as a potential [temporary] priest for their town. Describes the priest, his address and the understanding of his wish to return to either Ireland or England. Bishop Clark asks for the Bishop of Auckland's, New Zealand, comments.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Cardinal Hume: Australia; Gulf Crisis; Dersingham

Returned from Canberra, Australia, after heading up the Vatican delegation for VII Assembly of the World Council of Churches - chaotic but epic. Thanks the Cardinal for his leadership in the debate on the Gulf Crisis.
Francis Selman: happy for the Cardinal to see him (provides a short pen picture) - thought he had settled at Quidenham - but that is obviously not the case.
Fr Andrew Morley at Dersingham: Asks the Cardinal to withdraw him as he has caused offence and gone to the provincial press.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Catholic Group: Miss Insley's bequest

Writing to Catholic Group in Dersingham. General position remains it being impossible to envisage a priest appointed to Dersingham. A retired priest is a retired priest. Very keen to help the Catholics at Gaywood who have a heavy debt for their new church. Regret that Miss Insley did not see the growth of Lynn as in need of her generosity.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Dersingham Catholic Group: Dersingham Church Building

manuscript annotation: "26-I-88 Our letters crossed - but are, I think, substantially the same".
Off to Peru soon. Outlines the parameters in the design of a church with associated priest's bungalow. Dersingham is in the Hunstanton parish and therefore its monies will be subsumed into that account. Whilst Fr Flynn's personal expenses will be quite small, need to consult Fr Nesden about the expenses for running the church from parish funds.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Dersingham Committee: Andrew Kingcomb; Priest at Dersingham; Fr Howarth

Defective screen letter passed onto Fr Richard Wilson (Finance Office).
Whilst the departure of Andrew Kingcomb is a blow you are showing great courage in filling the gaps left by him. However, the appointment of Eucharistic Ministers is made by the Parish Priest (Fr Nesden) and approved by me - after a period of training. Fr Charles Howarth has his duties in Massingham and his residence there.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Dersingham Trustee: Caretaker Priest at Dersingham

Property transfer to Diocese of east Anglia trustee soon. Fr Nesden has a convert Anglican clergyman looking after house, church and grounds (Andrew Kingcomb). Do not wish to install a priest at Dersingham so for now I need to halt your initiative. Fr Charles Howarth says Sunday mass at Dersingham.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Executors: Insley Will; no priest in Dersingham; Mass Centre?

Will need to speak to Fr Nesden and Fr Shryane. Currently reduced numbers of priests means unlikely to establish a priest in Dersingham. Also, need to think carefully about establishing a mass centre - tell more about the Catholics you have identified.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Flynn: Arrival in Dersingham; pagella attached

Glad to know that Fr Flynn is in Dersingham and being looked after by the community. This is a time of priest shortage and without him there would not be any there. The pagella is enclosed as requested.
manuscript note: "New faculties to be sent by Vicar General"

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Nesden: Hunstanton/Dersingham structure

Cannot contact by phone. Time to accept a new church at Dersingham as part of Diocesan Trust; hence assuring responsibility for it and caring for the congregation. Structure: mission within Hunstanton parish with Fr Nesden as the parish priest over a priest-in-charge in Dersingham.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Nesden: Welcome for Deacon; Finances for Dersingham

Grateful for the warm welcome to Deacon Matthews. Will allocate a chunk of "Ransom Money" for the first year plus trust you to allocate Dersingham collections to them with a grant from Hunstanton to cover the anticipated £1000 per year costs for Dersingham. Set up an account in your and Len's name which he could manage in situ; he will account to both Diocese and you.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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