Diocese of Northampton

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St Francis Magazine July 1932

Th eRight Reverend Bishop Dudley Charles Cary-Elwes, Bishop of Northampton - RIP - Editor [Obituray]
Diocesan News: Aston-le-Walls; Aylesbury, Beccles; Beaconsfield; Bedford; Bury St Edmund's; Chesham Bois; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); Marlow; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Northampton; Wellingborough; Great Yarmouth; Woodbridge
Fr Bernard McCaul - by one of the Deanery
The Death and Burial of Our Bishop - FB
A Catholic Artist (continued)
The Church and the Poor (The Post-Reformation Period)
The Special Preacher, A True Story - Rev F M Davies
Masses for Benefactors
Rescue Work - Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home
Advertising

St Francis Magazine October 1926

Diocesan News: Aldeburgh and Leiston; Aylesbury; Beaconsfield; Beccles; Bedford; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Daventry and Weedon; Ipswich (St Pancras); King's Lynn; Lowestoft; Northampton; Norwich (St John's) & (Wymondham & North Walsham); Olney; Peterborough; Rushden; Slough; Woodbridge
History of Bungay Mission
Catholic Needlework Guild (Annual report 1925)
The Early Days of the Monks at Bury St Edmund's
The Blackfriars of King's Lynn
Rescue Work: Bishops Letter; Inter Aia; Summer Holidays; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine October 1932

From the Vicar Capitular - John Freeland
Diocesan News: Aston-le-Walls; Beccles; Bedford; Cambridge; Felixstowe; Gerrards Cross; Ipswich (St Pancras); Northampton; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Peterborough; Sudbury; Woodbridge
Per Crucem ad Lucem - L Smith-Dampier
Fr Andrew Joseph Key RIP
Sacramental Fonts in Norfolk - Very Rev. F C Husenbeth DD
A Catholic Artist (continued)
The Church and the Poor (The Post-Reformation Period)
Rescue Work - Appeal by John Provost Freeland; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home
Advertising

St Francis Magazine October 1933

Our Bishop [Bishop Youens]
Editorial Notes - HSS
Diocesan News: Aldeburgh; Aston-le-Walls; Beccles; Bedford; Cambridge; Dereham; Fakenham; Ipswich; Newmarket; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Sheringham; Slough; Northampton; Wellingborough; Wymondham
Where the Unemployed found Work - for God - Fr Godfrey Anstruther OP
The Ordinationof Father Valentine Elwes - Frank Byrne
The Dunwich Pilgrimage in Honour of Saint Felix, Apostle of East Anglia
"I Wonder-" - FES
Favours Received through the "Miraculous Medal" of Our Lady - Fr Henry Long
An Essay on Restoration - Very Rev Canon Squirrell
Rescue Work - Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home
Advertising

Travelling Altar - Northampton Travelling Mission

Case with drawer; carrying handles (note glued inside: "This altar and all its equipment is the property of the Northampton Diocesan Travelling Mission")
Certificate of Consecration: "This altar stone, containing the relic of S. Bonifacii M., and S. Felicissisi M., was consecrated by the Rt. Rev H Gibney, Vicar General, delegated by His Lordship the Bishop Of Southwark. Date: 8 April 1968 Signature: H Gibney VG"
Altar Stone - white marble; 5 inscribed crosses; circular marble plug where relics inserted
Equipment: 4 candles; no other items

21 March 2022: Relics removed from altar stone and are to be placed in the new altar in SJB Chapel of the Blessed Blood for consecration later in the month by Bishop A Hopes.

McCormick, Robert L. Rev (-2015)

Travelling mission altar dressed, in a field

Travelling Mission Mass ready for use from the back of the Land Rover, in a field.
Reverse: "Fr Mac2's Second Pre Vat II Portable Altar, In this photo it is on the tail-board of my mission land-rover at a pony club camp near Woodbridge in early 1960s.
This altar did not have a folding table - it was in a stout wooden case the hinged lid of the case opened to form the reredos complete opening altar cards & screw on crucifix & candles. When this had been lifted into place the next layer was unfolded to form the altar top - under which were stowed the altar requisites.
The whole thing was placed on any convenient table or sideboard.
Altar No. 2"

Northampton Travelling Mission (1948-1975)

Travelling Mission News - compendium of newsletters (1961 to 1971) and biographical notes

Collation of newsletters, notes and comments by Fr McCormick.
pg1: title page with map of Northampton Dioses pre-1976
pg2-4: comments by Fr McCormick on hid life as a Travelling Missionary. Note: the newsletters (produced from February 1961) are scanned from the remaining copies he had, "I lost quite a few ... production was somewhat erratic."
pg4-6: newsletter No.1 8 February 1961
pg6-7: newsletter No.2 10 May 1961
pg7-9: newsletter No.4 1 November 1961
pg9-11: newsletter No.5 1 February 1962
pg11-12: newsletter No.6 14 May 1962
pg12-13: Travelling Mission entry for Diocesan Year Book 1963
pg13-15: newsletter No.7 1 February 1963
pg15-17: newsletter No.8 15 August 1963
pg17-18: newsletter No.9 21 January 1964
pg18-20: newsletter No.10 16 July 1964
pg20-21: Travelling Mission notes for Diocesan Magazine 15 April 1965
pg21-22: Changes in the Liturgy of the Church [personal view]
pg22-23: Newsletter No.11 21 April 1965
pg23-25: newsletter No.12 16 March 1966
pg25-26: Travelling Mission Notes 2 June 1970
pg26: Travelling Mission Notes 15 July 1970
pg26-27: Travelling Mission Notes 4 August 1970
pg27: Travelling Mission work in Stowmarket Parish (May 1979 - for Parish magazine)
Pg27-28: Travelling Mission Mass Centre at YUp Well, Norfolk 1959-1975 (27 July 1982 - notes written for Diocese of Northampton)
Pg28: Postscript - "In August 1975 Bishop Charles Grant of Northampton closed down the Travelling Mission. He told me he had reluctantly decided to do this in view of the pending division of the Northampton Diocese in June 1976 and the setting up of the new Diocese of East Anglia. Needless to say there was great sadness in all Travelling Mission Mass Centres. After seventeen years as Diocesan Travelling Missioner I too was greatly saddened! As I mentioned on the first page of this brief outline of the Travelling Mission work I can once again see the day when in order to keep the presence of the church alive in the community today there will have to be another form of mobile approach. Alas I am no longer strong enough to do such work but could, I am sure, give any interested bishops a few hints and tips!"

McCormick, Robert L. Rev (-2015)

Travelling mission vehicle loaded [plus loading key]

A vehicle loaded with resources for the Travelling Mission Mass.
Reverse: "This is the first of four Land Rovers which Fr McCormick used on his Travelling Mission work ending in August 1975.
It was taken outside what was his base for 10 years at 'Foxden' Burnham Bucks. Bishop Leo Parker thought it was haunted!
Key to Numbers:
1 = Portable Alktar No.2
3 = My carved statue of O. Lady in oak case
4 = Tape recorder & player for churchy music.
5 = Box of piety goods - Prayer Bks, Rosaries, etc."

Northampton Travelling Mission (1948-1975)

Travelling mission vehicle unloaded [plus loading key]

A vehicle unloaded with resources for the Travelling Mission Mass placed nearby. The words "Catholic Travelling Mission" are just discernable on the white side of the vehicle.
Reverse: "This is the first of four Land Rovers which Fr McCormick used on his Travelling Mission work ending in August 1975.
It was taken outside what was his base for 10 years at 'Foxden' Burnham Bucks. Bishop Leo Parker thought it was haunted!
Key to Numbers:
1 = Portable Altar No.2
2 = Portable Altar No3.
3 = Carved statue of O. Lady in oak case
4 = Tape recorder & player for churchy music.
5 = Box of piety goods - Prayer Bks, Rosaries, etc."

Northampton Travelling Mission (1948-1975)

"Where's that Bus going to?" - an appeal for funds

Extract from Northampton Diocesan Magazine, Spring 1961. Text and image of the bus.
An appeal for funds for Fr McCormick to complete the conversion of his bus as a chapel for the Travelling Mission. The bus is paid for and has a new set of wheels. Once completed there will be a fixed altar, stations of the cross, and seating, with kneeling space, for 34 people.

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