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AGM minutes

"poorly attended"
postponed election of officers; Guild in existence for 10 years - tried many things to increase interest and membership; suggestions as to barriers to membership; suggestions as to approach to gain members. "Home" of the statue, when delivered mid-year, discussed

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

Bishop Cary-Elwes: 50 days Indulgence

"To all who devoutly recite the Prayer of the Guild of SS Felix and Edmund we grant an Indulgence of 50 days. The prayer consists of the following ejaculations: 'Saint Felix and St Edmund pray for East Anglia.'"

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

Bishop Cary-Elwes to Fr Mason: Approve of Guild plan; Priest swop acceptable; Mass in the parish

Agrees to missions with Fr Davidson one Sunday a month. Likes the plan for a Guild of St Felix and St Edmund.
Permission to offer Mass in the area - some advice on what to do - never use a bedroom to say mass in.
Saw that the ferry-boat had sunk so the railway reopening will be welcome.

St Leger Mason, Henry Patrick Rev (-1940)

Bishop to Fr Davidson: Support for the establishment of a Guild of St Felix and St Edmund

Delighted that Fr Davidson in contemplating setting up a Guild and sends his most cordial blessing for it. The Holy Father has commanded that wherever it is possible that such Guilds be established in a parish. Provides some views on the value and effects of such a guild. Also cannot attend for the Annunciation, but will be there in spirit.

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

Bishop to Fr Davidson: Will inaugurate the Guild of St Felix and St Edmund

Will be there on 23rd March to inaugurate the Guild. Hopes it will do much good in spreading the Faith in Suffolk (and East Anglia) where Fr Davidson and Fr Mason have been doing such excellent pioneer work. What role is the Bishop to play? The sanctuary is a bit small for a Pontifical High Mass even if you could get the servers on a week day. We'll see what wonders you can manufacture out of the blue!

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

Committee minutes

Review of Pilgrimage Walk. Well supported - publicity worked. Future of Guild - redundant church, St Mary at the Quay as a shrine and ecumenical centre. Funding. Rosary and prayer groups need restarting. Estimates for the statue.

Johnson, Jean M Professor BD MTh

Committee minutes

Meeting schedule agreed and detailed. Mr Smith advised Guild will be included in next Ipswich Town Guide with illustrations of the 4 plaques of Our Lady. Wolsey Walk to be published. Mayor is sending Ancient Charter of Ipswich to Nettuno with greetings.

Johnson, Jean M Professor BD MTh

Director's report. October 1990

Introduction - Bp Wheeler; opening of Richeldis House
Youth Pilgrimage - eleven European countries represented by young pilgrims; Walsingham Association to run a youth camp
Guild of Chaplains - is now constituted; Cardinal Hume patron
Staffing - Russell Frost (MC & Sacristan) going to Wonersh; Mark Hackeson to Rome; Mr Warwick's illness leads him to go part-time; Anne Milton now General Secretary of the Walsingham Association
Pilgrim Hostel - some bad behaviour of resident pilgrims; trying to ensure an atmosphere of prayer; various suggestions being considered
Finance - debt will be just under £50,000. car park development; if approved should raise £60,000.
Conclusion - Marist brethren at Walsingham
Annex I - Estimates of Income and Expenditure 1990/91
Annex II - Pilgrimage Report - 1990 season

Allen, Peter Rev SM BA MTh

Fr Healey to Bishop Clarke: Guild of St Stephen

Request from Jonathan Salt to establish a branch of the Guild of St Stephen at St Peter and All Souls, Peterborough. First branch for both sexes in the Diocese. Rules of the Archconfraternity require that the Diocesan Bishop makes the request in writing to the Cardinal. The National Director (in Wembley) will arrange for the parchment to be written for the Cardinal's signature and approval.

Healy, Richard Rev

Fr J H Thomson: East Anglian Guild Magazine; money & copies

Heading: "East Anglian Guild Magazine; The Northampton Diocesan Chronicle / Official Magazine of the Diocese of Northampton / Published by the Guild of St Felix and St Edmund / Quarterly 6d. Circulation over 1600 / Circulates among the Catholic population of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, / Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. / Editor Rev John Henry Thomson, 67, Cumberland St., Woodbridge, Suffolk."
Written to "Dear John" the letter discusses the copies delivered to Walsingham (unable to sell not allowed to), the accounts owed, the monies due, advertisements, etc. Fr Thomson is off on holiday to France and will return about 8 August and will then deal with issues. References to Miss M and the Mason Fund.

Thomson, John Henry Rev RD (-1968)

Fr Ketterer to Bishop Parker: Roofing work; Blessed Sacrament Guild; E. Dereham/Wymondham

Apologies for delay in writing - a persistent cough, a touch of influenza which is difficult to shake off. Re-roofing materials now available, hope work will be finished in three weeks. RAF Sculthorpe may close down in 1963, so Hunstanton Mission could become a very poor mission. Found Blessed Sacrament Guild cards, no evidence of it being formally erected but would like to start one. Fr Cowin is not strong but the people is East Dereham feel neglected by him. Perhaps Fr Ketterer had spoilt them when he was there. Rather return as resident priest to Dereham. Not claiming the post but considers that a resident priest needs to be there.

Ketterer, John Joseph Rev SJ (-1973)

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