Listing payments made by Mrs Ten Broeck Between 28/12/1911 & 16/06/1914 amounting to £312 10s. Lists payments he made out of Diocesan Funds in accordance with letter of 3/8/1914 on behalf of Mrs Ten Broeck amounting to £375. Total being £687 10s 0d
Re Estate of Mrs Mary Ten Broeck. Certifying that he attended American Consulate & made deposition in answer to interrogatories attached to commission. Has now found original letters not available at the time, details them & attaches them.
Cardinal Hume & Cardinal Gray (St Andrews and Edinburgh) issued a joint statement. Sad that resolutions to support 1967 Abortion Act reform were accepted by the TUC and Labour Party Conference. This law runs contrary to the Preamble of the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Child which was adopted on 20 November 1959. Members of the TUC and the Labour party "... experience, however, a tension between that loyalty and what they recognise to be the law of God on the sanctity of life ... moral issues should be left to the individual conscience."
Being discredited by the Bishop for a love of the same Mass that the Bishop professes. Repudiate charge of being disobedient as he is following his conscience. Challenges the four area covered by the Bishop's secretary (Fr Morgan). Ludicrous allegation that Fr Baker's ministry is harmful - much support, sympathy and encouragement received. Will continue to offer Mass in Downham Market.
An article by Fr Bruckberger OP which appeared in the Daily Figaro on January 24 1975 has been translated into English by Owen Roberts. "Do they take us for Idiots?" - prohibition of one rite, one liturgy, one manner of saying Mass (Mass of St Pius V). Paul VI Mass is authorised not imposed. A perpetual indult exists for the Mass of Pope St Pius V. It concludes with "Let them leave us to worship in a thousand years old rite..."
Given by Fr Dowsey: The assistant priest at Newmarket is now on indefinite leave from the diocese after discussions with Bishop Clark. manuscript annotation: "Statement issued for the 'News of the World' (Wed April 17 1985)"
The news release is a statement from Bishop Clark in "response to the decision by Rt Re Peter Nott, Bishop of Norwich, not to proceed with the setting up of an Inter-Church High School in Gorleston". pg1: Bp Clark statement/press release pg2: Copy of Bp Nott statement withdrawing from the joint project
Canon Law 2335 no longer automatically bars a Catholic from masonic groups unless that group is known to be hostile to the Church, in which case the Catholic is excommunicated. Bishops of England and Wales clarify a Catholics' standing with Freemasonry membership, anticipating changes to Canon Law. The catholic wishing to join a masonic group should contact his Bishop. Priest, religious and members of Secular institutions are still forbidden to accept membership of the Masonic Order or similar organisation.