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Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA) Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002) Part
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Apology, please Mr Kinnock

Editorial begins: "The Labour party is revelling the new found confidence of an Opposition which is at last recovering from its third successive electoral defeat. The consequent euphoria, however, has led its leader to stray from the paths of accepted invective." It suggests that Mr Kinnock will not suffer the fate of Salman Rushdie but an apology is in order.

Eastern Daily Press

Bishop rejects joint school plan

[undated; unattributed] 4 columns
Sub-heading: "Catholics and council shocked".
"The re-organisation of Gorleston High School is back in the melting pot after the Bishop of Norwich rejected a plan for a joint church school." Some background to the project provided

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Bishop warns on road plan

The article begins: "The Bishop of East Anglia, the Rt Rev Alan Clark, last night warned planners of the controversial final stage of the city's inner ring road."
Image: Bishop with headmistress (Sr Mary Cluderay) and pupils at the prizegiving at Notre Dame High School.

Eastern Evening News (1882-)

Bishop's Mission - "I got a loving welcome everywhere"

Article; 2 columns; 3 images - "Roman Catholic Bishop Alan Clark is back from his expedition to South America..."
Mentions in the article include: witnessing a terrorist bomb attack in Lima; baptism of a sick child; visits to settlements; aid sent by the Catholics of the diocese; Bp Clark's passion for Christian unity.

Eastern Evening News (1882-)

East Anglia pledges a layrole

"A five-year pastoral commitment to the full integration of the laity in the life of the Church in East Anglia Dioceses is outlined in the report 'Deepening and Widening Our Faith', published this week.

Catholic Herald

Friends can disagree

[undated] Article by Donald Hilton. "The reader's columns of the EDP have shown that some Protestants were not only unenthusiastic about the visit but were critical that any Free Church minister should be involved." Generally critical article about the stances of the Roman Catholic Church but considers Catholics to be sisters and brothers in Christ.

Eastern Daily Press

Gift to the world's poor

[undated; no attribution]
Bishop Clark will donate proceeds from the special collections to CAFOD as a gift to the "world of the young and developing churches". In a talk to East Anglia priests Mgr Vincent Nichols, general secretary of the Bishops Conference of England and Wales, urged priests to work with the poor in the inner cities and not jet off around the world - work with the poor to share in poverty.

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