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The Pope's ambassador visits Norfolk on tour

"The Pope's personal representative in Great Britain has completed a four-day tour of East Anglia after being invited to the county by the Bishop of East Anglia Rt Rev Alan Hopes." (article continues...). Image of a group in SJB Cathedral Gardens (not Sheringham as per caption).
[the same story appears in EDP and Dereham Times]

Eastern Daily Press

Papal Blessings for quartet of Norwich CAFOD volunteers

"Norwich: Papal blessings have been presented to four CAFOD volunteers in Norwich who, between then, have served the Catholic charity for an amazing 100 yeard." Article continues....
Image of four ladies holding certificates, caption: "The hard-working 'Marmalade Ladies' - Gloria Irons, Pat Buxton, Gill Bannon and Jenny Campling - with their CAFOS certificates."

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

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-)

Suffolk Parish and School launch eco-friendly project - press report

"St Edmund's Parish and Primary School has taken a big stride towards being more environmentally friendly with the launch of 20 phot-voltaic panels on the roof of the parish and school hall." (Article continues...). Image of Shirley Kalinauckas, Fr Charles and head teacher Samantha Barlow in front of the hall.

Universe Catholic Weekly (2021-)

Dowry Tour - press coverage

The two-year Dowry tour will reach St John the Baptist Cathedral in Norwich from 28 February to 2nd March. The tour is organised by the Shrine at Walsingham and by the Guild of Our Lady of Ransom.

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

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-)

Suffolk parish responds to pope's plea with Calais refugee support - press report

"A hugely generous response from St Edmunds Bungay and Harleston, to the pope's "moral imperative" to assist the exiled, the migrant, and the refugee, enabled parishioner Mary Kirk to take a car full of material donations and more than €1,000 for the work of Help Refugees at the
Auberge des Migrants in Calais.
A second collection raised nearly £500 and others chipped in. For the second year running parishioners also bought or donated goods desperately needed for those stranded in Calais and along the coast to Dunkirk." (more...)

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

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