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PACE - Northampton Diocese Newspaper

Text from June 1970 edition (see image):
A Dream becomes Reality
Why PACE was started
This is "PACE" the new Catholic paper for the diocese of Northampton. You may have already heard something about it in your parish and as you will see from the letter on this page the Holy Father has heard about "PACE"; The idea for it has evolved in the Administrator's mind over the past 10 years. There has been a need for better communication in the diocese and a newspaper format was thought to be the best. "PACE" it was felt should belong to the Church with all Catholics playing their part in its production.

It is to be a medium through which everybody can make their activities known, but because of its 25 localised editions people in Bedford or Northampton will not have to read the "parish pump” activities of Yarmouth or Norwich.

The activities and events organised by sodalities and parish organisations, stories written by members of the diocese, letters, queries, photographs, cartoons - all will have their place in ‘PACE’ because it is YOUR paper. The whole presentation of it except printing is done by lay people, and you are encouraged to contribute to its content

When “PACE” was devised it was thought 62 different editions would be needed but by mutual amalgamation of parishes this has been cut to 25. It will circulate in all seven counties of the diocese - Bedford, Buckingham, Cambs., Huntingdon, Norfolk, Northamptonshire and Suffolk - distribution being done by the parishes. Forty thousand copies are being printed to begin with and the long term aim is for every Catholic family in the Diocese to have one.

DEDICATION IN LOURDES GROTTO
Dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes it was appropriate that the Dedication was personally placed in the Grotto at Lourdes by the Administrator.

Why “PACE” as a name? Many names were thought of and among them ‘VIATOR', suggesting the pilgrim road this paper is travelling and the road the Church travels. However, in this age of the vernacular an English name was thought better and “PACE” indicated the “healthy pace at which the Church is moving". Somebody has also suggested it is the link between the Parish and the diocese and that is what we hope it will be.

Setting the PACE for us
Printing of “PACE” is carried out by Tilbury Printers Limited on a Planeta Brilliant machine, which is the first in this country. It is the fastest sheet-fed litho offset machine in the world with a speed of 11.000 copies per hour. Illustrations are reproduced on 133 screen. Collating of pages, packing and dispatch is all done at Tilbury.

Holy Father sends His Blessing
SEGRETERIA DI STATO
N.159.634
DAL VATICANO. April 23, 1970
My Lord Bishop,

The Holy Father has learned with pleasure of the new diocesan magazine "Pace", which you plan to begin to publish shortly and he has bidden me convey his good wishes for the success of the venture.

In view of the immense power of the press, it is important that Catholics should play their full part in publishing and supporting newspapers and magazines that will conscientiously fulfil their high mission of spreading knowledge of the truth in a manner consonant with the Gospel.

Accordingly His Holiness is very happy to bestow his Apostolic Blessing on all who are collaborating with Your Lordship in the realization of this project, which he prays may be of great benefit to the Diocese of Northampton.

With my personal good wishes and regard, I am
Yours sincerely in Christ, J. Card. Villot

Welcome Note from the Bishop
I welcome PACE. In these days of increased sharing by everyone in the life of the church it is more important than ever that news of this life should be readily available. PACE with it's many local editions, will provide the news in each neighbourhood which is the first interest of those that live there, while the diocesan coverage will help the local community to look to the diocese, which is it's link with the universal church, and so avoid a narrow concern with it's own affairs exclusively. I hope to make great use of it myself as an excellent means of communication with the diocese. I express my thanks and blessing to all those who have worked so hard to make PACE the success it deserves to be.

DEDICATION
This publication is dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes and we will at all times endeavour to be worthy of such a dedication.

Grant, Charles Alexander Rev LCL BA (1906-1989)

East Anglian Guild Magazine - The Magazine of the Guild of St Felix & St Edmund

The magazine was edited by Fr Thomson, a co-founder of the Guild. Originally a monthly magazine, during the war years (and to the Winter of 1948-9) it became a quarterly issue. The format comprised regular items (see contents file) of news from parishes, articles on the Catholic faith and belief, historical items, a series describing Diocesan Churches, clerical appointments, obituaries and an irregular listing of the Bishop's appointments for the month/quarter.
News from the Parishes were free form and depending on the parish may contain references to events (fetes, parties, visitations, confirmations, etc.), comments about clerical comings and goings, references to significant parishioners, births, deaths, marriages, war time restrictions and events, etc.

Thomson, John Henry Rev RD (-1968)

East Anglian Diocesan NEWS

1st issue - July 1990; #2 - September 1990; #3 - November 1990; #4 - January 1991; #5 - March 1991; #6 - May 1991; #7 - July 1991; #8 September 1991; #9 - November 1991; #10 - January 1992

Dowsey, Gary Rev (1955-)

St Francis Magazine January 1926

Er Aedibus Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles
Diocesan News: Aldeburgh; Bedford; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Daventry and Weedon; High Wycombe; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); Olney; Slough; Woodbridge
Elderney the Little - Canon James Flint
Norfolk Annals - H S Squirrell
Baylis House. Catholic School and Catholic Centre, 1830-1907 - Edwin H Burton DD
Rescue Work: St Francis Birthday Society; InterAlia; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

NEWS - From the Catholic Diocese of East Anglia

A5 booklet, photocopied A4 paper folded, 1 staple in spine, colour paper cover, white inside

  1. Autumn 1983
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  3. Spring 1984
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  5. Autumn 1984
  6. New Year 1985
  7. Easter 1985
  8. Summer 1985
  9. Autumn 1985
  10. Christmas 1985
  11. Spring 1986
    A5 booklet, A4 folded, 2 staples in spine, gloss card cover with colour images, gloss print paper, monochrome internal images
  12. Summer 1986
    A4 leaflet, 1 page, 2 folds, 6 sides, printed, yellow banner front page, monochrome images
  13. Autumn 1986
  14. Winter 1986/87
  15. Spring 1987
  16. Summer 1987
  17. Winter 1987/88
  18. Spring 1988
  19. Summer 1988
  20. Winter 1988/89
  21. Spring 1989
  22. Summer 1989
  23. Winter 1989/90

Dowsey, Gary Rev (1955-)

Following a Story - Bishop Roderick Wright and the press 15-30 September 1996

Presumable produced as an educational document.
A commentary, with examples from the media, of a media story relating to Bishop Roderick Wright (d. 2005) of Argyll and the Isles. The story was triggered by his disappearance at the same time as a woman from his parish. The media followed the story relating it to clerical celibacy in the Catholic Church and produced a number of headlines and cartoons.

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The Phoenix

From the Inside first page:

Our Cover
Many readers will no doubt recognise the cover of the first edition of Phoenix, as the Coat of Arms of our own Bishop Alan Clark, and the arms of our Diocese.
The motto, chosen by the Bishop, "Ministerio Christi Addictus" means completely given over to the ministry of Christ.
The shield itself records the historic roots of this diocese. It bears two of the three crowns of the Arms of Ely and one of the three mitres of the Arms of Norwich. Across the top are three lilies on blue, signifying the consecration of this diocese to the care of Our Lady of Walsingham.

Introducing Phoenix
Welcome to our new magazine, which it is proposed to produce bi-monthly. Phoenix will cover the Parishes of St. John's, St. George's, Holy Apostles, Costessy, Poringland, Loddon, Wymondham and Dereham plus the outstations of the Norwich Parishes. This issue will also be sold in Swaffham and depending on their response they may well be joining us on a permanent basis.
The success of the magazine will lie heavily on the shoulders of the parishioners of the above churches because we can only print the news we receive from you.
Phoenix will normally have photos as well as local news and views plus we hope items of interest written by you. We welcome also your letters on any subject you like but please include your name, address and parish when doing so.
We also need help in selling these so if you are prepared to sell Phoenix outside your church please inform the parish priest or the local Phoenix team.
Items and photos, (black and white only), for inclusion in the next edition should be sent to Mrs. Stollery, 60 Avenue Road, Norwich to reach her not later than Friday 5th August.
If you would like to have someone also report your event or have photos taken please let Allen Howes 21 Sandringham Road, Norwich, or, Pat Scrutton, 54 St. Philips Road, Norwich, know and they will try to get someone to cover it.
Lastly we will welcome ideas to improve the magazine so please tell us.
The next edition of Phoenix will be on sale on Sunday 11th September.

Scrutton, Patrick Michael Mr (-2018)

St Francis Magazine January 1932

To the Diocese - Provost John Freeland, VG
Diocesan News: Aston-le-Walls; Beaconsfield; Beccles; Bedford; Bury St Edmund's; Cambridge; Ipswich (St Pancras); Norwich (St John the Baptist); Sudbury; Swaffham; Wellingborough
The Church and the Poor (313-900AD) - CA Snowden
Father George H Miles RIP - MJ Geraghty [Obituary]
Rome Fifty-Nine years Ago - Francis Seymour Stevenson
Favours Received at Leighton Buzzard - through the miraculous medal of Our Blessed Lady - Henry Long
Pastons of Appleton, Norfolk - Katharine Paston-Bedingfeld
They that go down to the Sea in Ships III - Harold S Squirrell
Rescue Work: Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine

"A record of Diocesan and Rescue Work in the diocese of Northampton.."
Short reports submitted by diocesan parishes; articles; advertising

Youens, Laurence Walter Rev (1873-1939)

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 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

St Francis Magazine April 1926

Er Aedibus Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles [Sawston Chapel Reopening]
Diocesan News: Aldeburgh and Leiston; Beccles; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Daventry and Weedon; Gorleston-on-Sea; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); King's Lynn; Laxton; March; Northampton; Norwich (St John's); Olney; Peterborough; Raunds; Slough; Woodbridge
A Legend of the Daisy - Sr Mary Paul OSB [verse]
Cardinal Manning's Oblates - Wilfred C Robinson FRHistS
A Little Miracle of St Therese of the Infant Jesus (Hugh Wycombe)
Norfolk Annals (continued) - H S Squirrell
Baylis House. Catholic School and Catholic Centre, 1830-1907 - Edwin H Burton DD
Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

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