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Youth Hail Christ the King

Young people from throughout the diocese of East Anglia, representing some of the diocese's 40 schools, will gather to celebrate the feast of Christ the King. A programme of events at Notre Dame High School is followed by a procession to St John the Baptist Cathedral.

Dowsey, Gary Rev (1955-)

Youth for justice

[undated; unattributed]
image: a procession from Notre Dame School in Surrey Street, Norwich
text: National Youth Sunday celebrated around England and Wales. In the diocese of East Anglia, Bishop Clark watched presentations by 400 youngsters at Notre Dame High School, Norwich; Bishop Emery of Portsmouth addressed 400 people at Portsmouth Cathedral.

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Vigil of prayer for Peace Day

[undated; unattributed]
Walsingham held an all-night vigil timed with the meeting of Pope John Paull II and 150 leaders from all Christian denominations at Assisi, Italy. Fr Pat Clearly delivered a message from the Bishop, Alan Clark.

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Vic Birtles (Anglia TV) to Fr Manley: Establishing a Diocesan Press Office

Suggestions from Press Officer at Anglia TV regarding the establishment of a Catholic Diocesan Press Office:

  1. Press Reception in Norwich, mid-day (to catch the deadlines); early in week (to catch weeklies) with Bishop news story
  2. Create a mailing list of all news outlets (some examples offered)
  3. Monthly information bulletin
  4. Contact numbers, etc.
  5. Bishops letters provided in advance but embargoed
  6. Photographs of clergy, etc.

Anglia Television Limited

Vatican envoy on three-day visit to region / Laity doing vital tasks

2 articles in on cutting

  1. Description of the visit by Archbishop Barbarito to the region.
  2. Use of laity for vital tasks because the diocese has too few priests. Bishop Clark called a special assembly to discuss the topic. Despite recent ordinations, there is going to be a shortfall of priests.

Eastern Daily Press

The Tablet editor to Bishop Clark: Downham Market piece

T E Burns (Editor) to Bishop Clark advising him that a piece on Downham Market will be in The Tablet Notebook that week. "Since writing it, I have discovered that Downham Market is also the headquarters of the Counter Reform goings on of the Abbe Nantes, etc. etc. so perhaps Fr Baker is something rather different from the 'exemplary and devoted priest' that I depicted."
Mention that the CTS reissue of "Apostolicae Curea" is causing a convert some distress; the Bishop had written to him to say that such discussions should be available.

The Tablet

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)

The Catholic Cross, Vol 5 No 2

page1: Christmas, Nativity scene and text
page 2: Editorial
page 3: Image of Fr Oswald Baker ("DT Picture") - advertisement for recording of All saints Day Mass at Downham Market
page 4/5: "No 'Sack' for this 'Rebel priest'" - 3 images of a Catholic priest concelibrating mass with an Episcopal priest (Sister)
Page 6-8: "Reply to Bishop Grant" - " I have received a copy of your letters dated 26 November and 6 December, concerning Downham Market..." signed L Hurst

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St Etheldrea, Ely

Bishop announcing an arrangement to use Ely Cathedral's Lady Chapel for Sunday Mass, at the invitation of the Dean and Chapter. St Etheldreda' Church is being repaired following storm damage. Fr Brendan Peters did not accept this need but the Bishop made arrangements through the Chancellor, Canon Paul Taylor.

Manley, Robert Rev (-1983)

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