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Fr Oswald Baker - Latin Mass

This is a collection of documentation about Fr Baker during a period of his differences with his Bishops about the Church's approach to Latin Mass. This includes correspondence, newspaper clippings and published material.

Fr Baker served as a curate at Luton, High Wycombe and Wymondham, Norfolk, before going to Downham Market in 1949. When the New Mass came out in 1969, Fr. Baker refused to say it and continued to offer exclusively the Tridentine Latin Mass as codified by Pope St. Pius V in 1570.

In 1975 Father Baker was suspended by Bishop Charles Grant. Bishop Grant told Fr. Baker not to say Mass in his Church, so Fr. Baker said Mass in his Presbytery instead. With the help of donations a house was purchased for his presbytery and chapel, at 48 Bexwell Road, Downham Market, named the "St. Pius V Chapel". He said Mass there until his death in 2004.
In 1984 he explained that the present Pope was "no more a Catholic than Ian Paisley - and no more a pope than Billy Graham". He added that "the new Mass is a sacrilegious parody of the true Mass: it is sinful to take part in it."

Baker, Oswald Charles Rev (1915-2004)

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

Sr Bede to Correspondent: Downham Market & Fr Baker; validity of New Rite

The root of the trouble at Downham Market is not the use of Latin but the disobedience of Fr Baker. Catholics not properly prepared for the changes, hence those being upset. Arbitrary experimentation by some priests have not helped - hence a longing for the old familiar Mass. The new rite has been established as valid and free form doctrinal error.

Barker, Marion Tess OSB

Bishop Lindsay: Message - warning against attending unofficial Latin Mass

Expectation that priests and laity obey and respect the Pope and Bishops and celebrate Mass and Sacraments in the Church's way. Warning against attending an unofficial Latin Mass. Establishes that Archbishop Lefebvre and supporters are opposed to Vatican II and are operating outside the orders of the Pope and Bishops. To attend their Mass is to risk parting company with the Pope and the Catholic Church.

Lindsay, Hugh Rev (1927-2009)

Fr Baker to Bishop Lindsay: My reasoning at fault?; Trying to do God's Will

Invited to offer the traditional Mass at Newcastle on 8 August. Telling the Bishop through courtesy following his admonition in the Catholic Press. Questions whether his reasoning can be found by the Bishop to be at fault. Offers Fr Wathen's "The Great Sacrilege" as an non-refutable authority. Fr Baker is trying to do God's Will - not defiant to authority but does not agree with the requirement for blind and unquestioning obedience.

Baker, Oswald Charles Rev (1915-2004)

"A Warning" "and an Amplification"

side 1: "A Warning / from / Peter Simple / of the Daily Telegraph / and an Amplification"
side 2: Article "Sign" by Peter Simple, reproduced from the Daily Telegraph, 16 March 1976
sides 3/4: "An amplification - from one of the faithful" by Margaret S Kenworthy-Browne

Unknown

Bishop Lindsay to Bishop Clark: Fr Baker and Tridentine Mass Centre in Newcastle

Fr Baker celebrated Mass without approval in the old rite without permission, preached without faculties and heard confession in an unsatisfactory conditions. He is reported as saying "Since the Vatican Council there have been two churches, one of which is the modern one with new doctrines, new morality, and new liturgy. They can't excommunicate me for that Church because I have never been a member of it. But I intend to remain loyal to the real Church." He has been on radio and television and has caused us considerable embarrassment. Can you persuade him to remain in Downham Market; he intends to return in the next month?

Lindsay, Hugh Rev (1927-2009)

"The Second Vatican Council"

Collection of sermons by Fr Oswald Baker; titles:
How can it have happened?
The evil of Vatican II
Faith and Morals: The Vatican II assault
Verdict on Vatican II
Papal infallibility and papal power
The Catholic Church and the Conciliar Church

Baker, Oswald Charles Rev (1915-2004)

"Ite Missa Est"

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..."

Unknown

Newsletter - Presbytery Chapel / St Pius V House, Downham Market

Redemptorist publication "Christian Encounter" - reverse page for local parish notes
Page 1 - printed
Page 2 - "Are Traditionalists disobedient? (concluded)" - traditional mass dates from 1570 - persistent challenges to legality of New Mass - even the Pope will not invoke it as a legal instrument - its introduction is visible a mistake.

Baker, Oswald Charles Rev (1915-2004)

Alan Smithies to Bishop Clark: A poets view; 4 hymns

Sides 1-3: Alan Smithies (author & poet) writes following hearing the Bishop on the radio discussing the Tridentine Mass, its discontinuation by Rome and the subsequent mass protests. As an Anglo Catholic author he holds no brief for the Tridentine Mass; discusses the 1549 prayer book (a wholly Catholic Mass). Anglicans are in more disarray with their various services, with Series III replacing good English with journalese (as with your English mass). Discusses the nature of the language and its uses, the Bishops of earlier ages; modern bishops too influenced by the popular. People do want good but simple everyday English. Appends some hymns if the Bishop would like to use any of them then he'd be delighted.
Sides 5, 7, 9: "Office for Saint Bede" 5 four-line verses; "For Saint Clare" [written for the nuns of Lynton, on the Feast of St Care, 1975] 8 six-line verses; "Hymn for Saint Nicholas" 6 four-line verses; "Office Hymn for Saint Andrew" 6 four-line verses
"These hymns are written with the intention that they should be sung, wherever possible, in plainchant."

Correspondent

Press cuttings - Fr Baker and Tridentine Mass

Photocopies of local press coverage about Fr Baker inaugurating a Tridentine Mass centre in Newcastle.
page 1: Article: Rebel priest to celebrate Latin Mass; Article: Booted out but unrepentant; letter: Oath of Loyalty
page 2/3: article: Old faith alive in the North
page 3: article: A choice of Masses today
page 4: article: North Catholics defy their Bishop

Various

"The persecution of Fr Oswald Baker"

Item demanding the real reason for the removal of Fr Oswald Baker be made known by the Bishop Alan Clark of Northampton. Addresses the use of the Tridentine Rite (in use for centuries) which Vatican II has overturned. Defends Fr Baker as an example of unity, veneration and holiness.
signature block: Joseph Harley - Dell Cottage, Chideock, Bridport, Dorset
manuscript note: "For your Lordship's information, [signed] illegible"

Unknown

Newsletter - St Dominic's Downham Market

Redemptorist publication "Christian Encounter" - reverse page for local parish notes
Page 1 - printed, but proper of Mass crossed out
Page 2 - "Topic - Women's Dress in Church" - a description of the nature/style of dress for a woman at Mass.
"Strictly and exclusively the complete unchanged traditional Catholic Latin Mass of St Pius V at Downham Market"

Baker, Oswald Charles Rev (1915-2004)

Correspondence - Fr Baker/Latin Mass

1 folder containing:
[ID prefix A= own AtoM record; N= no AtoM record]
N1. letter 20-5-1975 correspondent Local priest not following rite changesn
N2. letter 28-5-1975 correspondent Downham Market situation not good
N3. letter 25-5-1975 Bishop's Office Letter passed to Bishop Clark for rely
A4. letter 15-7-1975 Bishop Clark Understand anxiety. Working on a solution
N5. letter 31-7-1975 correspondent Support for Bishop Clark's action seen in press
A6. letter 7-8-1977 Bp Clark Reorganisation of parishes in Dereham/Swaffam
N7. letter 8-8-1975 correspondent Unhappy re loss of parish priest and daily Masses
A8. letter 9-8-1975 Fr Baker Time to consider Bp's letter; Happy Birthday to Bp.
N9. letter 9-8-1975 correspondent Bp's wrong understanding lead to wrong decision
A10. letter 10-8-1975 correspondent Petition sent to Bp Grant & Bp Clark
A10-1. petition 10-8-1975 correspondent Covering letter and Petition against changes at Downham
N11. letter 11-8-1975 Bp Clark Details to be confirmed - Masses will be held at Downham
A12. letter Aug 1975 Fr Baker Position at Downham comfortable/flourishing - no need for concern
A13. letter 12-8-1975 Bp Clark Explanation of changes; need for obedience to your Bishop; request to resign
N14. letter 12-8-1975 correspondent Retired priest saying Mass is more edifying at Downham than anywhere
N15. letter 12-8-1975 Mrs V M Gillick Request to reconsider decision about Fr Baker
N16. letter 12-8-1975 correspondent [an extract] advising caution for such a small matter / parish
N17. letter 14-8-1975 Bp Clark cannot allow disobedience; need to be resolute
N18. letter 14-8-1075 Bp Clark Correspondent's tone? decision is with pastoral concern
A19. letter 16-8-1975 Fr Baker Wishes Bp Clark Happy Birthday; will reply when Bp Grant responds
N20. letter 16-8-1975 correspondent Entreats reconsideration of Downham decision
N21. letter undated correspondent quotes "Gentleman Jack" by Robert Herrick; cautions Bp
N22. letter 18-8-1975 correspondent challenges the Bp to produce the Papal document imposing "New Mass"
N23. letter 15-8-1975 correspondent Copy of letter to Fr Baker; crime is to say Mass!; Bp will pay
N24. letter 19-8-1975 correspondent Support for pastoral role of Fr Baker; leave him unmolested
A25. letter 19-8-1975 Bp Clark Asks Fr Baker to announce that courtesy and Christian Charity should be reflected in letters
N26. letter undated correspondent Dismay at closure of Downham Market as a parishes
N27. letter 20-8-1975 correspondent Questioning decision to remove a much loved parish priest
A28. letter 20-8-1975 correspondent Robust letter challenging the Bishop's decision; copied to Hierarchy
A29. letter 20-8-1975 Fr Baker Unfortunate Anglia TV programme; sorry about intemperate letters
N30. letter 20-8-1975 correspondent Anglo-Catholic priest supports Fr Baker as a good parish priest
N31. letter 21-8-1975 correspondent long letter addressing the attempt to dismiss Fr Baker
N32. letter 22-8-1975 correspondent Support for Fr Baker; dislike of a watered down Mass
N33. letter 22-8-1975 correspondent Support for Fr Baker; many attend for Tridentine Latin Mass
N34. letter 22-8-1975 correspondent Press reports on Fr Baker and Bishop's decision - false ecumenism
N35. letter 22-8-1975 correspondent Press reports on removal of Fr Baker; a grave injustice
N36. letter 23-8-1975 correspondent Indulgence for different forms of Mass but not for Tridentine
N37. letter 23-8-1975 correspondent Plea to allow "the glorious Tridentine Mass"
N38. letter 23-8-1975 correspondent Wide ranging letter: CofE; sects; secret societies; bogus ecumenism
N39. letter 23-8-1975 correspondent Allow Folk masses and pop music; why not Tridentine?
N40. letter 24-8-1975 correspondent scotch rumours causing pain and distress re Tridentine
N41. letter 24-8-1975 correspondent Always priests of Fr Baker's calibre
N42. letter 25-8-1975 correspondent incomprehensible harshness of decision; staunch/holy Fr Baker
N43. letter 25-8-1975 correspondent Sad about Fr Baker; refugees fleeing the Anti-Christ
N44. letter 25-8-1975 correspondent Denial of Spiritual Nourishment from Mass at Downham
N45. letter 25-8-1975 correspondent protest at action taken against Downham priest
N46. letter 25-8-1975 correspondent support for new rite and replacement of Fr Baker; silent majority
N47. letter 26-8-1975 correspondent keep Fr Baker and Tridentine Mass
N48. letter 26-8-1975 correspondent many praying for a change of priest at Downham
N49. letter 26-8-1975 correspondent offensive proposal to interfere with Bp's authority
N49-1. notice 26-8-1975 "Pilgrimage to Downham Market and Day of Prayers"
N49-2. letter 26-8-1975 correspondent Asks Fr Baker "Aught we not to obey?"
N50. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Kentucky Rev distressing news about Fr Baker being ousted
N51. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Reconsider decision
N52. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Enclosed verse expresses writer's feelings; sorry for Bishop
N52-1. verse "Now, Downham Market's Golgotha,"; 8 four line verses
N53. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Suppression of traditional Mass; not wipe Fr Baker off the map
N54. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Daily Mail report of Mass with sliced bread and paper cups
N55. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Allow Mass at Downham; support for Fr Baker
N56. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Allow Fr Baker to follow his conscience
N57. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Reconsider changing parish boundaries.
N58. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent Old Mass wanted; parishioners fortunate to have Fr Baker
N59. letter 27-8-1975 correspondent dismayed at boundary changes and removal of Fr Baker
N60. letter undated correspondent by what authority is the Bishop doing what he is doing?
N61. letter 28-8-1975 correspondent Fr Baker well regarded; change your decision
N62. letter 28-8-1975 Bp Clark Grateful for the letter; inundated with condemnation;
N63. letter 28-8-1975 Bp Clark appreciate the courtesy; next few weeks will be difficult
A64. letter 28-8-1975 Bp Clark To Bp Grant. Diocese division; Downham Market; PPs changeover on 7 October
N65. letter 28-8-1975 correspondent suggesting alternative solution to suppressing Latin Mass
N66. letter undated unsigned wide ranging polemic; geopolitics, Russia, Israel, history & ills of Catholics in England
N67. letter 29-8-1975 unsigned "do not commit your dirty deed on Father Baker"
N68. letter 29-8-1975 correspondent schizm [sic] arisen over adoption of New Mass
A69. letter 29-8-1975 correspondent support for the good job Fr Sketch is doing in Downham
N70. letter 29-8-1975 correspondent silent majority support Bishop's approach
N71. letter 30-80`975 correspondent support for Latin Mass
N72. letter 31-8-1975 correspondent protest against removal of Fr Baker
N73. letter 31-8-1975 correspondent farmer using the metaphor of the shepherd and his sheep
N74. letter 31-8-1975 correspondent protest at attempts to oust Fr Baker; exercise right for old Mass
N75. letter 31-8-1975 correspondent Why discard the old Mass? Pride?
N76. letter 31-8-1975 correspondent No choice given; suppression of old teachings
N77. letter 31-8-1975 correspondent admiration for Bishop's stand at Downham
N78. letter 31-8-1975 correspondent one-sided media reporting; feels for the Bishop
N79. letter 29-8-1975 correspondent Retired priest [?] on English Indult vs. Novus Ordo
N80. letter 1-9-1975 correspondent "Ildephonsus", Lynford, a pity Fr Baker did not resign and retire as Fr Houghton did
N81. letter 1-9-1097 correspondent Allow both rites; Bishops not in touch with laity
N82. postcard 1-9-1975 unsigned randomly covered with sketches, phrases, recusant references
N83. letter 1-9-1975 correspondent support for Bishop's efforts to implement Vatican II
N84. letter 2-9-1975 correspondent in support of Archbishop Lefebvre, Fr Baker; Curia is destroying the Church
A85. statement 2-9-1975 Bp Clark To Catholic Herald, taken by Mr Duggan - Downham affair
A85-1. notes 2-9-1975 Bp Clark Manuscript answers to questions put by Catholic Herald
N86. letter 2-9-1975 J Todhunter Support for Bp; Mention of Justice Cumming-Bruce drink driving conviction
N87. letter 2-9-1975 correspondent Pope Pius V 1570 rite in perpetuity; grave suspicion over new rite and other changes
N88. letter 2-9-1975 correspondent reconsider making Latin Mass inaccessible in East Anglia
N89. letter 2-9-1975 correspondent diatribe against shabby treatment of Fr Baker and the changes being implemented after Vatican II
A90. letter 4-9-1975 The Table Editor: piece on Downham Market; Fr Baker really exemplary?
N91. postcard 5-9-1975 correspondent distress at being forbidden the worship of our martyrs
N92. letter 5-9-1975 correspondent church acting in haste; do not wrong Fr Baker
N93. letter 5-9-1975 Revd KV Ensor Anglican making observations about ecumenical changes
N94. letter 5-9-1975 correspondent Blame on Bps Butler and Clark for Catholic Dogma damage
N95. letter 7-9-1975 correspondent support for Latin mass; exemplified by the CCR, etc.
A95. letter 7-9-1975 Bp Grant Requests Fr Baker to attend in Northampton for discussions
A96. letter 8-9-1975 Bp Clark[?] To Tablet editor, article honest appraisal of Downham affair
N97. letter 8-9-1975 correspondent distressed at possible dismissal of Fr Baker for Latin Mass
A98. letter 9-9-1975 Bp Clark Fr Baker on women's attire; Bishops looking for a solution
A99. letter 9-9-1975 Bp Clark To Rev Ensor, touched by letter; misery at Downham
A100. letter 9-9-1975 Bp Clark Bp Grant has waited; will use Canon Law not act summarily
A101. letter 9-9-1975 Bp Office Copy of letter from Bp Grant to Fr Baker via Fr Hammond
A101-1. letter 9-9-1975 Bp Grant Fr Baker is acting against Church Law; invited to resign
N102. letter 9-9-1975 correspondent distressed at Fr Baker being censured
N103. letter 9-9-1975 correspondent sorry about vicious letters; laity's resistance to changes; left wing favoured over right wing; hardening attitudes
N104. letter 9-9-1975 correspondent bill of St Pius V was never repealed
N105. letter 9-9-1975 correspondent stop aligning Catholic with Anglican liturgy/theology
N106. letter 10-9-1975 correspondent American family visiting enjoy Latin Mass; reconsider proposed actions
N107. letter 11-9-1975 correspondent No respect for sacred aspects of the Mass or Church
A108. letter 11-9-1975 Alan Smithies Poet: short treatise on development of English language liturgy; providing 4 hymns
N109. letter 11-9-1975 correspondent support for Bishop after seeing him on TV; convert from Marxism
A110. letter 11-9-1975 Sr Bede The changes are proper; implementation / explanation poor
N111. letter 11-9-1975 correspondent Tho' pro-Latin faction is vociferous; many have accepted new Mass
N112. letter 12-9-1975 correspondent Let Fr Baker continue his holy duties and say Latin Mass
N113. letter 13-9-1975 correspondent against me or for me; support for Fr Baker & Archbishop Lefebvre
N114. letter 14-9-1975 correspondent inconsistent approach by Bishops; overnight decrees changing life long habits
N115. letter 14-9-1975 correspondent support for Fr Baker; lowering of liturgy standards
N116. letter 15-9-1975 Bp Clark Catholic Herald's Douglas Brown article ".. what is really happening."; Thanks for the encouraging letter
A117. letter 15-9-1975 Bp Clark D Brown's article was right; Times' Clifford Longley's good overview of what is at stake
N118. letter 14-9-1975 correspondent General discontent at Fr Baker situation in Downham; look forward to arrival of Fr Sketch
N119. letter 14-9-1975 correspondent Anglicans can choose service types - why not Catholics? Allow Fr Baker to continue
N120. letter 15-9-1975 correspondent innovation is destroying the church; Fr Baker is an example
N121. letter 22-9-1975 correspondent support for Fr Baker; removal of Bp Clark
N122. letter 23-9-1975 correspondent Silent majority want life in the parish and not Fr Baker - list of 140
N123. letter 24-9-1975 correspondent appeals for a sympathetic approach for Fr Baker
N124. letter 1-11-1975 correspondent liberals depriving traditional Catholics of Latin Mass
N125. letter 8-11-1975 correspondent puzzled about Downham affair; demonstrate paternal charity?
N126. letter 11-11-1975 correspondent maintain the parish as it is; keep a priest, which are in short supply
N127. letter 14-11-1975 correspondent a good priest being harshly dismissed; change decision
N128. letter 15-11-1975 correspondent conformity for itself; allow both rites together
N129. letter 18-11-1975 correspondent why punish a priest for doing what he was ordained to do?
A130. letter 20-11-1975 Bp Grant Covering letter for official decree removing Fr Baker
A130-1. decree 19-11-1975 Bp Grant Decree for the removal of Fr Baker from Downham parish
A131. letter 24-11-1975 Bp Grant Consequences of the Decree for Fr Baker
A132. letter 25-11-1975 Bp Grant unbalanced account given in Daily Telegraph re Downham
A133. notice 26-11-1975 Bp Grant Explanatory notice for Fr Sketch to give to parishioners
N134. letter 27-11-1975 correspondent tolerance for "pop-masses" but not for traditional rite
N135. letter 28-11-1975 correspondent high-handed treatment of Fr Anthony Roberts and Fr Baker; Gorleston ceremony marred by an ungenerous disposition - astonished and is not forgotten
A136. letter 26-12-1097 Fr Baker cover letter to unidentified editor for a statement; asks for 24 copies of the edition it appears in
A136-1 statement 26-12-1975 Fr Baker Statement including objections to "New Mass"
N137. letter 28-12-1975 correspondent lengthy letter challenging Bp Grant's line on Fr Baker
N137-1. encl. undated unknown included example received of attack on traditional ways
N138. letter 30-12-1975 Cath. Herald Editor for Bp Clark's view [on Fr Baker's letter of 26-12]
A139. letter 2-1-1976 Bp Clark To Cath. Herald editor; Fr Baker not correct to attack Bp secretary
N140. letter 15-1-1976 correspondent Cover letter for copy of letter to Bp Grant
N140-1. letter 15-1-1976 correspondent challenges the authority of action against Fr Baker
N141. review undated Tom Sutcliffe "Amen Corner" - unknown source - review of Long Play (LP) record of Mass at Downham Market on All Souls November 1975
N142. letter 5-7-1976 correspondent Why is Tridentine Mass so wrong after a thousand years?
N143. letter 6-7-1976 correspondent Bp Clark's Pastoral letter heard with sadness. A mature Church can disregard Fr Baker and the "rebel Cardinal"
N144. letter 8-7-1976 pseudonym Bp Clark's extraordinary outburst against Fr Baker [in Pastoral Letter]; silly and stupid laws will be disobeyed
N145. letter 9-7-1976 correspondent Quotes Malcolm Muggeridge: church is driving the faithful away; Bp and similar are suppressing the Catholic Mass
N146. letter 10-7-1976 correspondent without forgiveness Fr Baker and his followers will not find their way back
N147. letter 11-7-1976 Fr Atkinson Understanding is key; need to explain the changes clearly
N148. letter 12-7-1976 correspondent Attack on Fr Baker; traditionalist do not discredit the Church
N149. leaflet 12-7-1976 unknown "Pray for the Return of the Latin Mass" [printed]; M/s: pray that Bp Clark stops his vendetta against Fr Baker
A150. letter 14-7-1976 Bp Clark Sad that must address Fr Bakers' activities; tried many times to build bridges; but the refusal to accept new teachings
N151. letter 18-7-1976 correspondent Press cutting from Cambridge; sorry missed Bp Clark's ordination
A152. statement 25-7-1976 Bp Lindsay Warning about Marcel Lefebvre's group organising an unofficial old Latin mass
A153. letter 30-7-1976 Fr Baker cannot accept unquestioning and bind obedience
A154. letter 4-8-1976 Bp Lindsay Fr Baker is neglecting guidance from many sources
A155 letter 9-8-1976 Bp Lindsay Press cuttings; Fr Baker causing embarrassment in Newcastle
A155-1 press 4-8-1976 Press 3 pages; copies of press cuttings
A156 letter 9-8-1976 Bp Lindsay Requesting Fr Baker not to return to Newcastle
N157 postcard 11-8-1976 pseudonym Attacks on Fr Baker set back Church Unity

Various

Bishop Clark to Bp Grant: Diocese division; Downham Market; PP changeover

Suggest Canons Burditt and Frost and Frs Philpot and Wace for Commission on the division of the [Northampton] Diocese.
Downham Market is an issue on which we must stand - "whatever the personal holiness of Ossie (and God alone is the Judge here), he is corrupting a holy thing - and this is the hidden evil." Unwavering leadership is required. Confront Ossie with the obedience he owes, and, that the Pope has formally specified the circumstances in which the rite may be celebrated.
Tony Sketch should be given Downham market as his charge and say a publicised Mass there.
PPs (Aldeburgh, Wymondham, Felixstowe and Ipswich) make change-over on October 7th.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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