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Abbot Ramsay to Bishop Cary-Elwes: Fr Worswick to leave Beccles

Abbot Ramsay: Need to provide resources for the missions - hence a need to move Fr Worswick from Beccles. Fr martin Campbell, currently at Little Malvern, will replace him.
manuscript annotation: "Extremely sorry! But will not embarrass you, only trusting that Beccles will not go to sleep again. Fr Worswick [illegible] her from sleep of Spiritual Starvation. I give faculties to Fr Campbell for when he comes, also for the Nuns. Fr Worswick [illegible] leave his faculties form behind, when Fr Campbell comes he can send it to me. I will just change the name. Sept 12/24."

Downside Abbey

Abbot Ramsey to Bishop Cary-Elwes: Accept being a trustee

The Abbot accepts the role as trustee for the endowment from Mr Banham's will.
manuscript annotation: "Wrote thanking. Also to RE Banham saying Abbot Ramsey accepted to act as trustee and to say that, subject to Fr Worswick's approval, appointed Dr Helsham. Also wrote to Fr Worswick telling him of the arrangements."

Downside Abbey

Abbot Vosier to Bishop: Community too young to take on new building; Come to consecration of Abbey Church next year?

Regrets community too young for a foundation. Small communities never a success. Invites him to Consecration of Abbey Church on 25th August 1932 & asks him to consecrate one of 14 side altars.
Bishop annotation: accepts. Asks for later note as date long way off.

Vonier, Ascar Rev OSB

Abbot Watkin to Bishop Clark: Will address the matter

Mrs Bramley is kind-hearted, etc. she did discuss the letter with the Abbot but also added other parts not seen until the Bishop copied her letter to him. He was delighted not to be governor and will talk to her. On way to Mass at Gillingham; his health has its ups and downs.

Watkin, Aelred Rev MA FSA FRSA FRHistS (1918-1997)

Accounts

1968 Balance sheet (covering letter by Claude Fisher); Oct 1969 Statement of Funds; 1969 Income/Expenditure; 1970 10 Year Cash flow spreadsheet (including Diocese and Bishops' individual donations listed); 1971 Income and expenditure analysis; 1972 Administrator's report and accounts; 1973 Administrator's report and Accounts; 1974 Administrator's report and Accounts (plus usage statistics); 1975 Balance sheet plus notes; 1976 1st Quarter summary sheet; 1976 2nd Quarter summary sheet; 1976 3rd Quarter summary sheet; 1975-1976 Insurance specification (Walsingham properties); 1975/6 Accounts; 1977 accounts; 1977 budget comparison; 1978 accounts; 1979 accounts (draft); 1980 accounts (audited); 1979/1980 manuscript spreadsheet outgoings; 1981 accounts; 1981 Estimated Cash flow - Slipper Chapel; 1982 Accounts; [c October 1982 - auction] Analysis of Expected revenue and expenditure; 1984 Walsingham Trust Accounts; 1984 Accounts; 1985 Accounts; 1986 Accounts; 1987 Accounts; 1988 Accounts; 1989 Walsingham Trust Accounts; 1989 Accounts; 1990 Accounts; 1990/91 Income & Expenditure estimates; 1991 Accounts; 1992 Accounts; 1993 Accounts; 1994 Accounts; 1995 Trust Annual report and Accounts; 1995 Accounts; 1996 Accounts; 1997 Trust Annual report and Accounts

Fisher, Claude MBE KSG (-1985)

Ad Clerum - Bishops' Communications to the Clergy

  • GB ARCHON 2913 ADC
  • Fonds
  • 1940 to 2002

An ‘ad clerum’ ( Latin for ‘to the clergy’) is a letter or announcement primarily addressed to ordained ministers from their Bishop.
There are regular, formal notices that the Bishop uses to inform or instruct his clergy for their awareness or action. There are also other ad hoc letters and notes about specific topics.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Aidan Slack to Bishop Cary-Elwes: Faculties for Gillingham

Aidan Slack, writing from Ushaw College, Durham, hopes to be ordained on Easter Monday. His first Mass will be at Mrs Kenyon's oratory at Gillingham Hall. Hopes to reconcile a lapsed Catholic there and requests faculties for Gillingham.
manuscript annotation: Gave faculties for Gillingham Hall only."

Correspondent

Air Ministry to Canon Marshall: Sawston Hall Chapel; RAF will not use the Chapel & it will revert to original use when (Hall) not needed

Re Sawston Hall, Cambridge. Thanks him for kind response to Dept's request. Asks him to assure Bishop Chapel will be allowed to revert to its proper function when security considerations permit, meantime RAF will put it to no other use.

Air Ministry

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