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Archbishop Worlock to Archbishop's Office

to David Norris: Regarding the request from Father John Coventry. The NCF has limited funds for such applications. Possibly provide a token of £250 but need to make sure from Bishop Clark that the Theological Commission is backing this seminar. So, as a grant from the Bishop's Conference may be taken as approbation this should be cleared with Alan Clark.

Worlock, Derek John Harford Rev (1920-1996)

Berry & Walton to Bishop's Office: [Insley] Estate Funds

Writing to Myles Osborne (Diocesan Financial Administrator): Clarifying the position with regard to the Estates Funds and the ability to retain Church, Presbytery and House. Necessary to meet tax liabilities consequently the House (40 Manor Road) will have to be sold but need the Bishop's urgent consent to proceed.

Berry & Walton (1983-2018)

Bishop Cary-Elwes to Fr Heptonstall: Manage funding process; Winnowing of list

Bickerdike was one of many excluded when the Beati list was winnowed from 250 as over 100 were turned down - perhaps later. Be careful about managing the fund (permission granted) and keep the monies for building/support separate from other monies. Recognise the need in such missions to harvest in-season to weather the off-season. Take care about the Squire - he has to change his ways before being received into the church. Exhortation to be prudent, discipline of a "common sense hardness".

Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)

Bishop Clark to Dersingham Committee: Andrew Kingcomb; Priest at Dersingham; Fr Howarth

Defective screen letter passed onto Fr Richard Wilson (Finance Office).
Whilst the departure of Andrew Kingcomb is a blow you are showing great courage in filling the gaps left by him. However, the appointment of Eucharistic Ministers is made by the Parish Priest (Fr Nesden) and approved by me - after a period of training. Fr Charles Howarth has his duties in Massingham and his residence there.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Allen: "The National Pilgrimage"; Financial Management of Walsingham

National Pilgrimage: will seek to engage the minds of sympathetic eminential and episcopal hierarchs!
Financial Management of Walsingham: he considers that things are working pretty well at the moment - should there be a need for significant change then thought and discussion will ensue. The Trust acts well for Walsingham and that is how it should stay.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Langley: Rome trip; Uncle accommodation

Fine about Rome trip. Finances highly credible - but carry on with the weekly £15 form the Sick Clergy Fund (explain more when we meet). Uncle situation - good for a time but eventually he will need proper care.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Nesden: Welcome for Deacon; Finances for Dersingham

Grateful for the warm welcome to Deacon Matthews. Will allocate a chunk of "Ransom Money" for the first year plus trust you to allocate Dersingham collections to them with a grant from Hunstanton to cover the anticipated £1000 per year costs for Dersingham. Set up an account in your and Len's name which he could manage in situ; he will account to both Diocese and you.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Richmond: All Saints

Not keen on paying for the church, or even renting it. The original proposition was affordable if taken steadily. If the Church Commissioner's remain steadfast then we may think of an extension to St Henry's.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Richmond: All Saints; Visitation

Issues about the church: suitable for today's liturgy, etc,; whether a financial transaction is involved; enough money for necessary restoration. No diocesan funds at the moment - the bishop has his own roof problem!

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Wilson: Walsingham - the Project; financial management

Bishop Charles and Bishop Derek have offered support for "THE PROJECT". Cardinal Basil thinks there will be no difficulty in raising £150,000. Appeal being run by Fr Birch; financial responsibility to be the Diocese'. Helpful for Fr John Drury to help Fr Wilson? There is no treasurer worthy of the name. Charitable trust set up by Michael Ward. Bishop leaving it to Fr Wilson to address the how, when and what.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Insley Trustees: Dersingham Church dedication is "St Cecilia"

Apologies for late reply - contracted Washington DC 'flu.
Already said in 1988 that the building can commence; St Cecilia is an appropriate dedication; need definition of transference of site etc. and monies remaining.
".. I cannot envisage and 'independent' church owned and managed by an independent group!! There has to be a cut off point when it passes legally n to the hands of the Diocese."
Mr Duffin left in November and is succeeded by Myles Osborne.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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