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40 delegates from Diocese to National Pastoral Congress

pg 1: Bishop Clark to lead 40 delegates to Congress in Liverpool May 2-6
pg 2: Aims of the Congress; The Agenda
pg 3: The Seven sectores; The East Anglia Priority; Sector Presidents
Pg 4-6: Deanery delegates listing
Pg 7: A message from the Bishop; The Diocesan Banner [made by Mrs Cicely Green, description of banner]
Pg 8: Congress Coach; Information Contacts (Fr Emmanuel Sullivan SA, Fr Anthony Rogers)

Manley, Robert Rev (-1983)

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)

Bishop Clark to Fr Watkin: Funerals; Visitation changes

Having returned from an episcopal funeral in Portsmouth, invited to another in Liverpool by Archbishop Worlock for +Anthony Hitchen. You now know why the visitation is cut short - proposes to leave for Liverpool after lunch and hence cannot attend the school on Monday but offer Wednesday instead.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Mgr Dunn, VG, Liverpool: Suggest not circulating in Ad Clerum

Bishop Clark to Vicar General, Mgr James Dunn, Liverpool Diocese). The diocese could not make provision for this "unnecessary" church and the trustees would have to find a priest to staff it. A private enterprise which has been costly in time to ensure it will eventually come under the Diocesan Trust, etc. Not advisable to include in your Ad Clerum.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Parker to Fr Innes: Fund management; Leaving for Liverpool

Includes [not present] documentation required for Fr Trafford - grateful if he will undertake to hear the Lowestoft nuns confessions.
The management of the Banham Trust is quite constrained and has worked until now - sets out major aspects of the trust. The Bishop recommends that it stays as it is. However he'd be interested to hear anything Mr Coney or the Abbot can come up with.
Wishes him well in his new activity in Liverpool.

Parker, Thomas Leo Rev (1887-1975)

CH Thomson to Prior SA Parker: Comments on a manuscript

Page 1: written to Prior S A Parker. Returns the manuscript ("Saint Joseph's Brindle") with pencilled comments plus attached a page of typewritten comments. Lived in Brindle for 9 years but is not an authority. Abbot Turner's "Red Letter Men" was of interest to him but it was never published. However Mgr TA Turner did ask for something for his "Cathedral Record" and this was passed onward, approved by the censor (Canon Morgan) and published. Just before his death Abbot Turner did speak of a nephew who is an authority on Brindle.
Page 2: Comments on "St Joseph's Brindle"

Thomson, Charles H

Ernest B Kendall & Rigby to Bishop Clark: Bequest from Canon Kieron

Solicitor writing to the Bishop that Canon Francis Patrick Keiron died on 8 June 1981 and has made a bequest amounting to about £60,000. This is for the incumbent East Anglia Diocese Bishop to spend on the development of the National Shrine in Walsingham, specifically for the Open Air Altar or failing that for charitable purposes connected with the Shrine.
When the Grant of Probate has been obtained, it will have to be re-sealed in Singapore, so the legacy will be some little time in coming. Asks for instructions on how to deal with the proceeds.

Ernest B Kendall & Rigby

Fr Birch to Bishop Clark: Blessing of new Chapel

Roy Gathercole said the Bishop was prepared to preach at the Blessing of the new chapel. Reading from Ephesians (Chp II v13-22) but an alternative in Kings - let Fr Birch know which he wants so he can warn the reader.
Archbishop Worlock is attending - give an opportunity to speak? (manuscript note - "not attending")
Executive Council has suggested an illuminated scroll be present to the Anglicans on the occasion of their Golden Jubilee - Bishop prepared to sign, copy of text included [not present] (manuscript note - "suggest re-draft"

Birch, Clive Rev SM LGSM

"From Geneva to Rome" by Charles H Thomson

Opening line: "I am writing this for my dear good grandchildren. Sooner or later they will be asked to justify their adhesion to the Roman Catholic religion by someone for whom they have a respect, possibly for whom they have ventured to develop an affection."

Thomson, Charles H

Letter to HS Harrington (Lawyer) from Rt Rev FW Keating

Executors have done nothing to wind up Estate of Mrs T. Broeck. Until real estate is sold, Estate has no funds. Validity of amount for erecting church at March recognised but not claim for reimbursement. Asks for any 1917 letters from Mrs Ten Broek.
MS note: "Snt certain letters on May 3 22"

Harrington, Bigham & Englar

Mgr Furnival to Mgr Stark: Arrangements over John Lyon's Book

Mgr Furnival passing on details following a conversation with Mr John Lyons about the Walsingham Book. Calligraphy completed; video being produced for sale; copyright to be with Mr Lyons until matters concluded then it will be passed to the Shrine. All costs met by donations.No need for a big display but My Lyons would like to organise a display cabinet for the Book. Expect that by Easter the Book can be left at Walsingham.

Furnival, John Rev

Rev J Harvey to Bishop Clark: Hearing Confession at Walsingham during/after Mass

His parish priest [James J Rigby? Named on the headed notepaper for Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, in Liverpool] suggested that he write to the Bishop. Outlines a problem with the volume of penitents for confession at Walsingham and the restrictions on hearing it during Mass. It became necessary on several occasions to "dispose of them at speed and missing out all but the essential prayers"; vet in a hurry and dash after the other concelebrants in procession. Realises that Rome has three times refuse permission to allow Confessions during Mass.

Harvey, John Rev