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2nd Appeal Committee minutes

9 in attendance
Vice-Presidents - encouraging response
President - no reply from the Admiral; other possibilities discussed
Potential Major Donors - rather mixed response; hope from Commerce; none had objected in principle to the project
Public Launch - speaker and venue discussed
Invitation list - listing a number of potential donors (38 categories in all); members to share research
Brochure - discussed
International Connections - USA, Ireland, Italy & Turkey connections discussed

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

Agenda & programme

Programme (includes buffet, meeting staff, meeting, concelebrated mass) and Agenda

Phillips, Murial Mrs

AGM minutes

9 in attendance [note: first time names provided of meeting attendees]
Walsingham Pilgrimage - programme awaited; coach to be booked; Mr Smith to do posters
Quiet Day - contact Fr Elias; November date
Ecumenical Centre - churches to be viewed on 20 April at 3pm
AOB - Statue to be made of oak and be hollow; letter of thanks to Mr Mellamphy; Ecumenical Society of BVM requested a talk about the Guild - July 4 at Tolleshunt Knight.

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

AGM minutes

"poorly attended"
postponed election of officers; Guild in existence for 10 years - tried many things to increase interest and membership; suggestions as to barriers to membership; suggestions as to approach to gain members. "Home" of the statue, when delivered mid-year, discussed

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

AGM minutes

Treasurer's Report
Chairman's Report
Officers Elected:
Chairman - Mr Cooke; Secretary - Mrs J Willis; Treasurer - Mr Young; Committee: Dr Heley, Mrs Johnston, Miss J Fell, Miss R McCormack, Mrs Sanderson

Johnson, Jean M Professor BD MTh

AGM minutes

(Meeting informed that Mr Stanley Smith is very ill and in hospital)
Election of Officers:
Chair - Mr T Cooke [?], Treasurer - Mr Harley Young; Secretary - Mrs J Willis; Committee: Miss J Fell, Mrs C Johnson, Mrs S Sanderson, Dr M Heley, Miss A Salisbury

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

Anne Milton to Association secretaries: National Mass; Bi-annual meeting; Pilgrimages

Walsingham Association National Mass is in Birmingham on 19 April at St Chad's Cathedral. At the Bi-annual meeting Anne Milton summarised places branches visit - if copies are required then please ask. Many on pilgrimage wish to visit the Church of the Annunciation in King's Lynn where the first post-reformation Shrine to Our Lady was established in 1897. The King's Lynn branch will held with arrangements.

Milton, Anne Miss

Appeal Committee minutes

9 in attendance (1 apology)
Appeal office and Secretary - Fr Bagstaff enabled an office at St Mary's Catholic Church
Vice-Presidents - 22 accepted invitations
Potential Major Donors - list circulated, letters and case statement sent to potential donors; some refusals; approach to be made in pairs with either Mr Mellamphy or Mr Sparks
Case Statement
Administration and Accounts - statutory requirements discussed
Public Launch - discussed, need to identify a Guest of Honour
Brochure - sub-committee to design new brochure
International Connections - forewarn Foreign Office, Mrs Turner will publicise in America, no contact with Nettuno for now

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

Appeal Committee Minutes

8 in attendance, 1 apology
Situation Report
Trust & Companies
Events Committee - short programme of events listed
Video - aspects discussed. Mr Mellamphy to enquire
Admin/Accs - Tax code incorrect in some cases
International Connections
Membership Scheme - next meeting
AOB - Speakers; Projects; Agenda; BBC Quiz; RAF Cheque; St Nicholas' use; Mr Sparks; Viability

The Guild of our Lady of Ipswich

Archbishop's Office to Bishop Clark: Delegation from Catholic University of Lublin

Mgr G R Leonard (PA to Cardinal Hume) writing to ask if Bishop Clark will be able to meet with a delegation from Catholic University of Lublin on 14th May 1983. Denis Corbishley and Cormac Murphy-O'Connor have been asked too. Lists the delegation members; 2 speak English most speak French & German.

Archbishop's Office

B Scrutton to members: Chaplain change; AGM; Officers required; Advent Retreat

Fr Mark gone to Gt Yarmouth, Fr Martin replacing him as chaplain for the branch. Officers changing over/retiring - P & B Scrutton standing down. Membership of 100 should be able to produce 2 officers to manage the branch. Director of the Shrine, Alan Williams, is retiring opportunity to contribute to a presentation. Advent Retreat on the weekend 15th December.

Scrutton, Barbara Mrs

Bishop Clark to Cardinal Hume: Australia; Gulf Crisis; Dersingham

Returned from Canberra, Australia, after heading up the Vatican delegation for VII Assembly of the World Council of Churches - chaotic but epic. Thanks the Cardinal for his leadership in the debate on the Gulf Crisis.
Francis Selman: happy for the Cardinal to see him (provides a short pen picture) - thought he had settled at Quidenham - but that is obviously not the case.
Fr Andrew Morley at Dersingham: Asks the Cardinal to withdraw him as he has caused offence and gone to the provincial press.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Cardinal Hume: BCC Working Party; Secretariat membership

BCC [British Council of Churches) Working Party's work is independent of the Pope's visit. Its constitution [composition?] to be an Archbishop, diocesan Bishop and an Auxiliary. We are committed to exploring a way ahead with the BCC. WP needs to listen with integrity to measured arguments. Clark suggests himself as secretariat to the group of three - names he suggests are Archbishop Worlock, Bishop Lindsay, Bishop Henderson.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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