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Fr Dobson to Bishop Smith: Meeting notes

Meeting held with VG chairing it; points raised where:

  1. Change in mass timetable - for Hunstanton and Dersingham; £10 for each Sacramental visit, as no Collection is received by the parish from Dersingham
  2. Confessions timetable
  3. One newsletter - 4p per copy for those sent to Dersingham
  4. One pastoral council
  5. All notices to be given by PP
  6. Dersingham decisions discussed with PP
  7. PP to have a key to Dersingham church
  8. Diocesan Mailing lists to reflect one parish
    Deacon Matthews asked for time to consider these.
    PP now has a list of Dersingham parishioners.
    PP reliant on Deacon and parishioners to develop the integration of Hunstanton and Dersingham.

Dobson, William Rev CSSp

News / Information sheets

Written by the secretariat at the Walsingham Association for branch secretaries. Known as "Secretariat Information sheet" / "News sheet". See PDF finding aid.

Walsingham Association

Newsletter: Hunstanton & Dersingham, 21st Sunday of the Year

pg1: title page
pg2: diary for week - Hunstanton and Dersingham; Readings; Prayers for the Sick
pg3: Offertory details; Notices; Bell tower rocks when bell is rung - no warning for Mass until stabilised
pg4: Autumn Fun Day; "Holy Communion of both kinds"; Lapsed Catholics; Outside toilet; Coffee

Garnett, Ernest Edmund Rev (1872-1948)

Newsletter: Hunstanton & Dersingham, 22nd Sunday of the Year

pg1: title page
pg2: diary for week - Hunstanton and Dersingham; Readings; Anniversaries; lately dead
pg3: Sick and Infirm; Offertory details; Notices; Correction for Mass Intentions; Autumn Fun Day
pg4: "Holy Communion of both kinds"; Bell Tower; KSC quiz night; Confirmation; Outside toilet; Coffee

Garnett, Ernest Edmund Rev (1872-1948)

Newsletters

Produced for members of the Walsingham Association. Initially printed as an A4 booklet but from #14 presented as an A5 booklet with glossy paper. See finding aid for details.

Walsingham Association

Sister Annie, Poor Clares, to Bishop Clark: News; gift

Cheque enclosed. Responding to an earlier letter [from the Bishop?] describes life as being both peaceful and hectic. A number of older sisters are in receipt of medical support e.g. Sr Mercedes. She speaks of his second point about a “good man” and saying to Mother Veronica [one of the monastery founders] “that boy” and being 12 years his senior. Mentions the local environment. Says the Bishop need not worry about her. Might be home in June – home is always Roswell. Not to give up hope about August!

Manuscript annotation in a different hand [Bishop Clark?]: “Personal Cheque for $50 sent to Walsingham 10-iv-85”

Annie, PCC