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

Walsingham Association


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

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

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)

Trio of Acolytes - press coverage

Three candidates to the diaconate were instituted as acolytes at St John's Cathedral on 3rd November, reports Rev John Morrill, assistant director for the permanent deacons. Brett Gladden from Bury St Edmunds, Martin L'Estrange from King's Lynn and James Hurst from Newmarket (pictured right - front row) reached a final staging post on their tour-year formation journey following 'candidacy' in their second year and 'lectorship' in their third year. Bishop Alan Hopes (flanked by Deacons John Bell and John Morrill) instituted them as acolytes at a Mass attended by many members of their families.

News items from The Cathoilc Universe

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

Anne Clark 25 years Service - press coverage

A parishioner at St John's Cathedral has been honoured for 25 years service to Catholic overseas mission Missio with a medal and
certificate Anne Clark has been a Local Secretary for APF-Mill Hill, which is part of Missio, for 25 years since volunteering for the role back in 1993.
Missio is the pope's official charity for overseas mission and is part of the worldwide Pontifical Missionary Societies.

News items from The Catholic Universe

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

Epiphany youth celebration - press coverage

A youth celebration of Epiphany lit up the skies Sunday evening (6th January) when around 200 young people and their families from across the Diocese of East Anglia enjoyed a candlelit Mass, bonfire, hot dogs and a firework display. The annual Epiphany Candlelight Mass took place at the church of Our Lad of the Annunciation in Poringland, organised by the Ignite team with attendees from across Norfolk. Suffolk, Cambs and Peterborough.

News item from The Catholic Universe

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

Grant boost allows project to go ahead - press report

An award by Biffa follows an application by Suzi Pendlebury the Diocesan Architect. Allows refurbishment of the toilets.
"A much-needed refurbishment project at St John the Baptist Cathedral Narthex in Norwich is to go ahead." Article follows. Picture of the Nathex and Cathedral garden.

Universe Catholic Weekly (2021-)

Special reunion as bishop visit James Paget Hospital - press report

"St John Fishers Catholic High School has celebrated its 60th anniversary, and marked the retirement of its headteacher, with a special Mass." (Article continues...). Image of Bishop Hopes with staff at hospital. Image of Bishop Hopes with Vicky & Les Eastlake (40 years after he married them).

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

Making a stranger welcome at your church - press report

"Last Summer a young student attended weekday Mass before her A level exam. She parked in the car park near the examination centre. A parishioner approached and told her she could not park there. Parking was only allowed for people attending Mass." (Article continues...). Image of group at Rite of Election.

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

Happy birthday Bishop Hopes - press report

"Bishop Alan Hopes marked his 75th birthday last Sunday when parishioners of St John the Baptist Cathedral gathered in the Narthex after Solemn Mass and sang Happy Birthday to him." (Article continues...). Image of Bishop Hopes, children and cake.

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

Catholic priest jailed for sexually abusing six children - press report

Fr Francis McDermott was found guilty of 18 counts of historic child sex offences. A Catholic priest has been jailed for nine years and 11 months. McDermott, 75, abused six victims, some as young as 10, in London, Norwich, and High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, between 1971 and 1978, Aylesbury Crown Court heard.
See links to news articles below.

The Daily Mail

Sacred Heart approval - Press coverage

5 URLs to news story.
Sacred Heart School, in Swaffham since 1914, is a fee-paying school with some 160 pupils in its nursery, lower and senior schools. This year it has asked the community to help raise funds to keep it open. This was unsuccessful and the school recently announced that it would be closing at the end of the summer term. The Catholic Diocese of East Anglia has been working on plans for a new Catholic primary school, the first in Norfolk for decades, in its place. This week the plan was approved by Norfolk County Council.

Eastern Daily Press

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