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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)

The Pope's ambassador visits Norfolk on tour

"The Pope's personal representative in Great Britain has completed a four-day tour of East Anglia after being invited to the county by the Bishop of East Anglia Rt Rev Alan Hopes." (article continues...). Image of a group in SJB Cathedral Gardens (not Sheringham as per caption).
[the same story appears in EDP and Dereham Times]

Eastern Daily Press

The Phoenix

From the Inside first page:

Our Cover
Many readers will no doubt recognise the cover of the first edition of Phoenix, as the Coat of Arms of our own Bishop Alan Clark, and the arms of our Diocese.
The motto, chosen by the Bishop, "Ministerio Christi Addictus" means completely given over to the ministry of Christ.
The shield itself records the historic roots of this diocese. It bears two of the three crowns of the Arms of Ely and one of the three mitres of the Arms of Norwich. Across the top are three lilies on blue, signifying the consecration of this diocese to the care of Our Lady of Walsingham.

Introducing Phoenix
Welcome to our new magazine, which it is proposed to produce bi-monthly. Phoenix will cover the Parishes of St. John's, St. George's, Holy Apostles, Costessy, Poringland, Loddon, Wymondham and Dereham plus the outstations of the Norwich Parishes. This issue will also be sold in Swaffham and depending on their response they may well be joining us on a permanent basis.
The success of the magazine will lie heavily on the shoulders of the parishioners of the above churches because we can only print the news we receive from you.
Phoenix will normally have photos as well as local news and views plus we hope items of interest written by you. We welcome also your letters on any subject you like but please include your name, address and parish when doing so.
We also need help in selling these so if you are prepared to sell Phoenix outside your church please inform the parish priest or the local Phoenix team.
Items and photos, (black and white only), for inclusion in the next edition should be sent to Mrs. Stollery, 60 Avenue Road, Norwich to reach her not later than Friday 5th August.
If you would like to have someone also report your event or have photos taken please let Allen Howes 21 Sandringham Road, Norwich, or, Pat Scrutton, 54 St. Philips Road, Norwich, know and they will try to get someone to cover it.
Lastly we will welcome ideas to improve the magazine so please tell us.
The next edition of Phoenix will be on sale on Sunday 11th September.

Scrutton, Patrick Michael Mr (-2018)

St Felix, Felixstowe, Stained Glass - press coverage

A pair of new stained glass windows by craftsman Thomas Denny has been installed at St Felix Church in Felixstowe, following a bequest from a congregation member. When parishioner Marlene Strachan died last year she left a generous £10,000 bequest to pay for a stained glass window in the church, on the theme of The Divine Mercy. Looking to fulfil the request, Fr John Barnes had, four years before, seen some of Thomas Denny’s work at nearby Stutton Parish Church where he had created a Millennium window.

News items from East Anglian Daily Times, Ipswich Star, Independent Catholic News, Network Suffolk

Various

St Benet's Newsletter

Newsletter for the week commencing 1 December 2013; variety of news items; insert - A5 sheet inviting donations to "Mary's Meals".

Gowman, Martin Rev OSB

St Benet's Newsletter

front cover: pen sketch of St Benet's - signed Paul Simpson
inside front cover: Calendar of saints days for November 1982; Copy request; Anne Bauers, editor
pg 1: Parish priest writes - Fr Aelred Watkin
pg 2: Executive committee
pg 3: Around the parish
pg 4: Wednesday Club; Beccles Christian Council
pg 5-8: Richard Jones in Coventry (Part III) [signed Richard James]
inside back cover: Flower Rota; Readers list
back cover: priest contact details; weekly schedule

Watkin, Aelred Rev MA FSA FRSA FRHistS (1918-1997)

St Benet's Newsletter

front cover: pen sketch of St Benet's - signed Paul Simpson
inside front cover: Calendar of Sundays for June 1986; Copy request; Editorial, Anne Martin; Reflection
pg 1: Parish priest writes - Fr Aelred Watkin
pg 2: Executive committee; Sunday collections during April
pg 3: The Parish Bank Account; Wednesday Club; Around the Parish
pg 4; Around the Parish; Do you know?; Beccles loses an old fried [Sr Anne Young CRSS]
pg 5: Poets and Places (2)
pg 6: CTS; Sunday Missals; Prayer for Tourists
pg 7: Wednesday Club Coffee Rota; Readers & Church flowers List
inside back cover: parish contacts; 2 advertisements
back cover: Priest contact details; Week's schedule

Watkin, Aelred Rev MA FSA FRSA FRHistS (1918-1997)

St Benet's Newsletter

front cover: ink drawing of St Benet's - signed Peter Keeler, 1991
pg 1-2: The Work of the Marriage Tribunal - Fr Simon
pg 3-4: Autumn Reflections - Mary Tilney
pg 5-8: Homily, Bishop Peter Smith, Centenary of St Benet's, 11 July 1998
pg 8-10: Homily, Abbot Fitzgerald-Lombard of Downside
pg 10-11: Centenary Celebrations at Gillingham - Mary A Bramley
pg 12: Lot's Wife; Dunkirk 1940 (continued...)
pg 13-15: Dunkirk 1940 (continued...)
pg 15-16: Breakout
pg 17: The Ten Commandments; Giotto and the Art of the fresco
pg 18: Giotto and the Art of the fresco - Mervyn Martin; That's not my job
pg 19: verse - Marianne; A Sister from the Congo
pg 20: A Sister from the Congo
pg 21: Behaviour in Church - Padre Pio
pg 22: Verse - To Colin - Marianne
pg 23: advertisements
pg 24: Parish Contacts
rear cover: Clergy contact details; weekly schedule

Blakesley, Simon Rev MCL JCL

St Bakhita Day in Peterborough - press coverage

Students from John Fisher High School in Peterborough, learnt about modern slavery from a panel of professionals. "00 students took part in the day-long event on 8th February, the feast of St Josephine Bavhita - patron saint linked with human trafficking and modern slavery having been trafficked herself.

The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)

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)

Southwold Parish Newsletter #104

Pg1: weekly schedule
Pg2: Calendar of Feasts; Readers for July; Flower-arrangers for July; Parish Matters
Pg3-4: Sponsored bike ride; We could do with a younger man here; Parish Letter

Sloan, James Rev (1913-1988)

Southwold Church lotto grant - press coverage

Sacred Heart Church's 'Crowning and Warming the Sacred Heart of Southwold' heritage project has been greatly boosted by a National Lottery grant of £210,000 and a grant of £10,000 from Historic England. The grants add significantly to funds already provided by the Parish and the Southwold Trust and will enable the repair and restoration of the church. Parish priest Roger de Lacy-Spencer, said: 'These generous grants will ensure the church can continue to welcome parishioners and visitors'.

News item from The Tablet, The Lowestoft Journal and The EDP

Eastern Daily Press

Southwold Catholic Magazine Vol II No 7

Pg 1: front cover – Church Service schedule
Pg 2-4: advertisements
Pg 5: Fr Mason introduction; Our Bazaar; The Bishop’s Visit
Pg 6: Daily Mass; Notices on Indulgences
Pg 7: Sports Dinner; To the Charitable: An Appeal on behalf of the Benedictine Missions of Lindi, East Africa
Pg 8: Mr Sam May’s Will, Local Legacies and Benefactions
insert pg 1: English Medieval Anchorites
insert pg 2: A Saint of the Eucharist; Divine epigrams
insert pg 3: Life between by Bede jarrett OP
insert pg 4-5: The Manna
insert pg 6: Reading Notes
insert pg 7: The Tabernacle
insert pg 8-10: The Legend of St Knighton’s Kieve
insert pg 11-12: Children’s Corner
Pg 9: Southwold – Town Topics – Looking back; Our Bishop and Our Magazine
Pg 10: Passing of an Old Pilot; The Common
Pg 11: All about a Fisherman’s Hut; Field Stile Road, Interesting Situation; Sundries
Pg 12: A Well Deserved tribute; Topical Tabloids
Pg 13-16: advertisements
cover inside & out: advertisements

St Leger Mason, Henry Patrick Rev (-1940)

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

Scrapbook 1950 - 1980

Notebook filled with cuttings from a range of publications
page 1: blank
page 2: Source for page 3; Nacton, Levington & Bucklesham Parish Magazine Supplement August 1976
page 3: 3 page, typescript piece "Our Lady of Ipswich" by Stanley Smith - history of the shrine in Ipswich and in Nettuno
Page 4-10: PACE May 1970: "Our Lady of Ipswich" Article on "A history and a mystery" by Stanley Smith
Page 11-16: CWL (Publication of the Catholic Women's League) No 589 1977; "Our Lady of Ipswich by Stanley Smith
Page 17: Ipswich Extra May 3 1975; "Summer Bedding Plants by SWA Smith
Page 18: Reader's Digest, Vol 110 No 659 March 1977; very short humorous anecdote by S W Smith, Ipswich, Suffolk
Page 19-21: The Catholic Times; September 1 1950; "Outing in the Hills"; Short Story by Stanley Smith
Page 22: The Essex Newsman-Herald, Tuesday January 15 1957; short anecdotes about a "Mr Smith"
Page 23-24: Ipswich Extra, 21 September 1974; "Gardening Jobs" by SWA Smith
Page 25: Evening Star, Tuesday September 12, 1978; "O-Level record equalled" letter by Stanley Smith, Chantrey Grove Lodge, Hadleigh Road, Ipswich
Page 26: Catholic Herald Friday February 11 1978; "Blessed Sacrament"; letter by Stanley Smith
Page 27: Evening Star, Friday September 1978; "Procession marks ancient pilgrimage"; Photograph (133mm x 77mm) caption "Members of the Guild of Our Lady of Ipswich gathered outside St Peter's Church, Ipswich before the pilgrimage walk in Ipswich
Page 28: Evening Star September 13, 1978; "Reverence for Virgin Mary" letter by Stanley Smith; "Idolatrous devotion" letter by AJ Roberts (Protestant Truth Society)
Page 29: Evening Star, Monday September 18, 1978; "Guild of Our Lady of Ipswich" letter by Miss Jean Johnson (Secretary of Guild); The Universe, Friday September 15 1978; "Pilgrims revive a tradition"
Page 30-31: Evening Star, Monday September 25, 1978; "Honouring the Mother of Christ" letter form L Burgess; "Worship and veneration" by AJ Roberts; Evening Star, Friday September 8 1978; "What has happened to Methodism?" a letter from Margaret Edwards; Evening Star, Saturday September 16, 1978; "Mother of Christ" letter from Rev Ivor Morris
Page 32: Universe, "New life for old shrine" letter from Stanley Smith
Page 33: Star, 24.8.77 "The RC Column" - short article on new Guild of Our Lady of Ipswich being inaugurated
Page 34-35: The Universe Friday August 25 1978; "Mr Smith in Wolsey's footsteps"; photograph of [Mr Smith] in front of the plaque
Page 36-37: Christian World, Issue 21, September 21 1978; "Anglican and Roman Catholics honour Mary"; image show a gathering, caption: "Opening decade of Rosary to start pilgrimage walk"
Page 38: Evening Star Wednesday May 17 1978; "Ipswich Council of Churches"
Page 39: The Southern Cross [Cape Town newspaper], Sunday December 18 1977; "Anglicans and Catholics in joint guild"
Page 40: Catholic Herald Friday September 15 1978; "Our Lady's faithful servant"; image showing Stanley Smith in Lady Lane Ipswich
Page 41-43: The Universe, Friday June 20 1975; "Ipswich Pilgrims greeted in song"; article about 80 pilgrims visiting Nettuno, led by Mr Stanley Smith and Fr Brian Nightingale
Page: 44-45: Evening Star, Wednesday August 2 1978; "Twice in 450 years"; article about the efforts to reinstate the shrine. the pilgrimage walk, and Nettuno
Page 46-47: duplicate - see pages 41-43
Page 48-50: "Our Lady in Stone" - talk given by Stanley Smith at the May 1978 meeting; subject being Margaret Hallahan
Page 51-52: East Anglian Daily Times Friday March 2 1979: "The Madonna of Ipswich" by Stanley Smith
Page 53-63: Maria Legionis The Voice of the Legion of Mary; "Our Lady of Ipswich / The Story of an English Shrine by Stanley Smith"
Page 64-65: East Anglian Daily Times Wednesday August 29, 1979: "The 'Boy Batchelour' of Ipswich" by Stanley Smith; an article about Thomas Wolsey
Page 66-70: The Publication of the Catholic Women's League, No3 1979; "Our Lady of Stone" by Stanley Smith
Page 71: Evening Star Thursday January 17 1980; "Madonna carving adorns house"; two advertisements for Mr Smith's book "The Madonna of Ipswich" - Church Times on 28-12-79, Scottish CO[?] 18-1-80
Page 72: Advertisement for the book in Catholic Herald January 18 1980; Evening Star Wednesday January 23 1980 "Carving into riddle" - Mr Smith disputes that the carving reported is of Our Lady of Grace.
Page 73: East Anglian Daily Times, Wednesday May 21 1980; "The Ipswich Madonna" - Mr Smith and his book
Page 74-78: East Anglian Magazine June 1980 "Wolsey's Procession" by Stanley Smith; includes pilgrimage walk route, a list of Wolsey 450 Committee members, programme of events fro June 1980 to 29 November
Page 79-80: Garden News, Friday February 23, 1973; "Get to the root of tomato troubles" by SWA Smith
Page 81-82: blank
Page 83: Cathedral Magazine, Brentwood, Vol 71 No 8; "Guild of Our Lady of Ipswich"
Page84-87: blank
Page 88: Evening Star, March 15 1963; article about the provenance of the statue(s) from the shrine in Ipswich
Page 89: Evening Star Monday December 14, 1970; "New town shrine after 400 years?"
Page 90-96: Exchange of letters about the shrine in Ipswich
Page 97: 4 cuttings from the column "The RC Column" by Monk Matthew - dated: 7-11-73, 9-1-74, 13-2-74, 2-4-75
Page 98: 4-9-74 (no paper name); "Build up starts to pilgrimage" [to Rome, Nettuno, Assisi]
Page 99: 11-6-75 "The RC Column"; "A festive greeting for Ipswich Pilgrims
Page 100-102: Evening Star Monday November 1 1976; "How Phyllis met Rhodesia's Mr Smith"; image captions "Mrs Phyllis Forshaw and belabelled suitcase, a colourful evidence of her globe-trotting"; Evening Star, Tuesday December 7, 1976 "Mystery of the Ipswich Madonna"; duplicate cutting from page 73
Page 103: Catholic Herald Friday May 2 1980; "Westminster Requiem for propounder of ecumenism" [Martin Gillett]
Page 104: The Universe Friday May 2 1980; "Mr Martin Gillett"
Page 105-106: The Southern Cross Sunday May 18, 1980; "Did you help to give birth to this book?"
Page 107-111: The Universe, Friday May 23, 1980; Image of a 5 year old boy; "Benedict, God's boy, died, aged 5 / A Pilgrim's progress" by Monk Matthew [his father]
page 112: The Universe, Friday May 30 1980; "Champion of Holy Suffolk"

Smith, Stanley WA (1907-1987)

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