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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)

St Francis Magazine January 1926

Er Aedibus Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles
Diocesan News: Aldeburgh; Bedford; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Daventry and Weedon; High Wycombe; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); Olney; Slough; Woodbridge
Elderney the Little - Canon James Flint
Norfolk Annals - H S Squirrell
Baylis House. Catholic School and Catholic Centre, 1830-1907 - Edwin H Burton DD
Rescue Work: St Francis Birthday Society; InterAlia; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine

"A record of Diocesan and Rescue Work in the diocese of Northampton.."
Short reports submitted by diocesan parishes; articles; advertising

Youens, Laurence Walter Rev (1873-1939)

St Francis Magazine April 1926

Er Aedibus Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles [Sawston Chapel Reopening]
Diocesan News: Aldeburgh and Leiston; Beccles; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Daventry and Weedon; Gorleston-on-Sea; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); King's Lynn; Laxton; March; Northampton; Norwich (St John's); Olney; Peterborough; Raunds; Slough; Woodbridge
A Legend of the Daisy - Sr Mary Paul OSB [verse]
Cardinal Manning's Oblates - Wilfred C Robinson FRHistS
A Little Miracle of St Therese of the Infant Jesus (Hugh Wycombe)
Norfolk Annals (continued) - H S Squirrell
Baylis House. Catholic School and Catholic Centre, 1830-1907 - Edwin H Burton DD
Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine October 1926

Diocesan News: Aldeburgh and Leiston; Aylesbury; Beaconsfield; Beccles; Bedford; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Daventry and Weedon; Ipswich (St Pancras); King's Lynn; Lowestoft; Northampton; Norwich (St John's) & (Wymondham & North Walsham); Olney; Peterborough; Rushden; Slough; Woodbridge
History of Bungay Mission
Catholic Needlework Guild (Annual report 1925)
The Early Days of the Monks at Bury St Edmund's
The Blackfriars of King's Lynn
Rescue Work: Bishops Letter; Inter Aia; Summer Holidays; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine April 1928

Er Aedis Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles
Diocesan News: Aldeburgh and Leiston; Beccles; Bedford; Billing; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Daventry and Weedon; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); King's Lynn; Lowestoft; Northampton; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Peterborough; Slough; Wellingborough; Wymondham
Most Reverend Frederick William Keating - Archbishop of Liverpool - RIP - JF [Obituary]
Beauvais Cathedral - HS Squirrel
The Pearl of Great Price - X
Venerable Thomas Tunstall - English Martyr - Ed
Association for the Propogation of the Faith [Incomefor 1927]
Rescue Work: Archbishop Keatin RIP; Finance; Inter Aia; Summer Holidays; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine July 1928

Diocesan News: Aldeburgh; Aylesbury; Beccles; Bedford , Convent of the Holy Ghost; Billing; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); King's Lynn; Lowestoft; Lynford; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Prince's Risborough; Slough; Swaffham; Wellingborough; Woodbridge; Wymondham
The Cathedrals of Bougers and Chatres - HS Squirrel
The Stork of Saint Francis - A Legend - Victor De Brant
St Felix - Apostle of East Anglia - Henry St Leger Mason
"Father Reginald Buckler OP" (1840-1927) [book review]
Growth in Appreciation of the Truths of God
Rescue Work: Inter Aia; Summer Holidays; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine April 1929

Er Aedis Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles
Diocesan News: Beccles; Bedford; Billing; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Dunstable; Hunstanton; Ipswich (St Pancras); Leiston; Lowestoft; Luton; Marlow; Northampton; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Slough; Thetford and Brandon; Wellingborough; Woodbridge; Wolverton; Wymondham
Our New Canon - Very Rev Thomas Canon Walmsley Carter - JF
Popular Resistance to the New Relgion - Bishop of Clifton
The Proto-Martyr of the Seminarists - F Sammons
Norfolk Wanderings [Churches of Norwich]
Rescue Work: 1869-1929 [Diamond Jubilee]; Inter Alia; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine July 1929

Er Aedis Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles
Diocesan News: Beccles; Bedford; Great Billing; Bury St Edmunds; Cambridge; Chalfont St Peter; Daventry and Weedon; Dunstable; Hunstanton; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); King's Lynn; Northampton; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Peterborough; Slough; Thetford and Brandon; Woodbridge
Words of Wisdom and Common Sense - FB
His Orchestra - Sr MP OSB [verse]
The Burden of the Day - Francis E Sammons
St Ethelbert's, Hessett - JE Ebsworth
Popular Resistance to the New Relgion (continued) - Bishop of Clifton
Rescue Work: Urgent Appeal 1869-1929; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

Fr Banham to Bishop Cary-Elwes: Checkup with doctors; Dr Helsham has TB

Writing from the Presbytery at Southwold. Going to Mundesley to be checked up - hopes the report will be good. been swimming twice a day - a bit fat. Dr Christopher Helsham is reported to have a dose of TB. Gossip has him almost buried or despatched to south of France. Reality is he is in a bungalow in Gorleston-on-Sea.
manuscript annotation: "Answered. Await report. Very glad of your good progress. Sept 12/29."

Banham, Cyril Norbert Rev (-1963)

St Francis Magazine April 1930

Er Aedis Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles
Diocesan News: Aylesbury; Aylsham; Daventry and Weedon; Gerard's Cross; Great Billing; Hunstanton; Ipswich (St Pancras); Norwich (St John the Baptist); North Walsham; Northampton; Olney; Slough; Thetford; Wellingborough; Woodbridge; Wolverton; Wymondham
The Attempted Rehabilitation of Peter Cauchon - CA Snowden
For Easter Day - MMF [verse]
History without Reading, but not without Tears - WL Arrowsmith
A Byzantine Church - ECW
A New Guild for East Anglia
Rescue Work: Bis dat qui cito dat; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine July 1930

Er Aedis Nostris - Bp Dudley Charles
Diocesan News: Aylesbury; Beccles; Bedford; Cambridge; Hunstanton; Ipswich (St Mary); Ipswich (St Pancras); Kng's Lynn; Northampton; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Olney; Peterborough; Slough; Wellingborough; Woodbridge
The Institution of the guild of St Felix and St Edmund
Old Lamos for New - Viator
SS Peter and Paul, Wenhaston - Janet E Ebsworth
Saint on Our Lady - HG Hughes
Rescue Work: Holiday Fund; Inter Alia; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
The Book - Moya McManus [verse]
Advertising

St Francis Magazine January 1932

To the Diocese - Provost John Freeland, VG
Diocesan News: Aston-le-Walls; Beaconsfield; Beccles; Bedford; Bury St Edmund's; Cambridge; Ipswich (St Pancras); Norwich (St John the Baptist); Sudbury; Swaffham; Wellingborough
The Church and the Poor (313-900AD) - CA Snowden
Father George H Miles RIP - MJ Geraghty [Obituary]
Rome Fifty-Nine years Ago - Francis Seymour Stevenson
Favours Received at Leighton Buzzard - through the miraculous medal of Our Blessed Lady - Henry Long
Pastons of Appleton, Norfolk - Katharine Paston-Bedingfeld
They that go down to the Sea in Ships III - Harold S Squirrell
Rescue Work: Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home; Masses for Benefactors
Advertising

St Francis Magazine July 1932

Th eRight Reverend Bishop Dudley Charles Cary-Elwes, Bishop of Northampton - RIP - Editor [Obituray]
Diocesan News: Aston-le-Walls; Aylesbury, Beccles; Beaconsfield; Bedford; Bury St Edmund's; Chesham Bois; Ipswich (St Mary's); Ipswich (St Pancras); Marlow; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Northampton; Wellingborough; Great Yarmouth; Woodbridge
Fr Bernard McCaul - by one of the Deanery
The Death and Burial of Our Bishop - FB
A Catholic Artist (continued)
The Church and the Poor (The Post-Reformation Period)
The Special Preacher, A True Story - Rev F M Davies
Masses for Benefactors
Rescue Work - Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home
Advertising

St Francis Magazine October 1932

From the Vicar Capitular - John Freeland
Diocesan News: Aston-le-Walls; Beccles; Bedford; Cambridge; Felixstowe; Gerrards Cross; Ipswich (St Pancras); Northampton; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Peterborough; Sudbury; Woodbridge
Per Crucem ad Lucem - L Smith-Dampier
Fr Andrew Joseph Key RIP
Sacramental Fonts in Norfolk - Very Rev. F C Husenbeth DD
A Catholic Artist (continued)
The Church and the Poor (The Post-Reformation Period)
Rescue Work - Appeal by John Provost Freeland; Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home
Advertising

St Francis Magazine October 1933

Our Bishop [Bishop Youens]
Editorial Notes - HSS
Diocesan News: Aldeburgh; Aston-le-Walls; Beccles; Bedford; Cambridge; Dereham; Fakenham; Ipswich; Newmarket; Norwich (St John the Baptist); Sheringham; Slough; Northampton; Wellingborough; Wymondham
Where the Unemployed found Work - for God - Fr Godfrey Anstruther OP
The Ordinationof Father Valentine Elwes - Frank Byrne
The Dunwich Pilgrimage in Honour of Saint Felix, Apostle of East Anglia
"I Wonder-" - FES
Favours Received through the "Miraculous Medal" of Our Lady - Fr Henry Long
An Essay on Restoration - Very Rev Canon Squirrell
Rescue Work - Deceased Benefactors of St Francis Home
Advertising

East Anglian Guild Magazine - The Magazine of the Guild of St Felix & St Edmund

The magazine was edited by Fr Thomson, a co-founder of the Guild. Originally a monthly magazine, during the war years (and to the Winter of 1948-9) it became a quarterly issue. The format comprised regular items (see contents file) of news from parishes, articles on the Catholic faith and belief, historical items, a series describing Diocesan Churches, clerical appointments, obituaries and an irregular listing of the Bishop's appointments for the month/quarter.
News from the Parishes were free form and depending on the parish may contain references to events (fetes, parties, visitations, confirmations, etc.), comments about clerical comings and goings, references to significant parishioners, births, deaths, marriages, war time restrictions and events, etc.

Thomson, John Henry Rev RD (-1968)

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)

Travelling Mission News - compendium of newsletters (1961 to 1971) and biographical notes

Collation of newsletters, notes and comments by Fr McCormick.
pg1: title page with map of Northampton Dioses pre-1976
pg2-4: comments by Fr McCormick on hid life as a Travelling Missionary. Note: the newsletters (produced from February 1961) are scanned from the remaining copies he had, "I lost quite a few ... production was somewhat erratic."
pg4-6: newsletter No.1 8 February 1961
pg6-7: newsletter No.2 10 May 1961
pg7-9: newsletter No.4 1 November 1961
pg9-11: newsletter No.5 1 February 1962
pg11-12: newsletter No.6 14 May 1962
pg12-13: Travelling Mission entry for Diocesan Year Book 1963
pg13-15: newsletter No.7 1 February 1963
pg15-17: newsletter No.8 15 August 1963
pg17-18: newsletter No.9 21 January 1964
pg18-20: newsletter No.10 16 July 1964
pg20-21: Travelling Mission notes for Diocesan Magazine 15 April 1965
pg21-22: Changes in the Liturgy of the Church [personal view]
pg22-23: Newsletter No.11 21 April 1965
pg23-25: newsletter No.12 16 March 1966
pg25-26: Travelling Mission Notes 2 June 1970
pg26: Travelling Mission Notes 15 July 1970
pg26-27: Travelling Mission Notes 4 August 1970
pg27: Travelling Mission work in Stowmarket Parish (May 1979 - for Parish magazine)
Pg27-28: Travelling Mission Mass Centre at YUp Well, Norfolk 1959-1975 (27 July 1982 - notes written for Diocese of Northampton)
Pg28: Postscript - "In August 1975 Bishop Charles Grant of Northampton closed down the Travelling Mission. He told me he had reluctantly decided to do this in view of the pending division of the Northampton Diocese in June 1976 and the setting up of the new Diocese of East Anglia. Needless to say there was great sadness in all Travelling Mission Mass Centres. After seventeen years as Diocesan Travelling Missioner I too was greatly saddened! As I mentioned on the first page of this brief outline of the Travelling Mission work I can once again see the day when in order to keep the presence of the church alive in the community today there will have to be another form of mobile approach. Alas I am no longer strong enough to do such work but could, I am sure, give any interested bishops a few hints and tips!"

McCormick, Robert L. Rev (-2015)

PACE - Northampton Diocese Newspaper

Text from June 1970 edition (see image):
A Dream becomes Reality
Why PACE was started
This is "PACE" the new Catholic paper for the diocese of Northampton. You may have already heard something about it in your parish and as you will see from the letter on this page the Holy Father has heard about "PACE"; The idea for it has evolved in the Administrator's mind over the past 10 years. There has been a need for better communication in the diocese and a newspaper format was thought to be the best. "PACE" it was felt should belong to the Church with all Catholics playing their part in its production.

It is to be a medium through which everybody can make their activities known, but because of its 25 localised editions people in Bedford or Northampton will not have to read the "parish pump” activities of Yarmouth or Norwich.

The activities and events organised by sodalities and parish organisations, stories written by members of the diocese, letters, queries, photographs, cartoons - all will have their place in ‘PACE’ because it is YOUR paper. The whole presentation of it except printing is done by lay people, and you are encouraged to contribute to its content

When “PACE” was devised it was thought 62 different editions would be needed but by mutual amalgamation of parishes this has been cut to 25. It will circulate in all seven counties of the diocese - Bedford, Buckingham, Cambs., Huntingdon, Norfolk, Northamptonshire and Suffolk - distribution being done by the parishes. Forty thousand copies are being printed to begin with and the long term aim is for every Catholic family in the Diocese to have one.

DEDICATION IN LOURDES GROTTO
Dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes it was appropriate that the Dedication was personally placed in the Grotto at Lourdes by the Administrator.

Why “PACE” as a name? Many names were thought of and among them ‘VIATOR', suggesting the pilgrim road this paper is travelling and the road the Church travels. However, in this age of the vernacular an English name was thought better and “PACE” indicated the “healthy pace at which the Church is moving". Somebody has also suggested it is the link between the Parish and the diocese and that is what we hope it will be.

Setting the PACE for us
Printing of “PACE” is carried out by Tilbury Printers Limited on a Planeta Brilliant machine, which is the first in this country. It is the fastest sheet-fed litho offset machine in the world with a speed of 11.000 copies per hour. Illustrations are reproduced on 133 screen. Collating of pages, packing and dispatch is all done at Tilbury.

Holy Father sends His Blessing
SEGRETERIA DI STATO
N.159.634
DAL VATICANO. April 23, 1970
My Lord Bishop,

The Holy Father has learned with pleasure of the new diocesan magazine "Pace", which you plan to begin to publish shortly and he has bidden me convey his good wishes for the success of the venture.

In view of the immense power of the press, it is important that Catholics should play their full part in publishing and supporting newspapers and magazines that will conscientiously fulfil their high mission of spreading knowledge of the truth in a manner consonant with the Gospel.

Accordingly His Holiness is very happy to bestow his Apostolic Blessing on all who are collaborating with Your Lordship in the realization of this project, which he prays may be of great benefit to the Diocese of Northampton.

With my personal good wishes and regard, I am
Yours sincerely in Christ, J. Card. Villot

Welcome Note from the Bishop
I welcome PACE. In these days of increased sharing by everyone in the life of the church it is more important than ever that news of this life should be readily available. PACE with it's many local editions, will provide the news in each neighbourhood which is the first interest of those that live there, while the diocesan coverage will help the local community to look to the diocese, which is it's link with the universal church, and so avoid a narrow concern with it's own affairs exclusively. I hope to make great use of it myself as an excellent means of communication with the diocese. I express my thanks and blessing to all those who have worked so hard to make PACE the success it deserves to be.

DEDICATION
This publication is dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes and we will at all times endeavour to be worthy of such a dedication.

Grant, Charles Alexander Rev LCL BA (1906-1989)

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