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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

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

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)

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)

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)

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)

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