Item 4 - East Anglian Guild Magazine: January 1943 No 9 Vol 12

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GB ARCHON 2913 PA02-06-03-4


East Anglian Guild Magazine: January 1943 No 9 Vol 12


  • January 1943 (Creation)

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5 pages; 10 sides; stapled; printed; outer cover glossy/heavier weight than inner pages; insert of 2 pages/8 sides

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25 March 1930:inaugurated by Bishop Cary-Elwes

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Front cover: Title; schematic of East Anglia with church/mass centre locations identified.; Price 2d; 3s per annum post free
Inside front cover: Guild objectives & Proposed Schemes; List of Officers; List of local secretaries; editorial to Fr Thomson; Business & advertising to Miss N Mason.
page 1: News & Views: Happy New Year / Opening of Scole Mass centre / Church students / Christmas at the Cathedral /
page 2: Advertisements: Hammond & Son, undertakers / Votive offering for Fakenham / Brundell & Son, undertakers
page 3: Details of coastal bombing impacts / Cathedral notes / Beveridge Report / New Manual of Prayers / Widenst East Anglia
page 4: advertisements
page 5: Scole. A new East Anglian Mass Centre (article)
page 6: Our Diocesan Churches / 3. Kesgrave Suffolk (article)
insert page 1/2: MASS - The Sacrifice of the Mystical Body by Fr Martin Harrison OP (Article)
insert page 2: article page 1 cont'd: Cor Jesu
insert page 3/4: "Naboth's Vinyard" A short Story by A Stevens (story)
insert page 5: Pater Senes Preaches 1 - Indulgences (Article)
insert page 6/7: "An English Franciscan Martyr" Bro. Paul of St Mary Magdalen (Henry Heath)
insert page 7/8: "Miss Perkin's Posy" Fransicana (story)
insert page 8: Book review
page 7: Kesgrave cont'd
page 8: Scole con't; Roman Notes; Our Prize Competition
page 9: Correspondence; News from Parishes [first item cut out (probably Aldeburgh)]- Fakenham & Well-next-the Sea
page 10: Ipswich (St Mary's); Slough; Southwold [unfinished due to cut out]
page 11 to 14: advertisements

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186mm x 248mm

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