Item 12 - Permissions from the Bishop for Fr Dinley

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GB ARCHON 2913 PA19-01-05-12

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Permissions from the Bishop for Fr Dinley

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  • 24-1-1938 (Creation)

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1 page; headed; manuscript; bishop seal embossed

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(14-12-1873 (born) - 14-11-1939 (died))

Biographical history

Born in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire 14 December 1873
Ordained 30 June 1901.
Bishop of the Diocese of Northampton appointment on 16 June 1933. Consecration to the Episcopateon 25 July 1933. The principal consecrator was Thomas Williams, Archbishop of Birmingham, and the principal co-consecrators were John McNulty, Bishop of Nottingham, and Joseph Butt, Auxiliary Bishop of Westminster.

He died in office on 14 November 1939, aged 65, and was buried at Belmont Abbey, Herefordshire.

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RCDEAA XNP10 GY96

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Permissions granted to Fr Patrick Dinley SJ:

  1. To follow SJ Ordo for SJ feasts for Mass at Convent; 2. To give faculties to visiting SJ priests provided they hold them in their own Diocese; 3 visiting priests to say Mass in Convent; 4. Benediction two nights a week, each week; 5. deputise another priest as Extraordinary when needed.

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PA19

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113mm x 177mm

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Draft

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Minimal

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