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Bishop Cary-Elwes to Fr Heptonstall: Manage funding process; Winnowing of list

Bickerdike was one of many excluded when the Beati list was winnowed from 250 as over 100 were turned down - perhaps later. Be careful about managing the fund (permission granted) and keep the monies for building/support separate from other monies. Recognise the need in such missions to harvest in-season to weather the off-season. Take care about the Squire - he has to change his ways before being received into the church. Exhortation to be prudent, discipline of a "common sense hardness".

Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)

Bishop Cary-Elwes to Fr Heptonstall: permission granted; Cheque for special intentions

Glad to hear Fr Heptonstall was not seriously injured in the accident. Sisters' Confessions are permitted provided a screen is rigged up between him and the penitent. Very few sea coast resort priests can get away during their season - so permission for a private retreat. Enclosed small cheque [for £5] for 10 masses for private intentions.

Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)

Bishop Clark to West Mercia Roman Catholic Mission: draft response

[Draft text]
Bishop does not know of the organisation West Mercia Roman Catholic Mission nor how it integrates with Catholic Churches and the Diocese of Shrewsbury. He would need to know a great deal more before granting permission for the Tridentine Mass at Walsingham. Bishop sets out that such permission is for private, small groups, a minimum of publicity, and a genuine spirit of devotion. That a weekend long pilgrimage is planned does not meet these requirements. The Latin Mass Society have long pleaded their case but the Bishop is adamant that no public manifestation of divisiveness can be sanctioned or endorsed at Our Lady's Shrine.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Jolly: Admonishment over inviting another Bishop to Dunwich pilgrimage

He has not participated in the St Felix pilgrimage because he considers the blessing of the sea, success to sailors and fishing, prayers against coastal erosion, as being sensational and meaningless adornments (witness headlines in the Universe) to the pilgrimage. Also, having asked Bishop Rudderham to lead the pilgrimage and do what the Bishop disapproves of is a tacit criticism of his own attitude. If this item is dropped from the agenda then he shall be pleased to tell the Bishop of Clifton that he will be welcome to come .

Parker, Thomas Leo Rev (1887-1975)

Catholic Priesthood for former Anglican Minister

"The Vatican has granted permission for another former Anglican clergyman, a married man, to be ordained priest in the Roman Catholic Church." Mr. John Heley was CofE vicar at St Edmund's Hunstanton.
Permission had also been given for two other former Anglican ministers earlier in the year.

Dowsey, Gary Rev (1955-)


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