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Bishop Cary-Elwes to Cmdr Eyre Huddleston: Enclosed Letter of Introduction; Address for English College in Rome

Fears letter will not reach him in time as he only recieved his that day. Enclosing letter of introduction to Rector of English College who will get audience with the Holy Father or a presence at his Mass. Call at English College as soon as possible in order as the Rector is the usual agent for these matters. Gives English College address.

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

Bishop Cary-Elwes to Mgr Godfrey, Rome: Letter of Introduction for Cmdr & Mrs Huddleston

Letter to introduce Commander & Mrs Eyre Huddleston who are spending Easter in Rome and would like to attend Holy Father's private Mass. "I am sure you will do what you can, as the Verabile (sic) always does, to help distinguished Englishment who do their duty in Rome."

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

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: Golden Jubilee Booklet

Directs Fr Birch to write to the Apostolic Pro-Nuncio to seek help in obtaining a message from the Holy Father to insert in the proposed booklet. Do not write to the Secretary of State (Mge Bryan Chestle) it will only be returned.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Birch: No Papal Visit to Walsingham - response

Points briefly, but not intended to be brusque.

  1. irresponsible to promote this distasteful campaign to induce a visit
  2. No decisions taken; matter surely on the agenda of the November Hierarchy Meeting; to involve Carding and Archbishop Worlock
  3. finances do not work out - the Irish still paying off a large debt [for the Papal visit to Knock]
  4. issues over meeting the Archbishop of Canterbury at Walsingham
  5. disparaging remarks about "taking out Lady to the Pope" do not deter Bishop Clark - she is more important than her shrine
  6. Fr Birch exaggerates. Canterbury visit (probably) of far greater significance
  7. Once the Hierarchy decided on priorities, Bishop will be clear and uncompromising - no blame nor chiding - his idea can be sold to the nation and a community which wants to glimpse the Pope
  8. "I am not letting you down..."

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Butler: Walsingham advances

Agrees that the Chapel of Reconciliation is a "wonder". The gift [£25] will be sent to the Appeal committee.
"The Pope, of course said what I wanted him to say 0 and then did what I never imagined he would! Put the statue like an icon on the altar (the liturgists were embarrassed - but when HH says "put, you put)..."

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Mr Ward: Appeal; Fees

Abortive work costs have to be paid.
Appeal should have a personalised approach by the Bishop - not done - but water under the bridge. The Cathedral is renewing its boilers, etc therefore less of a donation from that parish. Refers to his Ad Clerum in which he states that whilst a generous benefaction underwrites a third of the costs, any approach by Mr Ward should be welcomed.
The pope's visit - go sensitively, unlikely that he will visit Walsingham, so the success of the Appeal should not rest on this alone.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Grant to Downham Market Congregation

Compliments slip: Bishop Secretary: "Tony Sketch will arrange to deliver the enclosed - less the carbon - to all Downham Market parishioners when he distributes his invitations to the real Mass."
Page 1: letter to the congregation at Downham Market - explaining, now that the legal procedure is over, the sorrow he feels in acting against Fr Baker. Obedience to the Holy Father means accepting the changes away from the Tridentine Mass. Expects support for Fr Sketch. Notes of explanation included.
Page 2-3: Notes headed: "1. Your present position"; "2. The Missal of Pope Paul VI"; "3. The Bishop's dealings with Fr Baker"

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

Bishop Lindsay: Message - warning against attending unofficial Latin Mass

Expectation that priests and laity obey and respect the Pope and Bishops and celebrate Mass and Sacraments in the Church's way. Warning against attending an unofficial Latin Mass. Establishes that Archbishop Lefebvre and supporters are opposed to Vatican II and are operating outside the orders of the Pope and Bishops. To attend their Mass is to risk parting company with the Pope and the Catholic Church.

Lindsay, Hugh Rev (1927-2009)

Bishop Lindsay to Fr Baker: No approval for Mass in Newcastle; An educated conscience?

The proposed Mass has no ecclesiastical authority - Fr Baker has not sought leave to offer Mass. Despite Fr Baker's defence of following his conscience he has overlooked the duty to educate his conscience - cites a few examples. Bishop says the Fr Baker is neglecting the guidance of Vatican II, the Pope, Bishop Grant and Bishop Clark. Even if you cannot accept these, consider deeply before leaving Downham Market to share your personal difficulties in other dioceses.

Lindsay, Hugh Rev (1927-2009)

Bishop Smith to President East Anglia Branch, CWL: Mass for CWL at St John the Baptist

The Holy Father's "Dies Domini" is a solemn teaching document to which we all should respond with due respect and allegiance. It is a 95-page document dealing with the importance of Sunday and the Sunday Eucharistic celebration. Bp Peter asks that the CWL appreciate that a Sunday is not an appropriate day for the [AGM]. Suggest Saturday instead.

Smith, Peter David Gordon Rev LLB JCD (1943-2020)

Bishop to Mrs Simpson: Arrangements for meeting the Holy Father; suggested paragraphs for inclusion in her Will

Letter of Introduction [not present] for Mgr Redmond, Vice Rector of English College in Rome, to make arrangements to meet the Holy Father. 2 suggested paragraphs for inclusion in her Will to assign a sum to the RC Diocese within which Aldeburgh is situated. £10 to the Sick Clergy Fund will ensure a Mass is said for her by every priest in the Diocese on her death.

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

Business Card: Vatican Secretary of State

printed text: "Il Card[inale] Segretario di Stato con distinti ossequi prega di rimettere a destinazione l'unita lettera, qualora la S V Ill.ma e Rev.ma nulla abbia da osservore in contrario"
rough translation: "The Cardinal Secretary of State, with distinct respects, requests that the item be returned to its destination, if the [Court?] and Reverence does not object."
manuscript annotation: "Blessings from Pope to Miss Corrine Lestrange Campbell on her book 'Old Glastonbury. Send it on please Nov 25/27 Hunstanton"

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Cardinal Casaroli to Bishop Clark: Golden Jubilee Booklet - Message from Holy Father

Cardinal Casaroli, Secretary of State, Secretariat of State, Vatican, writes that the Holy Father well remembers venerating the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham on 29 June 1982. His token of participation in the Golden Jubilee is to impart his Apostolic Blessing to those present at the various events.

Casaroli, Agostino Rev (1914-1998)

Cardinal Hume to Bishops: Visit by the Pope in 1982

Press release about Pope's visit in 1982 [not present] to be released on 31 August at noon. The minutes of the Standing Committee of the Bishop's Conference (Monday 14 July 1980) mentioned a possible visit - see no 13 of that document. Has consulted with Scottish Bishops, Balmoral, No 10, Foreign Office and Lambeth Palace, all has gone well. Keep this confidential and let the Archbishop have the task of communicating in public, if necessary.

Hume, George Basil Rev (1923-1999)

Catholic National Services Office to Fr Wilson: Insurance for Golden Crown

Insurance of the golden crown of the statue of Our Lady of Walsingham. An insured value of £10,000 for the statue which included £6,000 for the crown. You consider that the insured contents of the Slipper chapel is adequate to include the statue itself, but the crown being irreplaceable need not be insured. However whilst it is outside the control of the Diocese you want to insure it for the duration of the Papal visit. Premium is subject to agreement with Catholic National Mutual Ltd and that Papal Visit Ltd. should be debited for it.

Catholic National Services Office

Fr Allen to Bishop Clark: Papal Blessing; Pastoral Council; Quidenham

Draft letter to the Pope [not present] asking for a special blessing and response for reading out at the close of Marian Year. Pro-Nuncio has agreed to support it.
Also attached is a letter about the Spiritual Development of Walsingham.
Trying to get the Pastoral Council together but it is not easy as every one is happy to complain but not to say "yes" and do something about it.
Sr Rachel at Quidenham has written about an application from an Anglican Sister to enter Carmel. Should Fr Allen or the Bishop interview her?
He is in touch with Gary about the diocesan pilgrimage.

Allen, Peter Rev SM BA MTh

Fr Baker to Bishop Lindsay: My reasoning at fault?; Trying to do God's Will

Invited to offer the traditional Mass at Newcastle on 8 August. Telling the Bishop through courtesy following his admonition in the Catholic Press. Questions whether his reasoning can be found by the Bishop to be at fault. Offers Fr Wathen's "The Great Sacrilege" as an non-refutable authority. Fr Baker is trying to do God's Will - not defiant to authority but does not agree with the requirement for blind and unquestioning obedience.

Baker, Oswald Charles Rev (1915-2004)

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