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Berthelay to Bishop: New church; £10 gift; conditions/requests re Ursuline Sisters

Image caption: [crossed out: "Monastere et Pensionnat de Religieuses Ursulines"] manuscript: "Institution St Alyre" a Clermont-Ferrand.
[Original manuscript in French.]
Given to understand that your Lordship will lay the first stone for the Catholic Church in Aldeburgh on 16 July. We thank God and are grateful to you for all the interest you have in the small mission in which we have worked so much. Enclosed is a cheque for £10 and apologies for the small sum, but cannot afford more. Allow me to remind you what was agreed with his Lordship Mgr Keating. 1st - that a small plaque of stone or metal will commemorate the stay of the Ursulines in this place; 2nd - Each year 4 masses will be said for the 4 religious who lay in the vault. You may find these conditions in the papers of the Aldeburgh Mission.
Manuscript annotation: "Answered. Thanks, very much. Do not know whether I can fix the Masses on the Parish [indecipherable] as there is no money to cover this. Will look up the agreement when I find it. (Mentioned it to Archbishop Keating in my Letter)."

Berthelay, L

Churches Unite in Prayers for Peace

Pope John Paul II and Dr Runcie, Archbishop of Canterbury, will be at Assisi to pray for peace. Norwich Christian leaders will join in prayer on Saturday (25th) and Monday (27th). Service of praise to be held at Norwich Cathedral followed by a picnic; mediation and prayer at St Julian's church and the United Reform church; procession from St Peter Mancroft to Catholic Cathedral of St John the Baptist.
Our Lady's Shrine - Walsingham holding an all-night vigil in the Slipper Chapel and the Reconciliation chapel.

Dowsey, Gary Rev (1955-)

Fr Allen to Bishop Clark: Spiritual Development of Walsingham

The letter outlines his ideas and plan for the Spiritual Development of Walsingham. It has taken time to produce mainly due to demonstrated perseverance and growth. The rich spirituality can only be lived by a Christian Community - not embodied in the buildings ... a simple life-style can be both satisfying and attractive ... not a prayer group ... a "base community" trying to live the Gospel.
The letter is to set things out clearly and to ask the Bishop's blessing.

Allen, Peter Rev SM BA MTh

Fr Paul Taylor to Charles [Bishop Grant]: Ad Clerum 7/75

Good news that the eye surgery date is fixed for the Bishop.
Item 3 in the Ad Clerum 7/75 - Travelling Mission (TM) - an example of why there was cynicism in the Deanery meeting, decisions are made without consultation. The small committee to discuss this matter was to have its first meeting on 18 November. The next paragraph discusses the value of the TM for small parishes in the time of a priest shortage.
The blunt statement in the Ad Clerum about the TM makes it more difficult to take future consultation seriously.
Second matter is about the doxology of the Eucharistic Prayers - how can one stop the congregation from spontaneously joining in, as they have been doing so for many years? More the spirit of the law than the letter of the law.
Off to USA for his annual holiday but hopes the Bishop won't take a rigid line on the second matter and put priests in a very embarrassing sitiuation with their congregations.

Taylor, Paul Aloysius Rev ( -2002)

Fr Sloan to Fr Moorcraft: Ransom cheque; Bishop illness

Acknowledges receipt of the cheque from Guild of Our Lady of Ransom. Delay in responding due to services in the week of prayer for Christian Unity. Will write to Fr Stark. Thank the Bishop for his kindness and assure him of our prayers for a complete and speedy recovery.

Sloan, James Rev (1913-1988)

Mrs Mary Kenyon to Bishop Cary-Elwes: Supply; Lourdes; Teresa Higginson

Supply for Fr Vermuelen is Mgr Charles Browne of Westminster - request faculties for him. Fr Vermuelen is on his second visit to Lourdes this year and hopes to meet the Bishop there with the English Pilgrimage. Her son may be improving slightly - are invoking Teresa Higginson and think there was a slight change after their novena.
manuscript annotation: "Answered by VG [Vicar General?]"

Kenyon, Mary Mrs (-1937)

Tyer, Musgrove & Terry to Bishop Cary-Elwes: Will of Miss Heycock - conclusion; Remembrance

Final details for settling the account results in a cheque for £152 for Hunstanton Mission. "In conclusion the executor had directed me to express his gratitude to those interested on the estate for the arrangements come to and for the avoidance of the necessity of applying to the Courts, and further, although not himself a member of your Church, to express the pious hope that the members of the Mission would sometimes remember in their prayers the soul of his late sister as would be her wish."
manuscript annotation: "Date of Death May 28/23."

Tyer, Musgrove & Terry

Vigil of prayer for Peace Day

[undated; unattributed]
Walsingham held an all-night vigil timed with the meeting of Pope John Paull II and 150 leaders from all Christian denominations at Assisi, Italy. Fr Pat Clearly delivered a message from the Bishop, Alan Clark.