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Abbot Fitzgerald-Lombard to Bishop Clark: Appointments at Beccles and Bungay

Beccles: Happy for this proposal to become a firm arrangement - deal with details later. Note comment that this is still a Downside parish and need to make this clear to avoid a dip in morale. Also, to send in a holiday supply from time to time to help Mgr Hypher.

Bungay: Enquiries have been received about Fr Richard from a Curial Cardinal who may offer him a job in Rome. Suggest Fr Edward Crouzet (55, graduate of Cambridge and Fribourg, linguist, musician, counsellor) who is Chaplain at Cambridge University for 7 years, also, a Downside housemaster for many years.

Fitzgerald-Lombard, James Michael Hubert Charles Rev OSB MPhil (1941-)

Authority for Exposition of Sacrament

Typescript is in Latin
Headed: Convent of Saint Mary of Peace, Aldeburgh
Bishop of Northampton permits the Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament on first Friday of every month and on the Feast of the Circumcision. Lists feast days for Mass and benediction so long as they do not occur on the Lord's day.
Signed by the Bishop on 20 January [no year]
Manuscript annotation: "These sisters were ordered to disband by Rome in October 1927. They left Dec. 31st 1927 - were replaced by the Sisters of Mercy."

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

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: Arrange for the Huddlestons to attend a Mass with the Pope

Asking Mgr Godfrey to help Commander & Mrs Eyre Huddleston who are spending Easter in Rome and would like to attend Holy Father's Mass. Explains they are of Sawston Hall, one of the old English Catholic houses where Mass was said during the Penal Days. Mrs Eyre Huddleston is the daughter of Sir Edward ad Lady Philippa Stewart (niece of the late Duke of Norfolk). Both are fine Catholics. He says he has given them a letter of introduction.

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 Bishop Butler: Symposium at Sant'Anselmo; Mixed marriages

"From Dialogue to Communion" Symposium at Sant'Anselmo [Monastery, Rome, Italy]. Congar and Vagaggini gave straight forward replies to the question discussed in Bishop Butler's paper on koinonia; their replies may help in ARCIC.
Have not yet read the revised version on Mixed Marriages, but would contest any attempt to make it a publication of ARC.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Cardinal Hume: Australia; Gulf Crisis; Dersingham

Returned from Canberra, Australia, after heading up the Vatican delegation for VII Assembly of the World Council of Churches - chaotic but epic. Thanks the Cardinal for his leadership in the debate on the Gulf Crisis.
Francis Selman: happy for the Cardinal to see him (provides a short pen picture) - thought he had settled at Quidenham - but that is obviously not the case.
Fr Andrew Morley at Dersingham: Asks the Cardinal to withdraw him as he has caused offence and gone to the provincial press.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Cardinal Hume: Walsingham Pilgrimage General Absolution - reply from Cardinal Knox

Has just received a reply from Cardinal Knox to his letter dated 9 October 1979.
Discouraging - appreciate the Cardinal Hume's counsel. The inability to give General Absolution at time of pilgrimage is not a disaster - but the letter shows an addiction to strict and literal interpretation of the norms.
He has instructed his clergy that in real necessity they are authorised to administer GA (the kind of necessity the Congregation does not admit!) and inform him after the fact. But this has been rarely used and with no criticisms
Bishop Clark thinks that something has "leaked".

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Fr Langley: Rome trip; Uncle accommodation

Fine about Rome trip. Finances highly credible - but carry on with the weekly £15 form the Sick Clergy Fund (explain more when we meet). Uncle situation - good for a time but eventually he will need proper care.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Rev J Harvey: Hearing Confession at Walsingham during/after Mass

Bishop agrees with Fr John Harvey, saying that after The National Pilgrimage when he gave a General Absolution he was "invited" to Rome. He fought his corner, giving a context similar to that which Fr Harvey had described, but Cardinal Knox, tho' gracious, stuck to the letter of the law. The only practical solution is to ask pilgrims to go to confession prior to going on a pilgrimage to Walsingham.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clarke to Cardinal Hume: Summary of Joint Working Group

Three days in Rome as Co-Moderator of the Joint Working Group (between the Holy See and the World Council of Churches [WCC]). Summary of discussion with Bishop Duprey: Cardinal Hume handled the matter admirably; not to support the "Papua New Guinea Solution" (Archivist would not let Bishop Clark look at the Papua New Guinea file); hostile to Conditional Ordination; explore Supplemental Ordination?; As CDF [The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Curia, Vatican] did not accept ARCIC approach to Apostolic Succession there may be a problem.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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