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Adding to the rich landscape - EDP

Sub-heading: "Heritage - Church extension wins council's design award"
Photo: Exterior view of entrance to Wymondham Church
Text: Wymondham RC church wins South Norfolk's annual design award for 2002. Fr Jennings & Tom O'Connor received a plaque and certificate at the awards ceremony. Certificates presented to architect Paul Lucas (Real Architecture, Wymondham) and Steve Brock (Bluestone Plc, Norwich)

Eastern Daily Press

Articles listed as sent to Woburn by Association of Perpetual Adoration (copied from list provided by Fr Phillips)

Copy of Fr Phillips' list of articles sent by the Association of Perpetual Adoration (assumed Wymondham put instead of Woburn by mistake).
Note added by Bishop, dated 21 November 1930, saying unknown whether these have arrived, list was sent to Wymondham but no sign of the items.

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

Bishop Clark to Bp Grant: Diocese division; Downham Market; PP changeover

Suggest Canons Burditt and Frost and Frs Philpot and Wace for Commission on the division of the [Northampton] Diocese.
Downham Market is an issue on which we must stand - "whatever the personal holiness of Ossie (and God alone is the Judge here), he is corrupting a holy thing - and this is the hidden evil." Unwavering leadership is required. Confront Ossie with the obedience he owes, and, that the Pope has formally specified the circumstances in which the rite may be celebrated.
Tony Sketch should be given Downham market as his charge and say a publicised Mass there.
PPs (Aldeburgh, Wymondham, Felixstowe and Ipswich) make change-over on October 7th.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Brown: Visitation - 7/8 September 1985; sorting out Attleborough

Thanking Fr Brown for his "care" during the Visitation on 7/8 September. The Bishop finds that he has not yet replaced his "reserves" and will have to pace himself for some time. His heart went out to the orphans at Attleborough.
Resolution to Attleborough depends on (1) linking Swaffham to Watton, (2) re-establishing Attleborough to Wymondham parish. Thanks Fr Brown for the generous offering to the "kitty".

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Brown: Visitation - 8/10 July 1988

Valuable & vigorous time on a programme which at first seemed daunting but was fully vindicated. Bishop did visit the whole of the parish. Very much liked what he encountered and thanked Fr Brown and Sister Alies for their time & energy. Attleborough has no immediate answer; building there is still thought of, but the Bishop favours the Methodist Church as a good venue. Suggests Fr Brown should programme in some painting. The hall may still provide adequate service but for how long? Wymondham is a happy and well organised parish.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Brown: Attleborough or Watton?

Three large market towns and only one church. Watton seems to have priority, so long as the RAF do not pull out. Attleborough though, does it need a permanent church? The community there is small and we should be open to co-operation with other Christian churches if it is offered. He doubts that they are in the position to invest real money in the suggested venture. Instinct then is for Watton. Right? Please guide.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Brown: Considering delivery of pastoral care and parish boundaries

The Bishop insists that Fr Brown "cannot do the morally impossible". Note Dereham was erected as a parish to enable Mass at Hethersett. Attleborough should be discussed between Fr Brown and the Vicar-General or Dean to see what is possible. It is sensitive with Fr Brendan Peters only 80% well. Bishop is thinking out loud on paper. Watton: the Bishop has a candidate in mind, but will consult with Fr Brown.
"It is no 'theological nicety' that we will need (structural ) laity involvement on a deeper scale than ever before...", Bishop is uneasy if pastoral responsibility is seen as exclusively pertaining to the Parish priest.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Brown: "In God's Name" by David Yallop

The book is a mish-mash of fact and error written to destroy the credibility of the Catholic Church. "... not only Christ's Church but it is also a wagon-load of sinners." ".. to be loved and cherished in spite of our failures, for it is the Body of Christ." The Bishop would not refer to such libels and calumnies in a Pastoral, nor in any pronouncement from the pulpit.
p.s. looking forward to September's visitation. "Marcinkus may have been a fool and incompetent but he is not a bad man. I know him personally and he has been savagely traduced."

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Brown: RAF Watton and provision at Watton

Until the RAF decide no real decision can be made for Watton. Fr Brown is extended to his fullest and additional demands through provision at Watton are not envisaged. Perhaps mileage in a Permanent Deacon? Maybe provision in one of the other Christian churches in the area or must parishioners arrange transport to Wymondham?
p.s. "I much appreciate your gift to the PEF - out of your legacy."

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop to Fr Brown: Strategy for presence in Attleborough

Bishop considers the points raised by Fr Brown. Setting aside the Diocese's "penury", it is important to have a goal in mind - permanent church (small such as in Blakeney) or church centre? Bishop tends to the latter with a view to ecumenical sharing. although the Anglicans are currently building their own. What about the Methodist Church and its buildings?
Re Sr. Alies, provision for her will be largely at Wymondham's expense. but the idea is worth exploring.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

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