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Cardinal Hume
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-11-B09 · Part · 27 June 1995
Part of RCDEA Photographs

St John the Baptist Cathedral exterior by West door; Cardinal Hume with crozier on way into SJB

Unknown
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-IMG097 · Item · c 1984
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Cardinal Hume is in the centre of a crowd of people. It appears that he is being given papers to autograph. Copyright code indicates this occurred in 1984

Unknown
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-IMG089 · Item · unknown
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Chapel area with 2 rows of stalls either side of a central aisle which leads to a circular altar before a pair of full height wooden doors/shutters. Beyond can be seen figures (not nuns). 13 figures in habits on left side; 1 figure in a habit in centre foreground; On the right: 11 figures in habits, one not in a habit. All are facing toward the altar end of the chapel.

Unknown
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-IMG90 · Item · unknown
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Chapel area with 2 rows of stalls either side of a central aisle which leads to a circular altar before a pair of full height wooden doors/shutters. Beyond can be seen figures (not nuns). 14 figures in habits on right side; 7 figures on left side. All are facing toward the central aisle.

Unknown
Celebration at altar, OLEM
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-14-a12 · Item · June 1987
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Photograph taken from above right, looking across the altar to the North aisle. Archbishop Barbarito (Nuncio) is standing reading ; Bishop Clark and ANOther are sat either side. Choir is behind the altar and servers can be seen either side of chancel

Michael Manni Photographic
Certificate & Diocesan Medal
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-IMG031 · Item · unknown
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Certificate for the "Special Diocesan Medal" with 2 medals showing design for each side. Place for name and Bishop Clark's signature.

Unknown
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-08-3 · Item · c 1 October 2002
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Page 14 photocopied from an unknown publication. Article is a short summary of the Normandy trip under the by line of "Margaret Turner"

Unknown
Clergy Group
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-IMG078 · Item · unknown
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Large group of clergy posed for the camera.

Unknown
Clerics processing into SJB
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-11-B06 · Part · 27 June 1995
Part of RCDEA Photographs

St John the Baptist Cathedral exterior by West door; Bishop Smith & Mgr Michael Evans to left

Unknown
GB ARCHON 2913 COL03-col · Item · January 1984
Part of RCDEA Photographs

Clipping [Norfolk Fair?]; copy; Letter text:
"Dear Sir,
In October's copy of Norfolk Fair, there is a photograph of part of a religious procession from St John's, now the Catholic Cathedral here in Norwich. Underneath is the date, given as about 1930s.
In the 1930s a great event took place at St John's, which I believe was the 50th anniversary of the opening of St John's in 1894. This marvellous edifice succeeded the Roman Catholic church built in 1794 in Maddermarket Church Alley. We know it as the Maddermarket theatre. The Stranger's Hall nearby, was used for exactly one hndred years as the recorty.
Going back to the episode depicted in the photograph, I personally remember it quite well. Although not a Catholic myself, I was supplied with a ticket to attend the pontifical high mass at 11 am on this particular Sunday, which I believe took place either during July or August of 1934.
This mass was sung and celebrated by the Archbishop of Cardiff, Mostyn by name, the doyen of the hierarchy at that time. It was sung in the presence of Cardinal Bourne of Westminster. In the afternoon the cardinal, archbishop, bishops and laity journeyed to open the slipper chapel at Walsingham. The procession of the Blessed Sacrament too place outside, in Norwich for the first time since the Reformation. The sacred host was carried under a white, richly-embrodered canopy held over the heads of the dignitaries, with the monstrance. Supporting staves were held by four Knights of St Columba."

Thorn, Peter Mr