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              GB ARCHON 2913 PA03-a-01-01-18 · Item · 5 December 1930
              Part of St Benet's Minster Parish, Beccles

              Responding to Mrs Kenyon request for a chaplain. Once decided will the Bishop provide faculties?
              Abbot Butler writes about the Bergholt-Monica question - the Abbess can progress Sr Monica if she thinks right. Anne Todhunter living in London now - they have taken a house for six months in Lexham Gardens - "Poor Anne! I hope it will work"

              Kindersley, George Aeldred Rev OSB (1860-1934)
              GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-01-06-83-1 · Part · 1981-9-12
              Part of Walsingham Shrine

              Referring to an article from the Universe (17 July 1981), brought to the attention of the Sacred Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith. They would know of the accuracy of this account. He describes the situation as contrary to principles establish in church doctrine. Would the Bishop send them the information requested?

              Heim, Bruno Bernard Rev (1911-2003)
              GB ARCHON 2913 PA03-a-01-01-19 · Item · 6 December 1930
              Part of St Benet's Minster Parish, Beccles

              Rome's decision on Sr Monica took time with three abbots and a Bishop against the move.
              Outlines some family difficulties within Gillingham Hall not being helped by Fr Pillot's abusive letter to the Colonel. Glad to see the end of the line of foreign priests at Gillingham and with the removal of Fr Pillot the tyranny has come to an end. "A sad business."

              Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-02-02-53-5 · Part · 18 September 2020
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              "At a farewell Mass at the National Shrine in Walsingham, Bishop Alan Hopes of East Anglia paid a fulsome tribute to Mgr John Armitage for his hard work over the past five years as he prepared to start a new role as a priest in Canning Town, London. Here we reproduce just part of the bishops speech: 'Mgr John brought a huge amount of energy and generosity to the Shrine which I know you have loved from your early days. You created a whirlwind which has captivated and inspired so many different people in so many different ways. These last
              five years have been a very significant ones in the life of the Shrine'." Story continues.
              Image of Bishop Hopes and Mgr John Armitage.

              The Catholic Universe (1860-2021)
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-05-01-02-01-132 · Item · 25 November 1975
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              Quoting from an article in the Daily Telegraph which the Bishop indicates could mislead a reader with some untruths about Fr Sketch. Writing because "this and similar one-sided reports cause distress..." "... you will instruct your staff to present both sides of the picture, and not accept uncritically the propaganda of an interested party in the controversy."

              Grant, Charles Alexander Rev LCL BA (1906-1989)
              GB ARCHON 2913 EABC-00-01-31 · Item · c. 13 June 1975
              Part of East Anglia Bishops' Correspondence

              From the committee, Bishop Guazzellli, Chairman.
              Pope Paul's appeal to world governments to make the Holy Year a general year of amnesty. This committee will get the message to the Government. During 1975 the committee hopes to aid clergy and laity and asks Bishops to recommend their service to those in the diocese.

              Guazzelli, Victor Rev (1945-2004)
              GB ARCHON 2913 EABC-00-01-78 · Item · 6 November 1981
              Part of East Anglia Bishops' Correspondence

              Cardinal Hume suggested, after discussions, that this set of guidelines must be right. Bishop Konstant lists the points from the discussions. He is writing to a number of bishops to obtain their comments on the points raised of any others. "I am told by those who deal with the handicapped and their parents that 'All people Together' has not had sufficient impact on the clergy, and a more explicit statement on the reception of Holy Communion would be helpful. "

              Konstant, David Every Rev (1930–2016)
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-03-01-1-101 · Part · 1 January 1850 (published 1 July 1850)
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              Pg1-4: Pastoral letter introduces the idea that a new formal administrative structure is required for the London District, and acts as a covering letter for the actual Statute. Whilst dated 1 January it was not published until 1 July 1850 and the postscript states that it has all wroked well after 6 months. It names the priests who are to form the Council of Administration.
              Pg5-12: "Statute of Institution and Organisation of Councils for the better administration of the London District"

              Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick Stephen Rev (1802-1865)
              GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-235 · Item · 6 May 1962
              Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

              Massingham Nuns: not had contact with them - wish two of them to take over the infants department. The Servite nuns will be going to Jamaica. Trouble in filling the consequent vacansies for teachers.
              King's Lynn Overspill: 10,000 East-end Londoners will move here over the next 10 years. Offer of a site for a church. Investigating it with Canon Roberts and Alderman Claxton.

              Sammons, Francis Ethelbert Clowes Rev (1925-1975)
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-02-02-21-9 · Part · 17 April 2019
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              Fr Francis McDermott was found guilty of 18 counts of historic child sex offences. A Catholic priest has been jailed for nine years and 11 months. McDermott, 75, abused six victims, some as young as 10, in London, Norwich, and High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, between 1971 and 1978, Aylesbury Crown Court heard.
              See links to news articles below.

              The Daily Mail
              GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-01-09-01-6 · Item · 20 August 1993
              Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

              Fr Peter Verity, Catholic Media Office, in a round robin letter covering the enclosed report. A Communicatios Committee, CBCEW, initiative has produced this report in the light of media coverage of the Church in the last nine months. It is being circulated to all participants (see pg 16) with the invitation to pass it on to those concerned with evangelisation, media or adult education.

              Catholic Bishop's Conference of England and Wales