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            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-02-02-101-1 · Part · 19 May 2023
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            "The outstanding charitable service of a Norwich parishioner has been recognised by Pope Francis with the award of a Benemerenti Medal. Angela Stone was presented with her medal by Bishop Peter Collins during morning Mass at St John's Cathedral on Sunday, 7th May, the day after King Charles III was crowned, himself promising "not to be served but to serve" and encouraging people to volunteer in their local communities." Story continues
            1 image: Angela Stone with Bishop Peter Collins

            Universe Catholic Weekly (2021-)
            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-03-01-3-27 · Part · 2 November 1860
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            Holy Father has approved a petition from Third Provincial Council of Westminster. Masses for deceased brethren must abide by new rules. A Register for Masses must be maintained in each Diocese. Canon Oleron will receive and enrol names who wish to be entered into the Register for Masses. Responsibility of each priest to be recorded in the correct register (if they move between dioceses) and if so recorded to say one mass each year for those names in the Register.
            Holy Father has allowed the use of Dripping and Lard on all days except for Good Friday [previously proscribed at times in Lent].
            Discontinuation of prayers for the harvest; the Te Deum to be sung by way of thanksgiving.

            Amherst, Francis Kerril Rev (1819-1883)
            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-09-03-01-3-87 · Part · 29 March 1869
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            50th Anniversary of the Pope saying his first mass. Clergy of Europe have agreed to offer Holy Sacrifice for the intentions of the Holy Father. Includes Pius IX response to this (dated 16 March 1869) in which he grants an indulgence. Bishop suggests a collection be made.

            Amherst, Francis Kerril Rev (1819-1883)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA40-a-00-01-5 · Item · 16 March 1931
            Part of Our Lady of Lourdes and St John Fisher Parish, Sawston

            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)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA28-01-01-204 · Item · 3 June 1930
            Part of Our Lady of the Annunciation Parish, King's Lynn

            Here is the Papal Rescript about the Shrine and Statue at K. Lynn [returned to Fr Stokes - not present]. Also text written in full, and a translation:
            Main text:
            "Si pregia ricordare a Sua Eminenza, 11 Cardinale Vicario, la Benedizione dell' annessa Imagine da Sua Santita il giorno sei, scelta da S.E.per la rinovazione doll' antico Santuario della Madonna di Walsingham, King's Lynn, Norfolk, nella Diocese di Northampton, Inghilterra, la Quale e stato ardentemente ed umilmente richiesta a S.E. dai Revmi. Padre Filippo Fletcher della Diocese di Southwark e Maestro della Confraternita della Madonna di Mercede per la conversione di Inghilterra ed il Padre Giorgio Wrigglesworth, parroco di Santa Maria, King's Lynn, Norfolk, Diocese di Northampton

            Ex Aud. SS. Die 6. Feb. 1897, SS.D.N. LEO XIII piis precibus annuens delectam S. Deiparae Iconen ad effectum de Quo agitur adprobere laudibusque efferre clementissime dignatus est
            L.M Card. Vicarius (Parocchi)
            L.C. Cardinalis Vicarius Urbis

            22 Feb. 1897.Hoc Rescriptur ut authenticum recogniscimus
            Arthurus Epus. Northantoniensis”

            Translation [by Bishop Cary-Elwes]

            “Statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary at King's Lynn.

            We beg to remind Your Eminence the Cardinal Vicar, of the Blessing of the annexed image chosen by Your Eminence on the 6th, for the reconstitution of the ancient Sanctuary of Our Lady of Walsingham, in King's Lynn, Norfolk, in the Diocese of Northampton, England, which was fervently and humbly petitioned from Your Eminence by the Rev. Fr. Philip Fletcher of the Diocese of Southwark, Master of the Guild of Our Lady of Ransom for the Conversion of England, and the Rev. Fr. George Wrigglesworth, Parish Priest of St. Mary's, King's Lynn, Norfolk, in the Diocese of Northampton.

            At an Audience of His Holiness, the 6th. February, 1897, Our Holy Father Leo XIII, consenting to these pious petitions, graciously deigned to approve and extol the said Image of Our Lady for the purpose indicated.

            L.M. (Parocchi) Card. Vic.

            Cardinalis Vicarius Urbis.

            We hereby certify this Rescript as authentic.
            Arthur, Bishop of Northampton.
            22nd. Feb. 1897.

            Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)
            GB ARCHON 2913 PA40-a-00-01-4 · Item · 16 March 1931
            Part of Our Lady of Lourdes and St John Fisher Parish, Sawston

            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)
            GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-01-06-143 · Item · 1984-7-9
            Part of Walsingham Shrine

            Directs Fr Birch to write to the Apostolic Pro-Nuncio to seek help in obtaining a message from the Holy Father to insert in the proposed booklet. Do not write to the Secretary of State (Mge Bryan Chestle) it will only be returned.

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-00-08-5 · Item · 1980-10-22
            Part of Walsingham Shrine

            Points briefly, but not intended to be brusque.

            1. irresponsible to promote this distasteful campaign to induce a visit
            2. No decisions taken; matter surely on the agenda of the November Hierarchy Meeting; to involve Carding and Archbishop Worlock
            3. finances do not work out - the Irish still paying off a large debt [for the Papal visit to Knock]
            4. issues over meeting the Archbishop of Canterbury at Walsingham
            5. disparaging remarks about "taking out Lady to the Pope" do not deter Bishop Clark - she is more important than her shrine
            6. Fr Birch exaggerates. Canterbury visit (probably) of far greater significance
            7. Once the Hierarchy decided on priorities, Bishop will be clear and uncompromising - no blame nor chiding - his idea can be sold to the nation and a community which wants to glimpse the Pope
            8. "I am not letting you down..."
            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-01-06-104 · Item · 1982-6-18
            Part of Walsingham Shrine

            Agrees that the Chapel of Reconciliation is a "wonder". The gift [£25] will be sent to the Appeal committee.
            "The Pope, of course said what I wanted him to say 0 and then did what I never imagined he would! Put the statue like an icon on the altar (the liturgists were embarrassed - but when HH says "put, you put)..."

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-02-02-53 · Item · 1980-12-29
            Part of Walsingham Shrine

            Abortive work costs have to be paid.
            Appeal should have a personalised approach by the Bishop - not done - but water under the bridge. The Cathedral is renewing its boilers, etc therefore less of a donation from that parish. Refers to his Ad Clerum in which he states that whilst a generous benefaction underwrites a third of the costs, any approach by Mr Ward should be welcomed.
            The pope's visit - go sensitively, unlikely that he will visit Walsingham, so the success of the Appeal should not rest on this alone.

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-05-01-02-01-158 · Item · 29 June 1976
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            Fr Baker has decided to challenge the current arrangements. He has opened a Tridentine mass centre in Bethel Street in Norwic, not far from the Cathedral. Appends an extract of the digest created by the Archbishop of Birmingham of the pope's speech regarding Archbishop Lefebvre and those who support him. The position needs to be made crystal clear. The priests are to read out the instruction - Fr Baker is deliberately flouting the authority of the Church, the Holy Father and his bishops; such people are putting themselves out of communion with the same; the pope draws his authority from Christ and hence requires obedience; no priest is to celebrate the Tridentine rite with a congregation, and, no one can join him without express permission.

            Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)
            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-05-01-02-01-133 · Item · 26 November 1975
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            Compliments slip: Bishop Secretary: "Tony Sketch will arrange to deliver the enclosed - less the carbon - to all Downham Market parishioners when he distributes his invitations to the real Mass."
            Page 1: letter to the congregation at Downham Market - explaining, now that the legal procedure is over, the sorrow he feels in acting against Fr Baker. Obedience to the Holy Father means accepting the changes away from the Tridentine Mass. Expects support for Fr Sketch. Notes of explanation included.
            Page 2-3: Notes headed: "1. Your present position"; "2. The Missal of Pope Paul VI"; "3. The Bishop's dealings with Fr Baker"

            Grant, Charles Alexander Rev LCL BA (1906-1989)
            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-05-01-02-01-152 · Item · 22 July 1976
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            Expectation that priests and laity obey and respect the Pope and Bishops and celebrate Mass and Sacraments in the Church's way. Warning against attending an unofficial Latin Mass. Establishes that Archbishop Lefebvre and supporters are opposed to Vatican II and are operating outside the orders of the Pope and Bishops. To attend their Mass is to risk parting company with the Pope and the Catholic Church.

            Lindsay, Hugh Rev (1927-2009)
            GB ARCHON 2913 DEA-05-01-02-01-154 · Item · 4 August 1976
            Part of Roman Catholic Diocese of East Anglia (RCDEA)

            The proposed Mass has no ecclesiastical authority - Fr Baker has not sought leave to offer Mass. Despite Fr Baker's defence of following his conscience he has overlooked the duty to educate his conscience - cites a few examples. Bishop says the Fr Baker is neglecting the guidance of Vatican II, the Pope, Bishop Grant and Bishop Clark. Even if you cannot accept these, consider deeply before leaving Downham Market to share your personal difficulties in other dioceses.

            Lindsay, Hugh Rev (1927-2009)