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Latest news from the Diocese of East Anglia includes a new priest at Wymondham, medals for altar servers and Cafod record in Fressingfield
The parish of Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury in Wymondham has given a warm welcome to its new Assistant Priest, Fr Denis Gallagher.
Fr Denis comes from Achill in County Mayo and was ordained in 1993.
At the invitation of Bishop Alan, Fr Denis will initially be spending one year in the Diocese of East Anglia.
The picture above shows Fr Denis serving at the weekly open lunch in the parish of Our Lady and St Thomas of Canterbury
John Borda and Kasia Ilasz were presented with silver medals from the Archconfraternity of St Stephen for altar serving for over ten years at Our Lady Immaculate and Saint Etheldreda, Newmarket on Sunday December 15.
Both are also involved in training new altar servers.
The CAFOD stall at Fressingfield Christmas Produce Market made £201.36, which includes money for the sale of cot quilts at Fressingfield Women’s Institute Market on November 30, reports Mary Kirk from St Edmund’s Parish in Bungay.
This means the total raised in 2019 is a record £1205.46.
Diocese of East Anglia priest Fr Michael Rear, based in Manningtree, spoke to BBC Radio Suffolk on Sunday December 15 about his recent book – Rome a Pilgrim Guide. Start listening at 40.30 mins
Click below to read our review of his book