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At the same time, there is the worry of the new Vatican document seeking to rein in the Extraordinary Form. The last I heard on this was that it was leaving things as they are but any priest new to the EF must get the permission of his bishop to celebrate.This didn`t sound too bad to me if it means the bishop has to set some kind of test to ensure that new celebrants are proficient in the rite. This could mean setting up training courses to ensure proficiency and thus make it easier for priests to learn who are worried about trying it because they have no Latin for example. At least that`s what I hope will happen. When granting planning permission, can it be assumed that the systems for controlling carbon emissions will be effective? Next Sunday we have two exciting new events. Rev. Luke Wilkinson will be ordained to the priesthood for this diocese on Tuesday evening at the cathedral. On Sunday after that (July 4th) he will be here to celebrate his first Mass in the Extraordinary Form. This will be a Missa Cantata and I shall be the Assistant Priest. I`ve looked through Fortescue and alas he gives instructions for this in a High Mass and a Low Mass only so I`ll have to cobble something together to make it work for the Missa Cantata. There will be photos I hope. At least no-one will criticise too much as they`ll be ( I assume) none the wiser. So prayers for Rev Luke Wilkinson and wishing him Ad Multos Annos! I think churches are assets/resources and once they are no longer feasible to maintain, they need to be "decommissioned" (and possibly dispensed with). We live in an urban area with a relatively good public transport system - I think even if half the churches in Newcastle-Gateshead were closed, people could still get to Mass, definitely on Sundays (weekdays are a problem at present, too, but that's a different issue). performance of his office -the defence and promotion of the faith: “ the Holy Spirit was not promised to the

So things are ok at St Joseph`s Gateshead. The parish priest was appointed to be a canon last April and continues to battle on with Parkinson`s disease, diagnosed 7 years ago. Plainly some of the carbon emissions were the subject of a consenting regime. The Secretary of State had chosen to discharge his duty under s. 1 of the CCA by means of emissions trading scheme. There were (relevantly) two emissions trading schemes, one targeting UK-EU flights (the UK ETS) and one targeting UK-non Eu flights (CORSIA). (¶141). The Claimant accepted that the UK ETS was a parallel consenting regime which fell within the Gateshead principle. To consider that trading scheme alone (and not the other schemes, including those which might come forward in the future (see ¶170)) would be illogical. It was the entirety of the measures put forward to reach the net zero target that should be considered; and the Revelation, the Deposit of Faith, delivered through the Apostles” (Pastor Aeternus #6). If a Bishop of Starting this morning, and lasting for 15 days, several dozen billboards dedicated to the traditional liturgy will be posted near and around the Vatican.Its engineers are Gifford and Partners and its architects Wilkinson Eyre, designers of a large number of bridges as well as the superb Stratford Market depot (1997) of London Underground's Jubilee Line extension, the new Magna Science Park housed in a former steel works at Rotherham, and the reconstruction of London Bridge station. suffering, dying world as one of us; came to suffer and die with us and for us, that He may rise again Cultural projects like Gateshead Quays require faith and considerable teamwork. There are about 18 governmental bodies and cultural organisations involved in this regeneration programme. The total cost for the development of the whole of east Gateshead is about half that of last year's Millennium Experience. It beggars belief: a bridge, a world-class concert hall and art gallery, new hotels and homes, places to shop and eat, stop and stare on the banks of the Tyne, all for the price of a circus tent and its contents. The restriction on new celebrants having to have authorisation from Rome seems bizarre. How will Rome know anything about the suitability of the priest?

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge brings the number of bridges crossing the Tyne to seven. These vary in the quality of their designs. The Tyne Bridge (1928), based on Sydney Harbour Bridge, is splendid and dominates the riverscape. Robert Stephenson's High Level Bridge (1849), with trains on top and road traffic below, is no less impressive, and few people can fail to be fascinated by Sir William Armstrong's Newcastle Swing Bridge of 1876.Gateshead, though, was always the poor relation across the water. Its industrial economy was already in decline by the close of the 19th century. It suffered greatly during the depression. Now, its time has come - with culture rather than industry providing the way forward. Father Donnelly is in it also. There's a bonny baby competition, a children's fancy dress competition, stalls, raffles.face painting, maybe you had your face painted Anonymous, bet you did. Close by, Foster and Partners' Gateshead Music Centre is being inflated on the riverbank. At least, that's what it looks like. The curvaceous building is made from concrete, steel and aluminium, but looks as though it has been pumped up - architecture's answer to Charles Atlas or Jayne Mansfield. In other lights it resembles a giant dirigible moored to the banks of the Tyne. Either way, it will be unmissable. Huge windows will provide views of Newcastle's city centre. Inside, airy foyers and filigree walkways will lead to a 1,650-seat auditorium, a secondary concert hall, a music school and rehearsal rooms. The centre will be home not just to Northern Sinfonia, but also to Folkworks, a charity promoting traditional music. Whilst it is always sad if a church needs to be closed we must accept that the financial implications must weigh heavily on the diocese unless Catholics return to their Faith & provide for a church AND PRIESTS to serve the churches.

What is striking is the quality of the design and engineering of these new projects. Gateshead has chosen its architects well. Each has come up with a design that lives up to Tyneside's bravura engineering and industrial past. Although refined, none is fey. This is good news, because so many redeveloped quaysides - from New York and Chicago to Cape Town - can be a little too much like water's-edge shopping malls. Gateshead itself boasts one of the biggest and cheesiest shopping malls of all, the gigantic Metro Centre, which, although undoubtedly popular, is a monstrous carbuncle on the face of north-east England. Gateshead Quay might yet redeem the architectural and planning sins of this unholy retail trough. The Wanda Diamond League will be reopening a treasure trove of world class athletics heritage when the 2021 season gets underway with Mondo Duplantis, Dina Asher-Smith and co in action at the Muller Grand Prix Gateshead in two weeks today, Sunday 23 May.Not having been born British this might be a cultural difference, but I do not see the significance of individual parishes/churches in the sense Rachel's comment conveys. On any given week I go to 4 different churches. I have been asked to read in two. I am inscribed at one, but all 4 are "mine". As are the ones I go to in my native Eastern European country, or when visiting family in France or Ireland. I mean, one of the greatest things about being a Catholic is that Mass is Mass everywhere and you meet the Lord in Holy Communion in every Mass. The Claimant argued that the regime of controlling carbon emissions was akin to air quality. It was a programmatic regime. The Gateshead principle did not bite. The Decision was therefore wrong for essentially assuming that the Secretary of State would comply with the duties under the CCA. The details of the bridge are impressive. The steel pedestrian walkways include benches, and are raised above the perforated aluminium cycle path to offer generous views of the Tyne and its twin cities. The bridge can be raised and lowered, all but silently, in just four minutes. It is expected to be opened about 200 times a year, a sight well worth seeing. By night it lights up beautifully. A central plank of the reasoning is contained in the following passage where the Panel then made three points:

This was an issue when a Panel appointed by the Secretary of State granted planning permission to an extension of Bristol Airport (“the Decision”).the focus of decisions should be on whether a proposed development is an acceptable land use, rather than focusing on the control of emissions which are the subject of separate pollution control regimes. [It] should be assumed that such other regimes will operate effectively Having read the comments from the Pope I am at a loss to understand how he can say that the Holy Spirit guided Pope Benedict in freeing up the EF Mass while at the same time claiming the guidance of the same Holy Spirit is his preventing it. Surely the Holy Spirit, as a omniscient part of the Holy Trinity, would have foreseen the difficulties caused by His giving contrasting guidance to 2 different Popes. In the Church of our day, in which listening, welcoming, and inclusion inspire all pastoral action, and there is a desire to build ecclesial communion “with a synodal method,” this group of ordinary faithful, young families, and fervent priests has the confident hope that its voice will not be stifled but welcomed, listened to, and taken into due consideration. Those who go to the “Latin Mass” are not second-class believers, nor are they deviants to be re-educated or a burden to be gotten rid of. On the undulating Riverside Bowl course behind the International Stadium, Waitz finished eight seconds clear of Allison Wiley of the US. The unheralded Ethiopian Bekele Debele edged out Portugal’s future Olympic marathon champion Carlos Lopes in an epic mass sprint in the men’s race. As you look across the townscape, what really strikes you is the way the structures and shadows of these bridges appear to coalesce. They really are a remarkable sight and the first five have long been a memorable gateway to Newcastle, a city endowed with one of the great Victorian stations and a noble centre. Even the first bridge across the Tyne was probably an impressive achievement: the Pons Aelius was commissioned by the Emperor Hadrian in AD120, an inspired architect as well as a soldier.

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