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  • All Hallows Convent
    or six times a year and take the opportunity to come for a personal retreat in our guesthouses Associates express their support for the Community in prayer regular visits and retreats and where possible assisting the Community with their works Oblates and Companions have a more extended hands on commitment pledging themselves to live alongside the Community and take part in our daily life and routines c ompanions live within

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  • All Hallows Convent
    You first name type text value value You first name Your last name type text value value Your last name Name of the person to be prayed for type text value value Name of the person to be prayed for

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  • All Hallows Convent
    the old Convent building Please telephone 01986 895749 for further details Chapel times 7 30 a m Lauds Morning prayer 8 00 a m Eucharist 12 15 p m Sext Midday prayer 5 00 p m Meditation 5 30 p m Vespers Evening prayer 8 00 p m Compline Night prayer The Eucharist is 9 30 a m on Saturdays and 10 00 a m on Sundays Send us a

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  • All Hallows Convent
    meagre incomes They taught carpentry skills to boys They provided food to supplement the bad diets and helped to clothed both parents and children All was funded by regular appeals for contributions which were responded to well When possible sick children were sent away to convalesce but still sadly many families were wiped out by typhoid scarlet fever and influenza In the 1912 floods they rescued women and children and many stayed in the Mission House with them until their own homes were habitable The style of mission changes as needs do but in an increasing secular society small pockets of caring and prayer continue We continue to have a presence in Norwich today providing guesthouse accommodation All Hallows Hospital In 1872 Mother Lavinia set up a cottage Hospital in Ditchingham but very soon the cottage proved to be too small and work began on the present building which was opened a year later All Hallows Sisters were trained as nurses and worked in the Hospital As the services were directed at the poor not much income was received for the nursing provided Although there was surgery and operations performed at the hospital attention was given to incurable diseases and those who needed constant nursing during the last few days of their life The First World War put a stop to much of the Hospital s care for local people whilst wounded and sick soldiers were looked after during a four year period Quite a different sphere of work developed when Sister Gwyneth took charge in 1933 The maternity section grew Mothers from surrounding villages came to have their babies at the Hospital After 35 years Sister Gwyneth retired and the Hospital was put in the care of Sister Frances in 1968 She was not a nurse therefore Sister Joy became Matron Her concern moved back to the terminally ill patients and the maternity ward soon discontinued Since the deaths of Sister Joy 1976 and Sister Frances 1980 the Sisters from the Community have continued to care for the patients and relatives pastoral needs Today the Sisters are few in number and the Hospital is staffed by a professional lay team In 1994 the Community took over the operation of a 38 bedded residential home now known as All Hallows Nursing Home providing long term nursing care with respite beds available The Day Treatment and Therapy Centre was built and opened in May 2004 in the grounds of the Hospital In May 2007 it was announced that the Sisters were to promote an independent charity A registered charity and a company limited by guarantee was then formed All Hallows Healthcare Trust Yale 1884 While all this was going on the call to go to the Indians in W Canada came in 1881 from a new Bishop of British Columbia Bp Sillitoe So several Sisters travelled across Canada on the Canadian Pacific Railway to Yale Recently one of the descendants of a pupil in the school we set up wrote to

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  • All Hallows Convent
    2016 Mini IGR Individual guided retreat Residential to be held at Lavinia House Numbers limited to 8 so book early to avoid disappointment Leaders CAH team 2nd 6th May 2016 Come and Be A new venture we are inviting those with a genuine desire to be a part of our life for a short space to come and do so Apply to Convent for details before booking Leaders CAH team 18th June 2016 Praying with Icons Gaze in stillness on these windows into heaven and let the Spirit pray you in this quiet space Leader Oblate Lynda 3rd September 2016 New Life taking root A reflective look at the miracle behind everyday things like gardening Learn the art of taking successful cuttings Leaders Sr Sheila and Head Gardener 3rd 7th October 2016 Mini IGR Individual guided retreat Residential to be held at Lavinia House Numbers limited to 8 so book early to avoid disappointment Leaders CAH team 26th November 2016 Advent Quiet Day a popular preached retreat to help prepare for the feast of the Birth of Jesus Leader Resident Clergy Our Quiet Days start at 10am and finish at 4 30pm and cost 12 payable in advance There are

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