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Andrew Everett

Catholicism

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I was born a Catholic and some of my ancestors have been so since mid -18th century, when there was quite a push to revive the Faith in Northumberland. Since then many of the family have followed the faith of their fathers. It is disappointing that our children and grandchildren no longer practise their religion. […]

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Andrew Everett

October 2020

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Mary and I are suffering from along term ‘dominno effect. From the end of August, when a building firm inspected our roof with a view to replacing old felt and roof tiles, (c £7000); there has been one expense followed by another. On inspection, there was not only more tiles, but the joists had been […]

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Andrew Everett

September 2020

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Just when tentative measues to restart social contact for me and several hundred thousand others within the county , e.g. going back to my accompanist to sing weekly and explore more repertory as well as attending Mass and distributing Communion to the sick in hospital each Saturday morning: when it is all rescinded again. County […]

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July 2020

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The small easing of restrictions means at least we get out 2 or three times a week for coffee to garden centres. I have bought quite a lot of plants there to fill up gaps in the garden. otherwise it is thetedious routine of rising, washing, finding new books to read, a pit of watercoloring, […]

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Andrew Everett

June 2020

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At last some slight movement on liberty. I have been working on completing the 5 books I have at different stages of completion. one on Giacomo Meyerbeer 1791-1864, which I have been working on since 1970 and have had some chapters published, but it has been over taken – my fault- by Robert Letellier. I […]

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May 2020

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I contacted out local undertakers to see whether I could have david’s body brought from Darlington Nursing ome for cremation in Durham. Helpful as usual, they agreed and tha date was arranged 4 May. I contacted Hostile Chaplain in N Durham Hosptial and he agreed to perform a service. this took place with simplicity. The […]

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