AN ANGLO-CATHOLIC HEREAFTER
- The Two Worlds of John Henry Newman. O'Donnell, Robert A. // New Oxford Review;Sep2011, Vol. 78 Issue 7, p36
The article features Blessed John Henry Newman in England. It mentions that Pope Benedict XVI declared Newman to be "blessed," a living, and a Christian hero at Birmingham, England on September 19, 2010. It relates that Newman wrote and preached concerning the world in sermon entitled "The...
- Home thoughts from abroad. Rowell, Geoffrey // History Today;Feb91, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p56
Reviews the book `Newman and His Age' by Sheridan Gilley. Studies the life and times of John Henry Newman, Cardinal and Oratorian priest, in 19th-century England.
- A Pious Fiction. LARSEN, TIMOTHY; GILLEY, SHERIDAN // Books & Culture (10828931);Jul/Aug2016, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p37
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- "O UNFORGOTTEN VOICE": THE MEMORY OF NEWMAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Delaura, David J. // Renascence;Fall90/Winter91, Vol. 43 Issue 1/2, p81
Focuses on the nineteenth century Anglican priest John Henry Newman. Newman's sermons; `Tracts of the Times'; Influence on young people at the time; Anecdotes; Conversion to Catholicism.
- Newman, a preacher for advent. Torrens, J.S. // America;12/8/1990, Vol. 163 Issue 18, p445
Profiles Anglican vicar John Henry Newman and his four sermons for the Sundays of Advent published 150 years ago in `Volume Five, Parochial and Plain Sermons.' Delivered the classic sermon, whose most persistent topic was to be a Christian.
- Newman's middle way. Strange, Roderick // Pastoral Review;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p4
The article explores the life of John Henry Newman who began his career as an Anglican churchman and scholar and ended it as a Roman Catholic cardinal. It notes that Newman has portrayed the Church of England as the via media, the middle ground between Roman Catholicism's unfounded claim to...
- THIS MONTH in history. // Reform Magazine;Jun2015, p7
The article offers information on British history including the introduction of the Elizabethan Book of Common Prayer into English parish churches on June 24, 1559, and a libel case filed against theologian John Henry Newman who converted to Catholicism.
- Leo XIII and Anglican orders. Mahoney, Leonard // America;9/14/1946, Vol. 75 Issue 24, p581
The article features Leo XIII, who has been petitioned by the pro-Roman leaders of the Anglo-Catholic movement after John Henry Newman's conversion to the Catholic Church. The petition is for an investigation of the validity of their arrangements which was supported by famous Catholic priests....
- Newman's Liberal Problem. Oakes, Edward T. // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr2003, Issue 132, p43
Discusses the ideas of High Church Tractarians leader John Henry Newman on religious liberalism. Reference to the book 'John Henry Newman: The Challenge to Evangelical Religion,' by Frank Turner; Newman's resistance to liberalism; Opposition to the exclusive reliance on the Bible.