John Henry Newman

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English prelate and theologian who (with John Keble and Edward Pusey) founded the Oxford movement

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| John Henry Newman was born in London on February 21, 1801, during the Napoleonic Wars.
Juan Velez es un Newman scholar afincado en Estados Unidos donde, entre otros escritos sobre el converso ingles, ha publicado Passion for Truth: The Life of John Henry Newman (Charlotte NC: Tan Books, 2012, 618 pp.; ver resena de J.
Critique: "Lights in a Dark Town" by Meriol Trevor is the colorful and dramatic about the life of John Henry Newman, who was a famous British priest, preacher and pastor.
Despite their myriad (perhaps even irreconcilable) differences, John Henry Newman's family members were influential presences during his formative years and beyond.
While John Henry Newman clearly balked at liberalism in his early days, that is not the entire story.
John Henry Newman (21 February 1801-11 August 1890 was an important figure in the religious history of England in the 19th century.
*Denotes Blessed John Henry Newman Chapter NJHS Member
In the last chapter, he turns his critical powers against today's hierarchy and has some very useful things to say about the church's mishandling of issues related to women, homosexuality and the sex abuse crisis, among others, while embracing the individual conscience and the work of Cardinal John Henry Newman.
Among the topics are religious authority and the challenges of modernity, freedoms of speech and religion in the Islamic context, John Henry Newman (1801-90), Muhammad 'Abduh (1849-1905), Elisabeth Schussler Fiorenza (1938-), and Tariq Ramadan (1962-).
It is a strange fact of long standing that while today's universities bear little relation to John Henry Newman's educational theory, nevertheless educators of all stripes name his Idea of a University (1873) as a foundational guide to what college should really be about.
JOHN HENRY NEWMAN, when far from home and very ill, wrote a poem, which became the well-known hymn, Lead Kindly Light.
The author has designed this book for those who have little knowledge of, but some interest in, Cardinal--or now, Blessed John Henry Newman. Mr Cornwell argues that one comes closest to Newman in his vast outpouring of letters, sermons, and diary entries.
John Henry Newman, soon to be beatified by Pope Benedict, provides us with another, perhaps more comprehensive, example with the hymn entitled Firmly I Believe and Truly.
These three words sum up my reflections on Sunday's events at Cofton Park, when Pope Benedict came to beatify Cardinal John Henry Newman.