This final part of my short essay argues that recent scholarship supports Newman's reading of the evidence - and Catholic tradition.
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Leo the Great
In this third section, an examination of Pope St Leo's objections to Canon 28 of the Council of Chalcedon is made.
In this second part, an attempt is made to explain what St Leo the Great understood when it was said that Peter 'spoke through' him.
Thus far, the blog has confined itself to Newman's own writings. Here I offer the first of a short series which updates our understanding of Pope St Leo's role in the formulation of the Petrine claims. They will, I hope, help to fix what Newman meant by the developing understanding of doctrine.