Newman had a special veneration for St John Chrysostom - here he explains why.
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Today is the feast day of St Thomas Becket.
Here Newman notes the antiquity of the devotion shown by Christians to Our Blessed Lady.
Newma's reasons for not remaining an Anglican will be familiar to many converts.
The ancient church operated on a doctrine of reserve, which Newman explains here.
In Tract XC, Newman outlines what authority can validate Christian belief.
Bishop Charles Gore (1853-1932) was one of the most influential Anglican theologians of the early twentieth century. Here he expounds the doctrine of the Real Presence.
This week we shall be looking at the Catholic heritage underlying Newman's career as an Anglican. Writing in 1840. Pusey gave a useful definition of the essentials of what we call Tractarianism.
In this final extract from his sermon at the opening of the London Oratory, Newman outlines why Mission cannot be satisfied by ecumenism.
At the opening of the London Oratory in 1849, Newman preached on the prospects facing the Catholic Missioner.
This, the second extract from Newman's famous 1852 sermon. 'The Second Spring' is a powerful evocation of a sad truth.
In his sermon, The Second Spring, Newman wrote about the fate of the Catholic Church under and after Henry VIII - this is the first of two extracts.
Newman's letter to his old friend shows how he felt.
The Times, as usual wrong when it came to Newman, reported that he had refused the hat.
Bishop Ullathorne sought to cut through the confusion
Newman's response to the news that the Pope intended to make him a Cardinal was not what Rome had expected.
In 1878, Newman's friends petitioned Pope Leo XIII on his behalf, urging that his services were worthy of public recognition.
The nineteenth century was one when the Church in England was at a low ebb, but even then, there was the willingness to scatter the seed and persevere; may we do the same in our times.
As a prologue to a series of posts on Newman and the development of doctrine, a short essay on why this subject is so important at this time.
Our ancestors, inspired by faith, were willing to spend decades in fashioning places of worship worthy of God.