John Henry Newman

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Noun1.John Henry Newman - English prelate and theologian who (with John Keble and Edward Pusey) founded the Oxford movementJohn Henry Newman - English prelate and theologian who (with John Keble and Edward Pusey) founded the Oxford movement; Newman later turned to Roman Catholicism and became a cardinal (1801-1890)
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"You think it proves the truth of Roman Catholicism that John Henry Newman wrote good English and that Cardinal Manning has a picturesque appearance?"
The most important figure in this movement, who connects it definitely with literature, was John Henry Newman (1801-90), author of the hymn 'Lead, Kindly Light,' a man of winning personality and great literary skill.
"John Henry Newman is known for many great qualities, but we remember him particularly for the kindness and compassion of his ministry to the people of Birmingham.
Cardinal John Henry Newman will be canonised by Pope Francis in Rome in the autumn, following a 60-year campaign.
University College Dublin rector Cardinal John Henry Newman will be canonised following approval from Pope Francis yesterday.
He covers the issue of hope as the starting point, the Bible's challenge to human wisdom, Thomas Aquinas on the word embodied in Christ, John Henry Newman: an apology for Christianity, Bernard Lonergan: human intentionality and faith, three structuring dynamisms, confirming the tripartite structure, and a pastoral conclusion.
La figura de John Henry Newman sigue siendo hoy un punto de referencia para el pensamiento cristiano en general y catolico en particular.
John Henry Newman, who is running a disused gin-palace as a chapel in one of the worst areas, attempting to bring help to the poor factory workers and the light of truth to citizens blinded by suspicion and bigotry.
Which choral work by Elgar is based on a poem by John Henry Newman? 6.
A good beginning to understanding sensus fidelium is not with a convention of present-day theologians (NCR, July 3-16), but go back to Cardinal John Henry Newman, who coined the word in the first place.