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Topic: Blessed John Henry Newman

Some Catholic ‘traditionalists’ have about the same relationship with the Catholic tradition as the BNP with the English Conservative tradition

Pope Francis is sometimes unnerving. But he is after all the Pope, the Vicar of Christ. To some Catholics who claim to defend orthodox belief that means nothing

Archbishops mourn veteran English Catholic journalist Peter Jennings

Archbishop Vincent Nichols of Westminster says ‘Peter will be sorely missed’

‘A Gift from God’: a stone’s throw from Maryvale, the Ordinariate’s Sisters have now moved into their new convent. Who says prayer doesn’t work?

This is a great day, not simply for the Sisters of the Blessed Virgin Mary and for the Ordinariate, but for the whole English Church

Archbishop hopes Dominic Barberi will be declared a saint

Archbishop Bernard Longley has a strong devotion to the Italian priest who received Blessed John Henry Newman into the Church

Sophie Scholl, executed by the Nazis 70 years ago, shows the human spirit at its finest

Both Sophie and her fellow German Joseph Ratzinger were inspired by Newman’s writings on conscience

The Wantage community was one of the first Anglican religious orders; the conversion of its core members heralds the end of Anglo-Catholicism

The sisters will be received into the Ordinariate; their avoidable expulsion from their convent has been a heavy price to pay

The National Catholic Reporter ‘quotes’ Newman in support of an anti-papal campaign. Why is it that liberals think that Newman was one of them?

Catholics, said Newman, are bound by the Pope’s formal teaching. If you don’t accept that, why do you stay?

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Eamon Duffy talks of ‘the Sovietisation of Catholic intellectual life’ and quotes Newman in defence of Tina Beattie: Newman would disagree

Catholic liberals keep trying to claim Newman as one of themselves, by quoting him out of context: but he was a dedicated scourge of liberalism