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Topic: Blessed John Henry Newman

Archbishop Longley reminds us of our commitment to ecumenism. But ecumenism today has to be very different from that of the post-Conciliar years

And John Henry Newman, contrary to the supposition of many, was hardly an ecumenist as we understand the word

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Bishops to distribute cards to Catholics declaring their faith

Catholics across England and Wales are being encouraged to carry a ‘faith card’

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Bognor parish chapel honours modern Blesseds

Chapel is dedicated to Cardinal John Henry Newman, Mother Teresa of Calcutta and Pope John Paul II

Newman is brought to Rimini

Rimini conference organised by Communion and Liberation is treated to an exhibition on Blessed John Henry Newman

Newman would have loved our new free school

The cardinal would have understood the need to reform our education system

Liberation theology is dead but not departed; it still occasionally twitches

The problem, says the Pope, is denying the transcendent dimension of man: but some people are still going on about ‘structures of injustice’

Chesterton’s prophetic voice, now increasingly being heard once more, is still relevant to the new age

As a Catholic apologist, Chesterton was Newman’s successor: but his influence extended far beyond the Church

Are Catholic intellectuals losing touch with the mainstream?

If so, this is bad news for the Church