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Topic: John Henry Newman

Once Blessed John Henry Newman had put his hand to the plough, there was no turning back from his journey towards Truth

We should accept the teachings of the Church, even if we risk sounding old-fashioned

At 85, Pope Benedict is more inspiring than ever

Seven years after his election, he continues to show great trust and humility

Anglican cathedral hosts a Dream performance

Blessed John Henry Newman’s sublime poem The Dream of Gerontius, set to music by Sir Edward Elgar, was performed in Worcester Cathedral

Here comes Lent again: but what, oh what, shall I give up?

Newman says that ‘the very notion of being religious implies self-denial’: true, maybe, but not easy

Pope’s visit gave us ‘new confidence’, say bishops

Bishops of England and Wales say the papal visit gave them confidence and strengthened their identity as Catholics

Harrow parishioners enjoy trip to Birmingham

Pilgrims from Harrow on the Hill in north London were delighted to make the journey to Cofton Park for the beatification of John Henry Newman

Ade Olopade, sacristan, holds the Pope’s Missal

The beatification of John Henry Newman had special meaning for staff and pupils of the Oratory School and Oratory Prep School

Who next, now that Newman has been raised to our altars? It can surely only be G K Chesterton

He was nothing like our traditional idea of what a saint is like: but his time has come

Benedict XVI exposed the heart of the Catholic faith

We owe him our deepest gratitude. His visit was as great a success as that of John Paul II in 1982

Newman reached out to the most needy

The 25th Sunday of the Year: Am 8:4-7; Ps 115; 1 Tm 2:1-8; Lk 16:1-13