Cardinal Newman

  1. 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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  • By beatifying him, Pope Benedict is holding up to the whole Church the life and teachings of Cardinal Newman as a sure guide for us to follow, and as an inspiration for the Church today. " Te Deum Laudamus "
  • Of course, given that the NLM is a liturgical site, and given that Cardinal Newman was not only a profound writer and orator but also a priest, a Cardinal, an Oratorian and quite simply a Catholic, the liturgy too would have a great place and importance within his life. Cardinal Newman at Birmingham: Liturgical Items (Part 3 of 3)
  • Cardinal Newman's axiom, "It is never worth while to call whity-brown white, for the sake of avoiding scandal"; and Father Faber's own felicitous comment on religious "hedgers," "A moderation which consists in taking immoderate liberties with God is hardly what the Americans and Others
  • Each of the traditional mysteries of joy, sorrow and glory are introduced with readings from the writings of Cardinal Newman and Father Werenfried, while the organ music and plainsong interludes, reverentially sung by the Oxford Oratory Schola, reflect the appropriate moods of the mysteries and give a musical uplift to the prayer. The Holy Rosary with the Schola of the Oxford Oratory and Meditations by J.H. Newman
  • On EWTN, a programme recently appeared in relation to the forthcoming beatification of John Henry Cardinal Newman, which was a conversation with Fr. Paul Chavasse, provost of the Birmingham Oratory and postulator of the cause. Fr. Paul Chavasse on the Beatification of Cardinal Newman and a Solemn Te Deum
  • Chesterton was really saying by a comparison with the "illative sense" of Cardinal Newman. Gilbert Keith Chesterton
  • Cardinal Newman was not ashamed to talk of "chucking" a thing off, or getting into a "scrape. Matthew Arnold
  • But the home of his London followers, established in the last century by the great Cardinal Newman, has a dull, quotidian atmosphere; it is a place of quiet footsteps and mumbled greetings.
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