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2019 NINS Symposium: Newman and Holiness

Reflecting upon John Henry Newman's legacy in light of his canonization

Announcement of Newman's Canonization

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Pittsburgh institute expects rise in Newman interest, visits after sainthood

Pittsburgh institute expects rise in Newman interest, visits after sainthood

The Catholic Church’s newest saint may soon be attracting people to Pittsburgh. Cardinal John Henry Newman, an Anglican churchman who converted to Catholicism in 1845, will be canonized in Rome on Sunday....

Newly released letters show Newman’s role as pastor and evangelist

Newly released letters show Newman’s role as pastor and evangelist

Thousands of documents relating to England’s 19th-century convert-cardinal, Blessed John Henry Newman, are being released ahead of his October 13 canonization, highlighting his role as a pastor and evangelist, said Church experts...

How John Henry Newman’s Writing Fought the Nazis

How John Henry Newman’s Writing Fought the Nazis

What do a 19th-century Catholic convert and 20th-century college student have in common? A lot, if their names are Newman and Scholl — for Sophie Scholl, the young German woman who 76 years ago lost her life resisting the Nazis, was influenced by the writings and witness of soon-to-be St. John Henry Newman.

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