A Lenten Journey through Newman's Sermons

"So I do not run aimlessly, nor do I box as though beating the air; but I punish my body and enslave it, so that after preaching to others I myself should not be disqualified" (1 Cor. 9:26–27). Since the earliest years of Church history, Christians have practiced various forms of ascetical discipline for the sake of strengthening their spiritual re...
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2019 Spring Newman Lecture and Symposium

In conjunction with Duquesne University, the National Institute for Newman Studies presents our 2019 Spring Newman Lecture and Symposium. Join us for our annual spring lecture and symposium dedicated to John Henry Newman. This year's spring event commemorates the 150th anniversary of the start of the First Vatican Council. 2019 Spring Lecture ​Time...
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Advent Morning of Recollection

The Great Antiphons, the Heralds of Christmas Join us as we reflect on the great O Antiphons of Advent through the lens of Bl. John Henry Newman's spiritual writings. The popular hymn, "O Come O Come Emmanuel," incorporates the O Antiphons into the verses of the hymn and is sung abundantly in Christian Churches during the season of Advent. Utilizin...
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Fall 2018 Newman Lecture and Workshop

Social Scholarship and Digital Humanities in the 21st Century The higher education environment continues to experience a period of significant global change and disruption driven by multiple factors, the most important of which is the deepening transition to a digital knowledge economy. Established methods of working have evolved and continue to ev...
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