NEWMAN ON LIBERALISM & ITS LIBERALLY EDUCATED DISCONTENTS
Through the joys and perils of liberal learning we must ever recollect that only faith seeking understanding properly disposes the intellect toward conformity to Christ.
Thomism is an integral part of the millennial flow of Western thought and cannot simply be consigned to the dustbin of misguided and superseded systems of philosophy.
Warren R. Johnson
THE SEEN & THE UNSEEN
Robert A. O'Donnell
One particularly scurrilous urban legend of the day involves Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman and the particularities of his burial.
GOTTA SERVE SOMEBODY
BAD PRESS AS AN ARGUMENT FOR THE CHURCH
Chene Richard Heady
TEN POINTS TO REMEMBER
LOISY & NEWMAN
David J. Harrison
'ONLY ONE CHOICE: TO FIGHT'
Anne Barbeau Gardiner
Review of Discourses Addressed to Mixed Congregations by John Henry Newman
A CHAPTER IN THE ILLUSION OF REUNITING CANTERBURY WITH ROME
Stanley L. Jaki
Keep in mind St. Paul’s dire warning that heresies would of necessity come so that the genuine faith of the elect may come to light all the more strongly.
John Henry Newman and Friedrich Nietzsche had something in common.
Men must approach the propagation of truth by seeing it as the Gospel sees it: war between the children of light and the children of darkness.
THE WHORE OF BABYLON, THE RAPTURE & THE END TIMES
W. Robert Aufill
Catholic minds left uninstructed by dissenting catechizers are offered sharp lessons by zealots such as Hunt.
J. A. Gray
Mankind exhibits a passion for knowledge and freedom, and an inveterate tendency to be seduced by counterfeits of knowledge and freedom.
LETTER FROM ENGLAND
John Warwick Montgomery
Newman was a good man before he became a Roman Catholic; his goodness motivated his conversion, and the conversion inspirited his goodness.
ACTIVATING THE LAITY
Newman challenged laymen to sanctify the world and the Church; he challenged clergy to co-operate with and utilize lay energy and wisdom.
ON THE CONNECTION BETWEEN TRUSTING IN RICHES & HAVING THEM
John Henry Newman
That our Lord meant to speak of riches as being in some sense a calamity to the Christian is plain from His praises and recommendation of poverty.
Paul van K. Thomson
The Church uses theological disputes to teach her doctrine, for controversy raises fundamental issues and exposes what is antecedent and common to all the points of view.
- Karl Keating