John Henry Newman is one of the most significant and enigmatic figures of the nineteenth century, renowned for his original mind, the beauty of his writing, and for his profound
Saint John Henry Newman
The Idea of the Church in Newman’s Tamworth Reading Room
Many may wonder why Newman was beatified, what was it that made him holy? The authors indicate an answer to this question. His was not a life of extraordinary signs and wonder
When in 1858 Newman was retiring from the Catholic University in Dublin, friends approached him when confronted with the problem of where to educate their sons and he became the
When the Catholic hierarchy in England was restored in 1850, Dr Newman preached at the installation of the first Bishop of Birmingham. This is what he said.
Words of Consolation from John Henry Newman
Cardinal John Henry Newman's renowned poem describes the death of an old man and the journey of his soul to the judgment seat of God.
Introduced and edited by James Tolhurst.
John Henry Newman’s Essays Critical and Historical are articles he originally wrote between 1829 and 1846 and later collected together and republished in 1871.
This is the second volume in which John Henry Newman collected together articles which he had written as an Anglican during the Oxford Movement and revised and republished as a
John Henry Newman and his Female Circle
Over the years, the brilliant and often voluminous scholarly writings of Bl. John Henry Newman (1801-1890), have drawn into the Church thousands more converts after him.
Ten Religious Explorers from Newman to Joseph Ratzinger
Heart to Heart: A Cardinal Newman Prayer Book is a comprehensive gathering of the luminous prayers of Bld John Henry Newman.
Italian Influences on an English Mind
Eminent Victorian, academic and thinker, Anglican clergyman and celebrated convert, caring pastor and writer, Catholic priest, and Cardinal - these are some of the signposts alo
A Selection of Texts
‘In another world it is otherwise, but here below to live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often.’ From An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctr
In another world it is otherwise, but here below to live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often. From An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrin
As the sanctity of John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801–1890) finally receives formal recognition by the Church, there is ever more interest in this very English of priests.
This book is a culmination of Father Zeno's life work.
The life of Cardinal John Henry Newman has been an inspiration to many.
Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801-1890) was one of the most eminent and controversial figures of the nineteenth century.
These meditations and devotions have been selected by Ian Ker from the collection gathered together and published after Newman’s death by his secretary and friend William Nevill
John Henry Newman (1801-1890), a convert from Anglicanism, is considered to be the most seminal of modern Catholic theologians.
John Henry Newman was the greatest of all the Englsih churchmen of the last two hundered years.
The Life and Message of John Henry Newman
This is a colorful and dramatic story for youth about the life of John Henry Newman, famous British priest, preacher and pastor.
In this rich anthology of Newman's writing on Mary, we are invited to join in the spiritual journey and personal devotion of perhaps the greatest churchman of the last two hundr
Newman’s Meditations and Devotions was first published in 1893, three years after his death.
Most Catholics who know anything at all about Newman are familiar with his journey from Anglicanism to Rome.
John Henry Newman was one of the most fasinating and important figures of the nineteenth century.
In Newman and History, Edward Short shows how important history was to all aspects of the life and work of Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman.
Fr Bernard Basset SJ describes, in a fascinating manner, how John Henry Newman entered into the life of a neglected and poor hamlet three miles from Oxford, how he changed the p
The second edition of Newman’s Oratory Papers (1846-78), being his Chapter addresses and other writings on the purpose and characteristics of Oratorian life.
Presenting aspects of the life of Cardinal Newman and letting him speak to us in his own words.
Newman's Approach to Knowledge is the fruit of several years of patient research.
In this new and up-to-date biography, the renowned Newman scholar Fr Ian Ker sets out the amazing life of John Henry Newman from his formative Anglican years, following his path
An Intellectual & Spiritual Biography of John Henry Newman
Strange looks at the model of holiness Newman offers us to us all, on the occasion of his canonisation, a moment the Church recognises officially that Newman offers a model of h
The strong and continuing interest in John Henry Newman, particularly following his beatification by Pope Benedict XVI on his visit to Britain in 2010, brought the thought that
All eight volumes of Newman's famous sermons are brought together in this edition that is beautifully printed and bound on Bible paper with a hardcover and red ribbon.
The Life of John Henry Newman
Thanks to the skill of Father Nicholas Gregoris, the publication in English translation of Giovanni Velocci's important work Prayer in Newman will bring before a wider audience
When thinking of Saint John Henry Newman, many associations come to mind: scholar, writer, intellectual. But rarely do we associate “mystic” with this new saint.
A beautifully printed, Bible paper volume of Newman's most profound devotional writings.
A Definitive Guide to His Central Thoughts and Ideas
Newman's Own Selection of His Sermons
John Henry Newman’s life was dominated by a commitment to the truth.
Among the various texts that have been used for the Stations of the Cross, John Henry Newman’s words stand out as one of the most enduing. The depth of his penetration of the r
"Newman provides a model for so many different kinds of Catholics. He did what love required." -- Scott Hahn
John Henry Newman's controversial The Church of the Fathers is published here for the first time in more than a century.
This new edition of a classic anthology of the writings and sermons of the great John Henry Newman is a rare treasure house of Newman’s thought and inspiration.
James Pereiro proves convincingly that the Oxford Movement and the theory of development of doctrine cannot be properly understood without a contextual analysis of the Movement’
The Aesthetic of St John Henry Newman
Blessed John Henry Newman was one of the most beloved and well-known preachers of his time.