Tag Archives: John Henry Newman

Excerpt from a conference Card. Caffarra was slated to give

At Rorate there is an extract from a text that the late, great – and already deeply missed – Carlo Card. Caffarra would have delivered to a conference in Milan on 10 Sept 2017.
Some time ago, there fell into my … Continue reading

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STATIONS OF THE CROSS – Audio from Fr. Z

Since it is a Friday, the last of Lent, and also a 1st Friday, do please pray the Act of Reparation. Here also are my audio projects of the Way of the Cross.
What we need right now is PRAYER, especially at the … Continue reading

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LENTCAzT 2017 32 – Saturday of the 4th Week of Lent: “Give me chastity, but not yet!”

Today is Saturday of the 4th Week of Lent.  The Roman Station is San Nicola in carcere.
GO TO CONFESSION!
Today Bl. John Henry Newman shoots down Card. Coccopalmerio, big time.
Today, being Saturday, special to Mary, you hear something from Lent at Ephesus … Continue reading

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LENTCAzT 2017 29 – Wednesday of the 4th Week of Lent: To attempt is to do

Today is Wednesday of the 4th Week of Lent.  The Roman Station is the Major Basilica of St. Paul outside the walls.
GO TO CONFESSION!
Today Bl. John Henry Newman helps us with our trials and suffering.
US HERE – UK HERE

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In The Wild – Z-Swag Sighting: “To be deep in history…”

A priest reader alerted me to an article in the Dartmouth alumni magazine about Fr. George Rutler, now pastor of St. Michael’s and the beleaguered Holy Innocents in Manhattan, then pastor, in 2012, of Our Savior.
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NEW WDTPRS MUG – Newman “To be deep in history”

The other day I was having a skype conversation with His Hermeneuticalness himself, Fr. Tim Finigan.  He mentioned Bl. John Henry Newman’s phrase “To be deep in history is to cease to be a Protestant.”
Thinking back on the course of … Continue reading

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The Mail: Every Englishman should be proud of John Henry Newman’s beatification

From The Mail comes this piece about the Bl. John Henry Newman by Conrad Black.
Why today’s beatification of John Henry Newman is something every Englishman should be proud of, by CONRAD BLACK
By Conrad Black
Pope Benedict XVI’S beatification today of Cardinal … Continue reading

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PODCAzT 106: John Henry Newman’s kindly light

In this PODCAzT we will drill into the Collect designated for the Memorial of soon-to-be Blessed John Henry Newman (+1890).
I have as a surprise, a guest appearance by Fr. Timothy Finigan, who will read one of Newman’s famous works.
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“conscience truly so called”

His Hermeneuticalness as a great entry on the proper understanding and function of a person’s conscience in case of possible conflict with the, for example, teaching of a Pope or of the Church.
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Pope Benedict to beatify John Henry Newman in England

Here is some news in the best Catholic weekly in the UK, The Catholic Herald:
Pope Benedict plans to beatify Newman during visit to BritainBy Simon Caldwell
27 November 2009
The Pope is to waive his own rules so he can preside in … Continue reading

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