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  • Catholic officials to investigate claims of second Newman miracle

    09/15/2010 11:49:09 AM PDT · by NYer · 16 replies
    cns ^ | September 14, 2010 | Simon Caldwell
    LONDON (CNS) -- Catholic officials are investigating claims that a severely deformed baby was born in a perfectly normal condition after the child's mother prayed to Cardinal John Henry Newman for a miracle. Andrea Ambrosi, the Vatican lawyer in charge of Cardinal Newman's cause for canonization, has revealed in a BBC program to be broadcast Sept. 18 that he hopes the inexplicable healing may be the miracle needed to canonize Cardinal Newman as Britain's next saint. Pope Benedict XVI will beatify Cardinal Newman at a huge open-air Mass in Birmingham's Cofton Park Sept. 19, the last day of his four-day...
  • Deacon Cured Through Intervention of Cardinal Newman Preaches at Westminster Cathedral

    11/11/2009 5:35:39 AM PST · by marshmallow · 197+ views
    London, England, Nov 10, 2009 / 12:09 am (CNA).- Deacon Jack Sullivan, whose cure from crippling back pain advanced the beatification of Servant of God John Henry Cardinal Newman, preached from the pulpit of Westminster Cathedral on the Feast of St. John Lateran. He talked about his miraculous cure and praised Cardinal Newman’s spiritual insights and “extraordinary” foresight. Deacon Sullivan, a permanent deacon from the Archdiocese of Boston, discussed the Basilica of St. John Lateran’s history and described it as “a magnificent sign of victory” for the countless Christian martyrs in the early centuries of the Church. “The basilica now...
  • Cardinal Newman 'to become saint very soon'

    01/09/2008 1:39:12 PM PST · by NYer · 7 replies · 125+ views
    Telegraph ^ | January 9, 2008 | Jonathan Petre
    Cardinal Newman, the Anglican cleric whose conversion to Roman Catholicism scandalised Victorian Britain, appeared closer to sainthood today after his case was backed by a senior Vatican official.   Cardinal Newman The head of the Vatican department that examines the causes of saints said that he would like the Cardinal's beatification - the step before canonisation - to take place very soon. His comments suggest that the Vatican is close to attributing a miracle to Cardinal Newman, which means that the 19th century cleric could be beatified before the end of the year. The controversial theologian and writer of the...
  • Beatification of Cardinal Newman: Pope's homily [Full Text]

    09/19/2010 4:28:47 PM PDT · by NYer · 4 replies
    Vatican ^ | September 19, 2010
    Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,This day that has brought us together here in Birmingham is a most auspicious one. In the first place, it is the Lord’s day, Sunday, the day when our Lord Jesus Christ rose from the dead and changed the course of human history for ever, offering new life and hope to all who live in darkness and in the shadow of death. That is why Christians all over the world come together on this day to give praise and thanks to God for the great marvels he has worked for us. This particular Sunday...
  • Cardinal Newman: The Victorian Celebrity Intellectual Who Brought Benedict to Britain

    09/13/2010 7:09:07 AM PDT · by marshmallow · 31 replies
    The Daily Telegraph (UK) ^ | Christopher Howse
    In converting to Catholicism Cardinal Newman lost friends and courted controversy, but the strength of his conscience has roused the passion of the Pope, says, Christopher Howse.The Pope, though invited by the Queen, is coming to Britain with the keen purpose of beatifying John Henry Newman. It will be a treat for him. He has been a fan for 65 years, since his days at seminary. “Newman was not a topic like any other,” the 95-year-old Alfred Läpple, Joseph Ratzinger’s former prefect of studies, remembers of those years. “He was our passion.” Newman much resembles the Pope’s big hero, St...
  • (Cardinal) Newman on Rites and Ceremonies

    11/15/2009 1:29:36 PM PST · by NYer · 3 replies · 268+ views
    New Liturgical Movement ^ | November 15, 2009 | SHAWN TRIBE
    On the site of the Cause for John Henry Newman, they draw attention in their "Thought for the Day" for November 14th to Newman's 1831 sermon (given while yet an Anglican), "Ceremonies of the Church" -- later published in his Parochial and Plain Sermons. While it was indeed written within his Anglican period, and thus contains some thoughts which are formed by that specific context, the sermon certainly contains much of broader relevance and is filled with many pertinent insights. The entire sermon may be read here, but here are some substantial excerpts -- which also attempt to keep as...
  • [Blessed] John Henry Newman and Music

    10/09/2010 10:37:15 AM PDT · by Salvation · 6 replies · 2+ views
    Adoremus Online Bulletin/Vol. XV, No. 8 ^ | November 2009 | Susan Treacy
    Online Edition:November 2009Vol. XV, No. 8John Henry Newman and Music by Susan Treacy With the announcement on July 3, 2009, that the Holy See has approved for beatification the Venerable John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801-1890) the enduring interest in the English convert has blossomed anew. Cardinal Newman’s eloquence as a preacher and as a writer is well known; less well known is his gift for and appreciation of music. Throughout his long life, Newman approached music as a performing musician (violinist and chamber music), composer, and writer on music.Newman’s love for music was probably encouraged by his father. John...
  • Fighting For The Real Cardinal Newman

    06/08/2010 7:30:19 PM PDT · by marshmallow · 2 replies · 22+ views
    Catholic and Lovinf It ^ | 6/7/10 | James Preece
    Ever played capture the flag? It's a great game. Two teams attempt to capture the opposing team's flag while trying not to lose their own. There's a lot of running, dodging and sneaking. If you play too defensively then you have no chance of catching the other team's flag, but if you all go running after the other team's flag then you will probably lose your own. The key to winning is good teamwork, strategy, a bit of misdirection and somebody who can run really fast. The Catholic Church in England and Wales is currently engaged in an international game...
  • Cardinal Newman and Oscott College

    09/18/2010 8:06:49 PM PDT · by Salvation · 2 replies
    ThePapalVisit.org ^ | 09-19-10 | ThePapalVisit.org
    Cardinal Newman and Oscott College Newman and Oscott College John Henry Newman made his first visit to Oscott College within days of his reception into full communion with the Catholic Church in 1845. He, along with several companions from Littlemore, received the Sacrament of Confirmation from Bishop Nicholas Wiseman in the College chapel on the 1st of November that year. Wiseman, then Rector of Oscott, welcomed Newman and the other converts from the Church of England warmly, having been eagerly anticipating their reception into the Catholic Church. He offered the old Oscott College to Newman and his companions as a...
  • Cardinal Newman: Doctor of the Church? [Catholic Caucus]

    09/26/2010 7:09:13 PM PDT · by Salvation · 20 replies
    Zenit.org ^ | September 23, 2010 | Father Keith Beaumont [With the contribution of Anita S. Bourdin]
    Cardinal Newman: Doctor of the Church? Biographer Says Beatification Was Just 1st Step ROME, SEPT. 23, 2010 (Zenit.org).- Benedict XVI called Blessed John Henry Newman a figure of a doctor of the Church. The newly beatified Englishman's biographer affirmed that an official declaration in this regard could take place soon.ZENIT spoke with Father Keith Beaumont, Australian priest of the Oratory of France, who said, "On this subject I received a confidence about which I cannot be explicit; but it seems that, in Newman's case, his canonization and declaration as a doctor could take place in a very short time."The priest,...
  • The Birmingham Oratory [founded by John Henry Cardinal Newman]

    09/18/2010 8:29:23 PM PDT · by Salvation · 10 replies
    ThePapalVisit.org ^ | 09-19-10 | ThePapalVisit.org
    The Birmingham Oratory People often ask why John Henry Newman founded an Oratory. Why didn’t he become an ordinary parish priest or join a religious order like the Jesuits? Like many questions, it has more than one answer.Heart Speaks to Heart – A Vocation to Friendship Newman’s journey into the Catholic Church was not a solitary one. As an Anglican clergyman and as a University teacher at Oxford, he made many friends and influenced lots of people. Some of these wanted to remain close to him and to work with him. While they were still in the Church of England,...
  • Radio Replies Second Volume - Conversion of Cardinal Newman

    01/05/2014 10:12:20 AM PST · by GonzoII · 6 replies
    Catholic Apologetics Online ^ | 1940 | Fathers Rumble & Carty
    Conversion of Cardinal Newman 1391. Did not Cardinal Newman lose faith in the Catholic Church before he died? No. During his own lifetime the rumor was published by the "Globe" newspaper that he had been disillusioned by Catholicism, and was going to return to the Church of England. Newman at once had his denial published in the same paper. He wrote saying, "I have not had one moment's wavering of trust in the Catholic Church ever since I was received into her fold. I have no intention, and never have had any intention, of leaving the Catholic Church and becoming...
  • Catholic Caucus: Desales [U] college denies petition for homosexual club

    08/09/2012 12:30:18 PM PDT · by topher · 3 replies
    LifeSiteNews.com ^ | August 9, 2012 | cardinal newman society
    CENTER VALLEY, Pennsylvania, August 9, 2012 (CardinalNewmanSociety.org) - An online petition circulated by an alumnus aims to push DeSales University, a faithful Catholic college, to reconsider the decision to not allow a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender student-run organization on campus. The petition has led to a strong response from the university. DeSales alumnus Tim Gallagher reportedly posted a petition on Change.org in response to repeated denials by university officials to allow an LGBT student group on campus. The petition has garnered only 383 signatures at the time of publication, not all of whom are students or graduates of the...
  • Catholic college cancels pro-abortion speaker

    09/27/2011 9:09:08 AM PDT · by ReformationFan · 8 replies
    LifeSite News ^ | Sept. 26, 2011 | Christine Dhanagom
    ORETTO, PA, September 26, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A Catholic University in Pennsylvania has cancelled a scheduled appearance by prominent feminist journalist Ellen Goodman after the Cardinal Newman Society (CNS) drew attention to the conflict between Goodman’s work and Catholic Church teaching on key issues. The Catholic watchdog group reported in a blog entry that Goodman was scheduled to speak October 12th at St. Francis University in Loretto on the topic of civility in public discourse. The lecture was part of the school’s annual Furlong Lecture Series. The blog entry detailed the history of Goodman’s outspoken support for abortion, including opposing...
  • Worcester's Deacon Sullivan shares healing story

    12/06/2010 6:26:06 PM PST · by bd476 · 1 replies
    Catholic News Agency ^ | December 5, 2010 | By Margaret M. Russell
    Worcester's Deacon Sullivan shares healing story Worcester, Mass., Dec 5, 2010 / 01:08 pm (CNA). - St. Paul Society dinner-goers in Worcester, Mass. got a bit closer to Blessed John Henry Newman last month. Not only were the 90 people blessed by the diocese's Bishop Robert J. McManus using a relic of Cardinal Newman, but they were blessed by the presence of Deacon Jack Sullivan whose healing led to Cardinal Newman’s beatification this past September. Msgr. Thomas J. Sullivan, chancellor and director of the Office of Stewardship and Development, introduced Deacon Sullivan, recalling that the last time they were...
  • Commemorative Stamps Celebrate Pope's UK Visit And Newman Beatification [Catholic Caucus]

    09/01/2010 2:42:51 PM PDT · by Salvation
    EWTN.com ^ | september 2010 | EWTN.com
    -September-2010 -- Catholic News Agency   Commemorative Stamps Celebrate Pope's UK Visit And Newman Beatification LONDON, ENGLAND, August 31 (CNA/EWTN News) - The post office of the Isle of Man, a small independently-governed island near the U.K., issued a set of commemorative stamps this month honoring Venerable John Henry Cardinal Newman, along with Pope Benedict XVI. The Pope will officially beatify the English cardinal at the end of his visit to England and Scotland from September 16 to 19. The stamps were part of a miniature sheet issued on August 11, the 120th anniversary of Cardinal Newman's death. Since...
  • Cardinal Newman's Legacy is at Brompton where there's Trouble

    05/26/2010 8:48:02 AM PDT · by 0beron · 88+ views
    The Eponymous Flower ^ | 05/25/2010 | Tancred
    The following opion piece by Gary P., involves an adult subject matter and may not be suitable for all readers. You know, I really have better things to do than deal with this nimrod, but this guy, Dave Weigel over at the Washington Post makes me sick. The fact that he bills himself as a “Conservative Republican Insider” makes me want to both laugh, and throw things at the same time. No doubt, by now you know Sarah Palin has a stalker, an unhinged, and increasingly believed dangerous, deranged stalker: Joe McGinniss. Sarah, herself, wrote about the fact this Grade...
  • Pope Benedict Clears Way For Cardinal John Newman To Become First English Saint In 40 Years

    07/03/2009 5:04:32 PM PDT · by Steelfish · 79 replies · 2,113+ views
    Daily Mail (UK) ^ | July 03rd 2009
    Pope Benedict clears way for Cardinal John Newman to become first English saint in 40 years By SIMON CALDWELL 03rd July 2009 Cardinal Newman, pictured in his study chapel at the Birmingham Oratory in 1889, will be given the title 'Blessed' Cardinal Newman, the Anglican vicar who shocked Victorian Britain by converting to Roman Catholicism, is a step closer to becoming the first English saint for 40 years. Pope Benedict XVI yesterday announced the beatification of John Henry Newman, meaning he will be given the title 'Blessed'. It follows the recognition by the Vatican of the healing of an American...
  • Pope Benedict clears way for Cardinal John Newman to become first English saint in 40 years

    07/03/2009 8:10:11 AM PDT · by C19fan · 25 replies · 528+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | July 3, 2009 | Simon Caldwell
    Pope Benedict XVI today announced the beatification of Cardinal John Henry Newman. The declaration means that the Anglican vicar, who shocked Victorian England by converting to Catholicism, will be given the title 'Blessed'. It also puts Newman just one stage away from becoming the first English saint in about 40 years.
  • Notre Dame V. Catholics

    05/01/2009 10:26:56 AM PDT · by bs9021 · 1 replies · 321+ views
    Campus Report ^ | May 1, 2009 | Malcolm A. Kline
    Notre Dame v. Catholics by: Malcolm A. Kline, May 01, 2009 The efforts of Catholic Notre Dame to bring pro-choice President Barack Obama to its campus have generated a tremendous blowback. “This morning the first 300,000 names of individuals who signed the petition at NotreDameScandal.com—opposing the University of Notre Dame’s decision to honor President Barack Obama at this year’s commencement—began to be delivered to Notre Dame president Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., the Board of Trustees and the Board of Fellows as they prepare for scheduled meetings on Friday, May 1, at Notre Dame,” the Cardinal Newman Society reported on...
  • Cardinal John Newman poised for beatification after ruling

    04/26/2009 3:36:05 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 29 replies · 588+ views
    www.telegraph.co ^ | 24 Apr 2009 | Simon Caldwell
    A panel of theological consultors agreed unanimously that the inexplicable healing of an American man who was "bent double" by a severe spinal disorder came as a result of praying to Newman for a miracle, according to sources. Their decision was the final hurdle before Pope Benedict XVI can declare him "Blessed". snip... A panel of medical experts had earlier concluded there was no scientific explanation for the healing.
  • Catholic academic ayatollah shows true colors

    03/25/2009 8:59:53 AM PDT · by Pyro7480 · 27 replies · 900+ views
    National Catholic Reporter ^ | 3/23/2009 | Joe Feuerherd
    Catholic academic ayatollah shows true colorsCardinal Newman Society uses McCarthyite tactics to promote a fundamentalist agendaFour years ago I put a theoretical question to Patrick Reilly, president of the Virginia-based Cardinal Newman Society and self-appointed ayatollah to Catholic academia in this country. Reilly is back in the news today because President Obama will deliver the commencement address at the University of Notre Dame in May. The overseer of false orthodoxy doesn’t like that one bit.... Founded in 1993 by the Fordham-educated Reilly, the Society claims it is dedicated to strengthening Catholic identity at America’s Catholic colleges and universities. In reality,...
  • Ayers Protests (Brant Ward/The Chronicle) Joins Other Groups Objecting To Appearance

    02/02/2009 11:52:23 AM PST · by William Tell 2 · 2 replies · 524+ views
    The Bulletin ^ | February 02, 2009 | Michael P. Tremoglie
    Cardinal Newman Society Joins Melanie Morgan and Other Groups Objecting To Appearance Keep shining the light on these people and their network of supporters and presidential friends. http://www.thebulletin.us/articles/2009/02/02/news/nation/doc4986f5bbeb34e628595834.txt
  • Cardinal John Henry Newman Faithfully Celibate

    09/05/2008 11:01:59 AM PDT · by Publius804 · 3 replies · 168+ views
    www.zenit.org ^ | 9-4-2008 | N/A
    ZE08090404 - 2008-09-04 Oxford Professor Responds to Media Rumors LONDON, SEPT. 4, 2008 (Zenit.org).- Here is an article by Ian Ker, an Oxford University professor, regarding rumors circulating in the British press about Cardinal John Henry Newman. The article by the Newman scholar appeared Sept. 3 in L'Osservatore Romano. * * * The exhumation of Venerable John Henry Newman's body from his grave has led to calls in particular from the homosexual lobby that he should not be separated from his great friend and collaborator Father Ambrose St. John, in whose grave Newman is buried in accordance with his own...
  • The man who could be England's first saint since the Reformation

    10/19/2005 9:09:14 AM PDT · by murphE · 12 replies · 417+ views
    Timesonline ^ | 10/19/05 | Richard Owen
    The man who could be England's first saint since the Reformation From Richard Owen in Rome Cardinal Newman (1801-90) by Sir John Everett Millais. A deacon in Boston claims that prayers to him brought a miracle cure (THE BRIDGEMAN ART LIBRARY) THE Vatican is preparing to give England its first post- Reformation saint by putting Cardinal Newman — the 19th-century priest whose conversion from Anglicanism to Roman Catholicism shocked Victorian England — on the road to canonisation, thanks to a long-awaited miracle. Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, the Archbishop of Westminster, who is in Rome attending a Synod of Bishops, said that...
  • Pro-Abortion Jesuit Priest Drinan to Speak at Villanova

    09/19/2004 12:47:15 PM PDT · by Arthur McGowan · 70 replies · 1,644+ views
    Announcement | September 19, 2004 | Arthur McGowan
    Pro-abortion Jesuit priest Robert Drinan is scheduled to speak at Villanova University, Tuesday, September 21, 2004. Contact: Rev. Edmund Dobbin, OSA President Tolentine Hall Villanova University 800 Lancaster Avenue Villanova, PA 19085 610-519-4511 edmund.dobbin@villanova.edu Dr. Barbara Wall Office of Mission Effectiveness Villanova University 800 Lancaster Avenue Villanova, PA 19085 610-519-5431 barbara.wall@villanova.edu
  • Catholic Higher Education Alert -- 5/7/04

    05/07/2004 7:47:31 PM PDT · by Coleus · 27 replies · 3,247+ views
    05.07.04
    -  Boston College Law School (Newton, MA): Walter Dellinger, commencement speaker, May 24.  Dellinger is a law professor at the Duke University School of Law and formerly served as U.S. Assistant Attorney General and Acting Attorney General in the Clinton Administration.  Dellinger has been closely associated with NARAL Pro-Choice America and chaired NARAL's 1992 commission to defend Roe v. Wade.  He served as counselor to President Bill Clinton on constitutional issues, drafting five executive orders that nullified President George H.W. Bush's pro-life policies on Clinton's third day in office. CONTACT: Rev. William Leahy, S.J., President, Boston College, 18 Old Colony...
  • KENNEDY BREED ALERT: Group to protest Townsend as speaker at graduation over abortion-rights view

    06/12/2003 3:51:04 AM PDT · by Liz · 14 replies · 374+ views
    The Baltimore Sun ^ | 6/11/03 | Staff
    Protesters who say Kathleen Kennedy Townsend is a poor role model for Catholic women because of her pro-choice views are planning a rally today outside graduation ceremonies at an all-girls Catholic school in Bethesda where the former lieutenant governor is scheduled to speak. Townsend, the failed Democratic candidate for governor last year, attended the Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart until her sophomore year, and with her background in public service and education seemed a perfect choice to address the 83 graduates, said school spokeswoman Helen Drury Macsherry. --SNIP-- Copyright © 2003, The Baltimore Sun
  • Catholic Colleges Honor Those who Condone: Abortion, Homosexuality and Cloning

    07/08/2002 3:30:56 PM PDT · by Coleus · 35 replies · 838+ views
    Cardinal Newman Society and E-mail from Fr. Peter West ^ | 7.08.02 | Patrick Riley & Fr. Peter West
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Patrick Reilly, PresidentCardinal Newman Society (703) 536-9585 Patrick ReilleCatholic Colleges Invite 'Scandalous' Commencement Speakers, Awardees FALLS CHURCH, VA - A national Catholic organization has called on American Catholics to protest 17 inappropriate commencement speakers and awardees at 14 Catholic colleges and universities. "Despite the U.S. bishops' clear call for reform of Catholic higher education, it seems that a significant minority of Catholic college leaders simply aren't listening," complained Patrick Reilly, president of the Cardinal Newman Society, a national organization seeking the renewal of Catholic identity at Catholic colleges and universities. "Several of this year's speakers and...