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This guide serves as an introduction to the life and works of John Henry Newman. It contains book, journal and online resources for education and research.

 

John Henry Newman

John Henry Newman (1801-1890), began his career in the Anglican Church and later converted to the Roman Catholic Church. In 1879 he was created a cardinal by Pope Leo XIII and then in 2010 he was beatified by Pope Benedict XVI. Throughout his service in both the Anglican and Catholic Church he wrote on both topics of theology and philosohy.

1801 Born in London Feb 21
1808 To Ealing School
1816 First conversion
1817 To Trinity College, Oxford
1822 Fellow, Oriel College
1825 Ordained Anglican priest
1828-43        Vicar, St. Mary the Virgin
1845 Received into Catholic Church
1847 Ordained Catholic priest in Rome 
1848 Founded English Oratory
1854-58   Rector, Catholic University of Ireland
1859 Opened Oratory school
1864 Published Apologia
1877 Elected first honorary fellow, Trinity College
1879 Created cardinal by Pope Leo XIII
1885 Published last article
1888 Preached last sermon Jan 1
1889 Said last Mass on Christmas Day
1890 Died in Birmingham Aug 11

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