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Published by Catholic University of America Press in Washington .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Newman, John Henry, -- 1801-1890,
  • Conscience.

Book details:

Edition Notes

SeriesCatholic University of America. Studies in sacred theology, no. 106, Studies in sacred theology -- 2d ser., no. 106.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX4705.N5 K2
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 307 p.
Number of Pages307
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16535398M
LC Control Number58004844

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Blessed John Henry Newman Introduction: Born in London, was a teacher and Anglican clergyman at Oxford he became Roman Catholic and two years later he was ordained a Catholic priest. In he estab­lished the Oratory of St. Philip in England, and in 7 he founded the Catholic University of Ireland.   John Henry Newman’s teachings provide a proper grounding for freedom of conscience and for the Catholic Church’s duty to defend the truth, both to its members and to society in general. In both of these ways, Newman prefigured the Church’s Declaration on Religious Freedom, Dignitatis er, Newman and Dignitatis can help us resist the erroneous notion of the free. Portrait of Cardinal John Henry Newman by Sir John Everett Millais. (Credit: National Portrait Gallery via Wikimedia Commons.) "He didn’t see the teachings of the Church and of our conscience in. 5. Conscience. {} IT seems, then, that there are extreme cases in which Conscience may come into collision with the word of a Pope, and is to be followed in spite of that word. Now I wish to place this proposition on a broader basis, acknowledged by all Catholics, and, in order to do this satisfactorily, as I began with the prophecies of Scripture and the primitive Church, when I spoke of.