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Newman was accused during his life of regretting his conversion to Catholicism, of being untruthful, of rejecting papal infallibility, of being a skeptic, and of being hyper-sensitive. His writings have been misrepresented posthumously as being supportive of Modernism.

Modernism
Essay by Bishop O'Dwyer
1908

Letter from Pope Pius X to Bishop O'Dwyer
1908
approving his essay
Skepticism
The Contemporary Review Exchange
1885

Newman's Alleged Scepticism
1891
Hutton
Papal Infallibility
Miscellaneous citations by Newman
1872

The Vatican Council
1874

The Vatican Definition
1874

Papal Infallibility
1912
chapter 27, Ward
Untruthfulness
Apologia
See also Topics: Truth
1865

Conversion
Present Position of Catholics in England
1851
pp. 243-247
Letter to the Duke of Norfolk - Postscript
1875
pp. 348, 349
Letter to Rev. A. Spurrier 1886
Ward, vol. 2, p. 526
Hypersensitivity
Life of Bishop Ullathorne 1926
Butler, vol. 2, pp. 312-314
The Mission of St. Philip

SPVO, 12-2
St. Philip in his Disciples

Verses, No. 172.

Principles in aid of understanding Newman's theology, from E. D. Benard.

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