Topic - Blessed Virgin Mary A Letter Addressed to the Rev. E. B. Pusey, D.D.,
on Occasion of His Eirenicon
Certain Difficulties Felt by Anglicans in Catholic Teaching, Volume 2
John Henry Newman

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Revised October, 2001.
 

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1.  Introductory Remarks       1.
2.  Various Statements introduced into the Eirenicon      9.
3.  The Belief of Catholics concerning the Blessed Virgin,
as distinct from their Devotion to her
   26.
4.  Belief of Catholics concerning the Blessed Virgin,
as coloured by their Devotion to Her
   77.
5.  Anglican Misconceptions and Catholic Excesses in Devotion
to the Blessed Virgin
   89.

Notes
1.  Testimonies of the Fathers to the Doctrine that Mary is the Second Eve    119.
2.  Suarez on the Immaculate Conception  125.
3.  The Anomalous Statements of St. Basil, St. Chrysostom, and St. Cyril
about the Blessed Virgin
 128.
4.  On the Teaching of the Greek Church about the Blessed Virgin  153.
5.  On a Scandalous Tenet concerning the Blessed Virgin  165.

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CERTAIN DIFFICULTIES

FELT BY ANGLICANS

IN CATHOLIC TEACHING

CONSIDERED:

 In a Letter addressed to the Rev. E. B. Pusey, D.D.,
on occasion of his Eirenicon of
1864;
And in a Letter addressed to the Duke of Norfolk, on
occasion of Mr. Gladstone's Expostulation of
1874.

 BY

JOHN HENRY CARDINAL NEWMAN

 VOL. II.

 NEW IMPRESSION 

LONGMANS, GREEN, AND CO.
39 PATERNOSTER ROW, LONDON
NEW YORK AND BOMBAY 

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