Sayings of Cardinal Newman
John Henry Newman
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About Poetry [file 1]      1.

On receiving a batch of Converts from Anglicanism

     5.

Accepting First Praise

   12.

On relinquishing the Rectorship of the Catholic University of Ireland  

   12.

On the occasion of Writing the "Apologia"

   14.

On certain Aspersions

   16.

At the Funeral of Henry Wilberforce

   16.

On receiving notice of his Elevation to the Sacred College

   17.

On being Congratulated

   21.

On the Kindness of Ireland

   22.

On the pleasant Care of Boys

   23.

On an Audience with the Pope

   24.

To the Oratory School Boys

   25.

On the happy character of the Time

   26.

On his trepidation as an Author

   27.

To the Young Men's Society

   28.

On What a Cardinal ought to be

   29.

The Cardinal and the Club

   31.

On his standing as an Author

   32.

To the Sisters of Notre Dame

   34.

On some matters of Education

   34.

About the Benedictines

   36.

Asking: "If this is Coldness, What is Warmth?"

   37.

On Affairs of Ireland [file 2]

   40.

On Young Australia and Old England

   42.

To Boys, about the Rosary

   44.

On the Relations between Catholics and Protestants in England

   46.

In an Oxford Pulpit again

   54.

On the Conversion of England

   62.

On the Need of Discipline

   69.

On Mr. Ouless's Portrait of him

   74.

At the London Oratory

   75.
For the last Time    76.

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Publisher's Notice

An admirer of Cardinal Newman has here brought together, for the benefit of readers who have not files of the Catholic newspapers for the last forty years, the reports therein given, from time to time, of occurrences of interest in the life of the Cardinal, and of addresses delivered by him in connexion with them. Pains have been taken to correct obvious blunders of the reporter and the printer; also to add such notes as seemed needed in explanation. But no claim is made for such accuracy as belongs to the publication of reports made under the auspices of the speaker or of his representatives. These are merely newspaper gleanings; but, even so, they will be welcome to many in a form handier than that of some twenty unwieldy volumes. Nor is any apology needed at such a time for reprinting what is part and parcel of the history of the Church in England during forty years.

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SAYINGS OF

 

CARDINAL NEWMAN

 

 

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LONDON: BURNS & OATES, LTD.
NEW YORK: CATHOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY CO.

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