The Quotable Newman

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To raise up Catholics who “know their creed so well that they can give an account of it,” John Henry Newman, the 19th century British Cardinal recently pronounced “Blessed” by Pope Benedict XVI preached thousands of sermons, wrote scores of books, and published countless articles explaining our Catholic faith, with particular attention to the relationship between faith and reason.  So keen was his intellect and so profound his love for our Lord, that even those who’ve read just a few pages have profited greatly, growing quickly in knowledge, understanding, and renewed faith in God. Eager to share Newman s wisdom with others, Armstrong has mined from over forty of Cardinal Newman’s works to produce substantive passages on more than 100 topics ranging from Angels, Absolution, and the Bible, through Confession, the Eucharist, Infallibility, and the Inquisition, and reaching all the way to the Sacraments, the Saints, Transubstantiation, and the Trinity. Armstrong selected these particular passages for their beauty, to be sure, but even more for the clarity and persuasiveness with which they present and defend so many key theological positions of our Catholic Church. Whether you are a catechist, an apologist, a Catholic layman, or just a searcher after truth, you will find in these hundreds of passages a lucid consideration of most any Catholic teaching of serious concern to you.

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Author: Dave Armstrong
Publisher: Sophia Institute Press
Date: 2012
Format: Paperback Pages: 415
ISBN: 978-1-933184-84-5

 

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Weight 0.65 kg
Dimensions 22.8 × 15.3 × 2.7 cm

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