36 Facts About John Henry Newman School

1. John Henry Newman School opened the university on 3 November 1854 to about twenty students, but eventually found it impossible to be both provost of the Birmingham Oratory and rector of the ill-attended university.

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2. John Henry Newman School complied, but the condemnations issued by Anglican bishops against Tract 90 alienated him further from the Anglican Church.

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3. John Henry Newman School's religiously liberal tendencies dissipated by 1828 as his admiration attached to the works of the early church fathers.

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4. John Henry Newman School took holy orders in the Church of England and in 1824 was ordained deacon.

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5. John Henry Newman School exercised a profound influence on the literature of the English-speaking world and on the whole Western literary community.

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6. John Henry Newman School gathered the factors involved in the solution to this question from a close analysis of the mental acts involved in holding propositions of any kind, including religious.

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7. John Henry Newman School stresses the danger of oversystematizing tradition to the point where reason exceeds the positive evidence.

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8. John Henry Newman School takes notice of certain cautions to be employed in interpreting the Fathers as sources of tradition.

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9. John Henry Newman School felt that the whole of Scripture, in all its parts, is inspired, but not all the elements in each of these parts (totaliter sed non tota ).

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10. John Henry Newman School felt the attack totally unjustified and undertook a defense of himself and the Roman clergy.

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11. John Henry Newman School wrote a number of letters of explanation to newspapers under the pen name Catholicus.

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12. John Henry Newman School accepted the curacy of St Clement's, which he retained until his appointment as public tutor of Oriel in 1826.

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13. John Henry Newman School won a scholarship at the end of his first year and gained a reputation as a student.

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14. John Henry Newman School's thought reflects the nature and development of his individual personality.

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15. John Henry Newman School revealed his deepest Catholic feelings in his longest poem, The Dream of Gerontius, and presented his basic philosophical ideas on the working of the human mind in his Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent (1870).

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16. John Henry Newman School was ordained an Anglican priest in 1825 and was appointed vicar of the university church Saint Mary the Virgin, where he gained fame as a preacher.

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17. At the age of 15 John Henry Newman School experienced a religious "conversion" that was the foundation of his lifelong intense faith in God.

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18. John Henry Newman School went to Rome to be ordained to the priesthood and after some uncertainties founded the Oratory at Birmingham in 1848.

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19. John Henry Newman School was contending that the Church of England represented true catholicity and that the test of this catholicity lay in the teaching of the ancient and undivided church of the Fathers.

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20. John Henry Newman School died in 1890, was venerated in 1991 and beatified in 2010.

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21. John Henry Newman School accepted the position and became Cardinal on May 12, 1879.

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22. John Henry Newman School hosted a series of lectures in the summer of 1851 that he hoped would open the doors for understanding.

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23. John Henry Newman School left his post and decided to tour the Mediterranean, visiting North Africa, West Greece and Italy.

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24. In 1991, John Henry Newman School was proclaimed venerable by Pope John Paul II, after a thorough examination of his life and work by the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.

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25. John Henry Newman School maintains that English Catholic priests are at least as truthful as English Catholic laymen.

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26. When John Henry Newman School died there appeared in a monthly magazine a series of very unflattering sketches by one who had lived under his roof.

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27. John Henry Newman School published several books with the company, effectively saving it.

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28. John Henry Newman School believed in a middle way between free thinking and moral authority—one that would respect the rights of knowledge as well as the rights of revelation.

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29. John Henry Newman School requested the documents that Wiseman had used for his article in the Dublin Review but he had mislaid them.

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30. John Henry Newman School took the initiative and booked the Birmingham Corn Exchange for a series of public lectures.

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31. In February 1843, John Henry Newman School published, as an advertisement in the Oxford Conservative Journal, an anonymous but otherwise formal retractation of all the hard things he had said against Roman Catholicism.

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32. At this date John Henry Newman School became editor of the British Critic.

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33. In December 1832, John Henry Newman School went with Hurrell Froude, on account of the latter's health, for a tour in Southern Europe.

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34. John Henry Newman School broke with Whately in 1827 on the occasion of the re-election of Robert Peel as Member of Parliament for the university: Newman opposed Peel on personal grounds.

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35. At the age of seven John Henry Newman School was sent to Great Ealing School conducted by George Nicholas.

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36. John Henry Newman School is a Roman Catholic secondary school with academy status at Stevenage in Hertfordshire, England.

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