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Blessed John Henry Newman


The ‘Making of Men’
Paul Shrimpton

This perceptive study provides a pastoral idea of an academic university by one of the great Christian humanists, and from it emerges an inspiring vision of what education should strive to accomplish - of what it means ‘to be made men’.

9780852448243 -  584 pages -  £25.00


Passion for Truth: The Life of John Henry Newman
Rev. Fr. Juan R. Velez

Painstakingly uncovers the life and work of Blessed John Henry Newman. In the story of his early years, his family upbringing and university education, and through his vast correspondence with family, friends, and colleagues, Vélez acquaints us with Newman, the loyal friend, profound thinker, prolific writer, and holy priest. A true Catholic gentleman, who can be admired and loved by all who love the Truth.


9780895558718 - 400 pages (incl. Colour) - £18.99



Theories of Development in the Oxford Movement

James Pereiro

Probably the most important book on the history of the Oxford Movement to be published in the last decade.

Rowan Strong, Church History


978 085244 825 0   198 pages  £14.99




'An Aristocracy of Exalted Spirits’

The Idea of the Chuch in Newman’s

Tamwoth Reading Room

David P Delio

The author offers a new framework for understanding Newman’s highly original work of satire, politics, and theology.


978 085244 8823    380 pages  £17.99



Newman and History

Edward Short


Edward Short shows just how important history was to all aspects of the life and work of Blessed John Henry Newman.


978 085244 919 6  364 pages  







Everyday Meditations
John Henry Newman
"Who would not want to have arguably the greatest theologian and convert maker of the last two centuries at his side as he enters into conversation with the Lord on a daily basis? This book will help you immensely in your struggle for holiness and winning the world for Christ and His Church." Fr. C. John McCloskey - Research Fellow at the Faith & Reason Institute

978 1 933184 96 8  192 pages  £10.99



The Quotable Newman
Dave Armstrong
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.

978 1 933184 84 5  448 pages  £19.99



Waiting for Christ
Meditations for Advent and Christmas
John Henry Newman
In this new and compact compilation of his sermons, you’re invited to journey with Bl. John Henry Newman through Advent into Christmas and Epiphany, meditating on the coming of Christ and the Christian life. Newman’s masterful knowledge of the lives of the saints, Catholic doctrine, and, above all, Sacred Scripture, will help you immerse yourself in these liturgical seasons of waiting, wondering, and joy.

978 1 732524 74 3  160 pages  £12.50



Newman’s London

Joanna Bogle

“For Londoners and visitors alike, discovering Newman’s London can bring the story of this great man’s life into focus.  It is a wonderful way of exploring the message that he has for us today.” X Cardinal Vincent Nichols - Archbishop of Westminster

978 0 85244 941 7  140 pages  £7.99

  





Unearthly Beauty
The Aesthetic of St John Henry Newman

Fr Guy Nicholls
This significant new book looks at Newman’s own musical compositions and the music of great composers that influenced him; at the churches that Newman built, at their furnishing and decoration, and the European and British buildings which he used as points of reference; at painting and landscape that was important to his development.

978 0 85244 947 9  340 pages  £25hb



Newman’s Oxford

Fr Jerome Bertram
A new edition of the guide to the places and buildings associated with Newman during his years in Oxford 1816-46, including many illustrations and a useful map.

978 085244 950 9  64 pages   £4.50







Newman at Littlemore

 Bernard Basset SJ
‘..a source of knowledge and inspiration for countless Newman friends since first published in 1983..His witty style increases the pleasure with which one makes acquaintance with John Henry’s friends, family and parishioners…’ + Robert Byrne, Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle.

978 085244 942 4  120 pages   £7.99


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