This rich anthology of John Henry Newman's writings on Mary introduces readers to the personal devotion of one of the greatest churchmen of the last two hundred years in the English-speaking world.
An excellent collection of Newman's writings on the Virgin Mary. This book brings together topically some of the best sermons and letters Newman wrote concerning the Blessed Virgin, even back in his Anglican days. I highly recommend this book.
Philip Boyce has gathered a collection of John Henry Newman's sermons, letters, and poetical writings . Boyce points out that the key to understanding Newman's Anglican thought surrounding the Virgin involves Mary's parallel role to Eve in the history of salvation.
Philip Boyce has gathered a collection of John Henry Newman's sermons, letters, and poetical writings which reflect his love and devotion to the Blessed Virgin. Boyce begins by offering a biographical sketch of Newman's life.
The Blessed Virgin Mary in Newmans. 33. Themes of Newmans Mariology. 51. The Annunciation The Honour. Chronological guide to the life and works. 108. The Reverence due to the Virgin Mary. 115. The Glories of Mary for the Sake. 129. XIIIB Mary Theotokos. 105. Mary: The Virgin Mary in the Life and Writings of John Henry Newman.
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Mary: The Virgin Mary in the Life and Writings of John Henry Newman. By John Henry Newman. Villanova University.
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John Henry Newman had reached the mid-point of his ninety-year life when he joined the Roman Catholic Church. While there, he became acquainted with the life and writings of St. Philip Neri. At his confirmation on All Saints Day that same year, ten or more former Anglican ministers, now Catholics, were present at the ceremony-a testament to the influence of Newman and the Oxford Movement. By the time he was ordained, May 30, 1847, Newman had decided to follow in St. Philip's footsteps. St. Philip, a sixteenth-century Italian priest, founded the society known as the Oratorians. An oratory is a room or building for prayer.
Bishop Philip Boyce outlines the place the Virgin Mary occupied in Cardinal Newman's own spiritual quest. Empress and Handmaid: On Nature and Gender in the Cult of the Virgin Mary - Sarah Jane Boss London and New York: Cassell, 2000
Bishop Philip Boyce outlines the place the Virgin Mary occupied in Cardinal Newman's own spiritual quest. As an Anglican, Newman had, in his own words, a "true devotion" to the Virgin Mary: his first sermon to appear in print was on Mary. Empress and Handmaid: On Nature and Gender in the Cult of the Virgin Mary - Sarah Jane Boss London and New York: Cassell, 2000. Central to the main point of the work are the various twelfth-century Romanesque statues of Mary, sometimes known as the Virgin in Majesty.