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55.1 John Henry Newman: Reading the Times (Spring 2023) 




Michael D. Hurley & Rebekah Lamb, “Introduction”

Cyril O’Regan, “Newman as a Critic of Modernity”

Christopher M. Wojtulewicz, “The Coincidence of Opposites in John Henry Newman According to Eric Przywara, S. J.”

Rebekah Lamb, “The Marian Turn in Newman’s Idea of History”

Guy Nicholls, C. O., “Newman’s ‘Idea’ of the Beautiful”

Stephen Tardif, “Newman’s Illative Aesthetics; or, How to Philosophize with the Grammar

Giuseppe Pezzini, “Newman on Art, Imagination, and the Classics: Callista Revisited”

Anne Carpenter, “A Living Rule: Hans Urs von Balthasar and the Illative Sense”

Michael D. Hurley, “The Shattered Majesty of Newman’s Spontaneous Style”

Short Reflections:

His Majesty King Charles III, “John Henry Newman: The Harmony of Difference”

Rev. Dr. Ian Ker, “Was John Henry Newman a Conservative or a Liberal?”

Sr. Catherine Joseph Droste, O. P., “Of Religion and First Principles”

Rev. Fr. Philip Cleevely, C. O., “The Most Religiously Attuned of Our Powers: Newman on the Conscience”

Leonie Caldecott, “Understanding the Heart of Newman: Meriol Trevor”

The Rt. Revd. and Rt. Hon. Dr. Rowan Williams, “What Will ‘Bear Our Weight’: Newman on the Integrative Method”


Photo of John Henry Newman Courtesy of the Fathers of the Birmingham Oratory