Posts Tagged ‘Blessed John Henry Newman’

Woman’s healing is miracle in John Henry Newman’s sainthood cause Comments 0

Thursday, July 4th, 2019

A few prayers to Blessed John Henry Newman became a “constant dialogue” and then a desperate response to an emergency for Melissa Villalobos of Chicago. Her healing, which saved her life and the life of her unborn child, was accepted as the miracle needed for the 19th-century British cardinal’s canonization. Pope Francis announced July 1 Read more

Thomas More, Cardinal Newman, and the question of conscience Comments 0

Monday, September 11th, 2017

St. Thomas More and Blessed John Henry Newman may not on first glance seem to be a good pairing: the twice-happily married lawyer and public servant and the celibate Oxford Fellow and Oratorian priest. The sixteenth century Catholic martyr and the nineteenth century convert and confessor; the witty teller of merry tales and the seemingly Read more