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Anima Christi - Cardinal Newman's poetic translation of the beloved prayer "Anima Christi".
Cyber Hymnal: John Henry Newman - Six hymn texts or translations, including "Lead, Kindly Light" for which John Bacchus Dykes composed the tune "Lux Benigna." Portrait, historical background, lyrics, MIDI files and NoteWorthy Composer score for suggested tunes.
Faith and Private Judgement - A provocative sermon on the virtue of faith, from "Discourses to Mixed Congregations".
Melchizedek - Poem. In The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse.
Surrender to God - From "Discourses to Mixed Congregations". A sermon preached at St. Chad's Cathedral on the first Sunday in Lent of 1848. About mortification.
The Dream of Gerontius - A poetical work. Includes "Firmly I believe and truly" as well as "Praise to the Holiest in the height." In plain text, HTML (uses Unicode), or Adobe Acrobat format. With portraits of Newman.
The Parting of Friends - One of Newman's most famous sermons, and his last as an Anglican. Preached 25 September, 1843, at Littlemore.
The Pillar of the Cloud - A poem by Newman, included in The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse.
The Second Spring - A remarkably moving sermon about the reorganization of the English hierarchy, preached before the bishops at the First Provincial Synod of Westminster, 13 July, 1852.
The Stations of the Cross - The "longer" stations, written in 1860. With notes by Roger J. Smith.
The Stations of the Cross - The "longer" stations, written in 1860. With notes by Roger J. Smith.
The Theory of Developments in Religious Doctrine - The last of Newman's University Sermons, delivered in 1843. The roles of faith and reason, the limitations of language, the purpose of dogma, are all explored in this brilliant lecture, undergirded by a keen understanding of human psychology.
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