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John Henry Newman

Data de nascimento: 21. Fevereiro 1801
Data de falecimento: 11. Agosto 1890

John Henry Cardeal Newman, CO foi um sacerdote anglicano inglês convertido ao catolicismo, posteriormente nomeado cardeal pelo papa Leão XIII em 1879. Foi beatificado no dia 19 de setembro de 2010 pelo Papa Bento XVI e posteriormente canonizado pelo Papa Francisco no dia 13 de outubro de 2019.

Estudou no Trinity College de Oxford e no Oriel College e foi ordenado sacerdote da Igreja Anglicana. Tornou-se mais tarde num dos líderes do "Movimento de Oxford". Naquela época, ele considerava o anglicanismo de seu tempo excessivamente protestante e laicizado e considerava o catolicismo corrompido em relação às origens do cristianismo. Buscou uma "via média" entre os dois, e, pesquisando sobre os primórdios da Igreja Católica e do cristianismo em geral, terminou por converter-se ao catolicismo.

Depois de sua conversão ao catolicismo , ele foi ordenado sacerdote da Igreja Católica em Roma , abriu e dirigiu em Birmingham um oratório de São Filipe Néri e foi ainda reitor da Universidade Católica da Irlanda .

Citações John Henry Newman

„Nada realizaríamos se esperássemos até fazê-lo com tanta perfeição que ninguém lhe achasse defeito.“

—  John Henry Newman

for nothing would be done at all, if a man waited till he could do it so well, that no one could find fault with it.
"Lectures on the present position of Catholics in England: Addressed to the Brothers of the Oratory" - Página 371, de John Henry Newman - Publicado por James Duffy, 1857 - 376 páginas

„The more I read of Athanasius, Theodoret, etc, the more I see that the ancients did make the Scriptures the basis of their belief.“

—  John Henry Newman, livro Apologia Pro Vita Sua

To Richard Hurrell Froude, August 23, 1835.
Letters and Correspondence of John Henry Newman During His Life in the English Church, 1890, Anne Mozley, ed., Longmans’s Green & Co., London, New York, Volume 2, p. 113.,+theodoret%22&hl=en&ei=CeBlTqH1K4m2sQL91pm3Cg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=2&ved=0CC8Q6AEwAQ#v=onepage&q=%22the%20more%20i%20read%20of%20athanasius%2C%20theodoret%22&f=false
Contexto: The more I read of Athanasius, Theodoret, etc, the more I see that the ancients did make the Scriptures the basis of their belief. The only question is, would they have done so in another point besides the θεολογία (theology), etc, which happened in the early ages to be in discussion? I incline to say the Creed is the faith necessary to salvation, as well as to Church communion, and to maintain that Scripture, according to the Fathers, is the authentic record and document of this faith.
It surely is reasonable that 'necessary to salvation' should apply to the Baptismal Creed: 'In the name of,' etc (vid. He who believeth etc.). Now the Apostles' Creed is nothing but this; for the Holy Catholic Church, etc [in it] are but the medium through which God comes to us. Now this θεολογία, I say, the Fathers do certainly rest on Scripture, as upon two tables of stone. I am surprised more and more to see how entirely they fall into Hawkins’s theory even in set words, that Scripture proves and the Church teaches.,+but+only+to+prove+it%22&hl=en&ei=k-RlTq__FOStsQKOwrCzCg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CDMQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=%22that%20the%20sacred%20text%20was%20never%20intended%20to%20teach%20doctrine%2C%20but%20only%20to%20prove%20it%22&f=false
I believe it would be extremely difficult to show that tradition is ever considered by them (in matters of faith) more than interpretative of Scripture. It seems that when a heresy rose they said at once ‘That is not according to the Church's teaching,’ i. e. they decided it by the praejudicium [N. B. prescription] of authority.
Again, when they met together in council, they brought the witness of tradition as a matter of fact, but when they discussed the matter in council, cleared their views, etc., proved their power, they always went to Scripture alone. They never said 'It must be so and so, because St. Cyrian says this, St. Clement explains in his third book of the "Paedagogue," etc.' and with reason; for the Fathers are a witness only as one voice, not in individual instances, or, much less, isolated passages, but every word of Scripture is inspired and available.

„To live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often.“

—  John Henry Newman

Variante: In a higher world it is otherwise, but here below to live is to change, and to be perfect is to have changed often.
Fonte: An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine (1845), Chapter 1, Section 1, Part 7.

„Growth is the only evidence of life.“

—  John Henry Newman

Apologia pro Vita Sua (1864).

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„It is almost a definition of a gentleman to say he is one who never inflicts pain.“

—  John Henry Newman

Discourse VIII, pt. 10.
The Idea of a University (1873)

„To be deep in history is to cease to be a Protestant.“

—  John Henry Newman

Introduction, Part 5.
An Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine (1845)

„Where good and ill together blent,
Wage an undying strife.“

—  John Henry Newman

A Martyr Convert, st. 3 (1856). Also in Callista Chapter 36 (1855).

„From shadows and symbols into the truth!“

—  John Henry Newman

His own epitaph at Edgbaston
Original: (la) Ex umbris et imaginibus in veritatem!

„Surely, there is at this day a confederacy of evil, marshalling its hosts from all parts of the world, organizing itself, taking its measures, enclosing the Church of CHRIST as in a net, and preparing the way for a general apostasy from it. Whether this very apostasy is to give birth to Antichrist, or whether he is still to be delayed, we cannot know; but at any rate this apostasy, and all its tokens, and instruments, are of the Evil One and savour of death. Far be it from any of us to be of those simple ones, who are taken in that snare which is circling around us! Far be it from us to be seduced with the fair promises in which Satan is sure to hide his poison! Do you think he is so unskilful in his craft, as to ask you openly and plainly to join him in his warfare against the Truth? No; he offers you baits to tempt you. He promises you civil liberty; he promises you equality; he promises you trade and wealth; he promises you a remission of taxes; he promises you reform. This is the way in which he conceals from you the kind of work to which he is putting you; he tempts you to rail against your rulers and superiors; he does so himself, and induces you to imitate him; or he promises you illumination, he offers you knowledge, science, philosophy, enlargement of mind. He scoffs at times gone by; he scoffs at every institution which reveres them. He prompts you what to say, and then listens to you, and praises you, and encourages you. He bids you mount aloft. He shows you how to become as gods. Then he laughs and jokes with you, and gets intimate with you; he takes your hand, and gets his fingers between yours, and grasps them, and then you are his.“

—  John Henry Newman

Tract 83 (29 June 1838).

„So living Nature, not dull Art,
Shall plan my ways and rule my heart.“

—  John Henry Newman

Nature and Art, st. 12 (1868).

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