Newman was accused
during his life of regretting
to Catholicism, of being untruthful, of
papal infallibility, of being a skeptic, and of
being hyper-sensitive. His writings have been mis-
represented posthumously as being supportive of
| Essay by
Bishop O'Dwyer (1908)
Letter from Pope Pius X to Bishop O'Dwyer
approving his essay
| The Contemporary Review Exchange
Alleged Scepticism, Hutton (1891)
citations by Newman (1872)
Vatican Council (1874)
Vatican Definition (1874)
Infallibility, chapter 27, Ward (1912)
See also Topics:
Position of Catholics in England,
pp. 243-247 (1851)
Letter to the Duke of Norfolk - Postscript
pp. 348, 349 (1875)
to Rev. A. Spurrier,
Ward, vol. 2, p.
| Life of
Butler, vol. 2, pp.
The Mission of St.
Philip, SPVO, 12-2
Philip in his Disciples (Verses, No. 172.)
Principles in aid of understanding
theology, from E. D. Benard.
Newman Reader — Works of John Henry Newman
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