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John Henry Newman

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The Anglo-American Church (Ess1)

Apollonius of Tyana (HS1)


Apostolical Tradition (Ess1)

Arians of the Fourth Century

The Benedictine Schools (HS2)

Biglietto Speech


Cathedra Sempiterna

The Catholicity of the Anglican Church (Ess2)

Causes of the Rise and Successes of Arianism (TT)

The Church of the Fathers (HS2)

On Consulting the Faithful

Convocation of Canterbury (HS3)

Development of Christian Doctrine

Development of Religious Error

Difficulties of Anglicans

Discourses to Mixed Congregations   [Note]

Discussions and Arguments

Dissertatiunculę quędam Critico-Theologicę (TT)

The Dream of Gerontius

Essays Critical and Historical, Volume 1

Essays Critical and Historical, Volume 2

Essays on Miracles

Faith and Prejudice and Other Sermons   [Note]

The Fall of La Mennais (Ess1)

Grammar of Assent

The Heresy of Apollinaris (TT)

Historical Sketches, Volume 1

Historical Sketches, Volume 2

Historical Sketches, Volume 3

History of the Text of the Douay Version of Scripture (TT)

Holy Scripture in its relation to the Catholic Creed (DA)

How to accomplish it (DA)

Idea of a University

On the Inspiration of Scripture

An internal Argument for Christianity (DA)

Introduction of rationalistic principles into Revealed Religion (Ess1)

John Davison (Ess2)

John Keble (Ess2)

Lectures on the History of the Turks, in their relation to Europe (HS1)

Lectures on Justification

Letter to the Duke of Norfolk

Letter to a Magazine in behalf of Dr. Pusey's Tracts on Holy Baptism (VM2)

Letter to the Margaret Professor of Divinity on Mr. R. H. Froude's
 Statements on the Holy Eucharist

Letter to Dr. Pusey

Loss and Gain

Medieval Oxford (HS3)

Meditations and Devotions

Milman's view of Christianity (Ess2)

The Mission of St. Benedict (HS2)

On the Mode of Conducting the Controversy with Rome (VM2)

Northmen and Normans in England and Ireland (HS3)

The Ordo de Tempore in the Breviary (TT)

Oxford University Sermons   [Note]

Palmer's view of Faith and Unity (Ess1)

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 1   [Note]

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 2

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 3

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 4

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 5

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 6

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 7

Parochial and Plain Sermons, Volume 8

The Patristical Idea of Antichrist (DA)

Personal and Literary Character of Cicero (HS1)

Poetry with reference to Aristotle's Poetics (Ess1)

Present Position of Catholics in England

Primitive Christianity (HS1)

Private Judgment (Ess2)

On the Prophetical Office of the Church

Prospects of the Anglican Church (Ess1)

The Protestant Idea of Antichrist (Ess2)

The Reformation of the Eleventh Century (Ess2)

Remarks on Certain Passages in the Thirty-nine Articles (VM2)

    Documentary Matter consequent upon the foregoing Remarks (VM2)

    Letter to Dr. Jelf in Explanation of the Remarks (VM2)

    Letter to the Bishop of Oxford on the same Subject (VM2)

Restoration of Suffragan Bishops (VM2)

Retractation of Anti-Catholic Statements (VM2)

The Rise and Progress of Universities (HS3)

Select Treatises of St. Athanasius, Volume 1

Select Treatises of St. Athanasius, Volume 2

Selina, Countess of Huntingdon (Ess1)

Sermon Notes, 1849-1878

Sermons Preached on Various Occasions   [Note]

Sermons on Subjects of the Day   [Note]

St. Chrysostom (HS2)

St. Cyril's Formula, [mia physis sesarkomene] (TT)

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross (MD)

Meditations on the Stations of the Cross, Short (MD)

Suggestions in behalf of the Church Missionary Society (VM2)

The Tamworth Reading Room (DA)

On the Text of the Epistles of St. Ignatius (TT)

Theodoret (HS2)

The Theology of St. Ignatius (Ess1)

Tracts for the Times

Tracts Theological and Ecclesiastical

Verses on Various Occasions

Via Media (VM2)

Via Media, Volume 1

Via Media, Volume 2

Who's to Blame? (DA)

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