John Henry Newman: His Inner Life

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Ignatius Press, 1987 - Religion - 335 pages
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This book is a culmination of Father Zeno's life work. With the cooperation of the Oratorian Fathers, he was given full access to all of Newman's letters, diaries, and complete published and unpublished sermons. From all this he has drawn together the interior struggles Newman faced from childhood until his death. Zeno allows Newman to speak through his work and writings, an exceedingly rich source. This is a landmark work considered one of the best spiritual biographies of John Henry Newman ever written. This book was first published in Dutch and met with immediate and extensive acclaim. It covers Newman's young life as an Anglican, the doubts he faced in light of his historical studies, his conversion to Catholicism, the trials he faced as a result of his conversion, and his remarkable growth in holiness and the interior life.

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This book I ended up reading it twice, in a row! I was captured by the beauty of Newman's spirituality and prayer life. Inspiring book. Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
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Still under a Cloud 18641870
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The Happy End 18701890
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Copyright

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