Cardinal Manning: an intellectual biography

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Clarendon Press, 1998 - Biography & Autobiography - 360 pages
Cardinal Manning (1808-92) began his ministry in the Anglican Church, but after his conversion to Rome, he became Archbishop of Westminster. Through an examination of Manning's published works and manuscript sources--many of them previously unused--this book traces his intellectual development against the historical background that influenced his thought, and addresses the deep personal crises, both ideological and emotional, that he experienced.

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5241. Cardinal Manning An Intellectual Biography, by James Pereiro (read 28 Jan 2015) This is a 1998 account of Cardinal Manning's thinking and studies from the time he was an Anglican, through his ... Read full review

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This is a 1998 account of Cardinal Manning's thinking and studies from the time he was an Anglican, through his conversion in 1850 and his (the most interesting part) efforts when he was Archbishop of ... Read full review

Contents

Mannings
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Calling First Principles into
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A Book on Infallibility
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Copyright

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James Pereiro is Chaplain of Grandpont House and member of the History Faculty, Oxford University.

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