Cardinal John Henry Newman died 129 years ago on 11 August 1890. A renowned writer, the (soon-to-be-canonised) prelate wrote numerous books, essays and letters throughout his life both as an Anglican and, later, a Catholic. Perhaps the most famous of these was his autobiographic Apologia. In this episode of Campion Conversations, our lecturers discuss Newman, his defining work and how best to read it.
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