Cardinal Newman and the 19th Century Revival of English Catholicism
|Date:||Friday, 27th March 2020 to Sunday, 29th March 2020|
|Location:||Benedictine Institute, New Norcia|
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In England in the 19th Century, there was a remarkable revival of interest in Catholicism. This manifested itself in the spiritual, liturgical and intellectual renewal expressed in the ‘Oxford Movement’, or Tractarianism. Among the many personalities involved in this, an outstanding figure was St. John Henry Newman- an Anglican minister, who converted to Catholicism, and eventually became a Cardinal. This weekend will explore the work of Cardinal Newman, and present an insight into the 19th Century emergence of Anglo-Catholicism.
Led by Dr Liam Lynch
The cost includes 2 nights' accommodation at the Monastery Guesthouse, meals and entry into the Museum and Art Gallery.
For more information please contact Fr Robert Nixon, osb.