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A four-week online introduction to theology will be given by the Loyola Institute Trinity College Dublin, starting on Wednesday 27 January. It's open to all.

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New book on Newman

Messenger Publications is marking the upcoming canonisation of Blessed John Henry Newman with the publication of a concise biography by Fr Michael Collins

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John Henry Newman: a saint for the times

Blessed John Henry Newman has been cleared for canonisation. Dermot Roantree considers the different uses that Catholics will make of his legacy.

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The ironies of Catholic traditionalism

DERMOT ROANTREE :: There are some disconcerting ironies in the attitude of Catholic traditionalism, not least that it has come to resemble the very thing it opposes

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The death penalty and doctrine, Part 2

DERMOT ROANTREE :: The Pope's critics think he is illogical. Newman's understanding of development, however, suggests a very different way to look at it.

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Church doctrine: The same but different

DERMOT ROANTREE :: Post 2 in series on 'Change we can believe in'. The Church makes the proud claim to be 'always the same' – the same even when it's different.

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