John Henry Newman

Author: Donald Withey

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This book by Donald Withey is an exploration of two central, but previously largely ignored, areas of Newman’s life – the sense of liturgy which he developed during his life as an Anglican, and his encounter with the Roman Breviary, and of the effect these had on his thought. This book provides for the first time a comprehensive account of the abortive Breviary translation project and of Newman’s own role in it, including his translation of office hymns. An interesting read. 180pp

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Weight 0.33 kg