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John Henry Newman

(1801—1890) theologian and cardinal

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Basil George Mitchell

Basil George Mitchell  

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(1917–)Basil Mitchell was born in Bath on 9 April 1917, son of George William Mitchell and Mary Mitchell. He married Margaret Eleanor Collin in 1950 and they have four ...
Benjamin Jowett

Benjamin Jowett  

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(1817–93),one of the legendary figures of late Victorian Oxford, was professor of Greek from 1855 and master of Balliol College from 1870. A Broad Churchman in the tradition of T. Arnold, he outraged ...
Dublin Review

Dublin Review  

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An influential RC quarterly, of which the first issue appeared in 1836. In 1969 it was incorporated into The Month, which itself ceased publication in 2001.
Joseph Butler

Joseph Butler  

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(1692–1752)English moral philosopher. Born of a Presbyterian family, Butler was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, and became a minister of the Church of England, where he rose to be Bishop of ...
Martin Cyril D'Arcy

Martin Cyril D'Arcy  

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(1888–1976),Jesuit philosophical theologian. Educated at Stonyhurst, Oxford, and the Gregorian University at Rome, he entered the Society of Jesus and was ordained priest in 1921. From 1933 to 1945 ...
Richard Holt Hutton

Richard Holt Hutton  

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(1826–97), religious writer. He trained for the Unitarian ministry but became a member of the C of E. In 1861 he was offered the joint-editorship and proprietorship of the Spectator, which he used as ...
Richard Whately

Richard Whately  

(1787–1863),professor of political economy at Oxford (1829–31), then archbishop of Dublin. He involved himself in educational reform and published works on philosophy and religion, supporting Broad ...
Sydney Herbert Mellone

Sydney Herbert Mellone  

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(1869–1956)Sydney Herbert Mellone was born of British parents at Toldedo, Ohio, USA in May 1869 and died in Woodford Green, Essex on 18 July 1956. Educated at London University ...
Thomas Gornall

Thomas Gornall  

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(1912–92)Thomas Gornall was born in Preston, Lancashire on 10 May 1912 and died at St Beuno's College, Tremeirchion, North Wales on 31 August 1992. He was educated at Preston ...
Wilfrid Ward

Wilfrid Ward  

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(1856–1916),biographer and RC critic. The son of W. G. Ward, he was trained for the priesthood but, not finding his vocation there, took up literary work. After controversial writings ...
William George Ward

William George Ward  

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(1812–82), theologian and philosopher. A fellow of Balliol College, Oxford, he pushed Tractarian principles to extremes, and in 1845 he was deprived of his degrees for heresy. He became a RC, ...

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