Cardinal Newman selflessly followed 'the light of truth'

Cardinal Newman selflessly followed 'the light of truth'

Edinburgh : United Kingdom | Sep 15, 2010 at 5:47 PM PDT
Source: The Scotsman
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Cardinal Newman selflessly followed 'the light of truth' Published Date: 16 September 2010 ON A dreich day in October 2008, a posse of priests and gravediggers arrived at a cemetery in Rednell, outside Birmingham, to transfer the bones of Cardinal John Henry Newman, to a new tomb ahead of his expected... FULL ARTICLE AT The Scotsman
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Pope Benedict XVI will start the historic four-day visit to Britain on September 16
Pope Benedict XVI will start the historic four-day visit to Britain on September 16
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