Prayers, Verses, and Devotions

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Ignatius Press, 2002. 4. 1. - 742페이지

Introduction by Louis Bouyer

A beautifully bound, Bible paper volume of Newman's most profound devotional writings. His meditations on the Litany of Loreto for the month of May, and on the Stations of the Cross are already recognized as classics of Catholic spirituality. And in his meditations on Christian doctrine Newman shows that the source of true piety is sound teaching. His verses on various occasions are profoundly inspiring as are the spiritual hymns and canticles which distill the wisdom of the incomparable Newman.

In addition, also included are the devotions of Bishop Lancelot Andrewes, translated by Newman himself and used by him as the primary source of his own spiritual life. Louis Bouyer, the greatest living Newman scholar, says of these: "Newman quite believed that in these exercises of Andrewes he had discovered that form of prayer which springs directly from the word of God and leads to a life fully lived in Christ. Not only as a priest, but later on as a cardinal of the Roman church, he would keep the Preces privatae on his kneeler for his daily preparation and thanksgiving before and after Mass and for his most personal meditations."

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John Henry Newman was born in 1801 in London, England. He converted to Catholicism from the Anglican Church in 1845, suffering personally as a result. He later founded the Literary and Historical Society, and published a considerable amount of works during his eighty-nine years, includingÊMary: The Second Eve,ÊLoss and Gain,ÊDifficulties of Anglicans,ÊApologia Pro Vita Sua, andÊDevelopment of Religious Error.Ê

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