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The Saint and the Disciple: John Henry, Cardinal Newman, The Reverend George Dudley Ryder and the Catholic Revival in Nineteenth Century England

Author: 
Hunting, Penelope
Credentials: 
Ph.D (University of London), Fellow, FSA

This monograph is a long overdue study of the relationship between Cardinal Newman and George Dudley Ryder and arrives at an opportune moment for the revival of interest in Newman and his circle---the beatification of Newman on the Pope's official visit to England in September 2010. Dr Hunting recovered two sets of family papers relating to Newman, George Ryder (grandson of the Earl of Harrowby),the Wilberforces,Sargents and the Mannings. These families along with the Kebles,Clutters and Froudes were interlinked by marriage, education and,in many cases ,conversion to Roman Catholicism. While the interrelationship of Newman and Ryder are the core of this work, Ryder's own very important historical contribution is assessed and key issues of the period (Catholic education, celibacy of the clergy, the Oxford Movement, Tractarianism) are discussed ,investigated and newly assessed in light of original documents.

Chapter 1. The Ryders, Earls of Harrowby

Chapter 2. The Evangelical Bishop

Chapter 3. Newman and Ryder at Oriel

Chapter 4. The Sargents and the Wilberforces

Chapter 5. The Anglican Vicar

Chapter 6. To Rome

Chapter 7. Renegades

Chapter 8. arguments: Ryder,Newman,Bishop Wilberforce

Market: 
Catholic Church in England 19th c, Newman, Ryder, Tractarianism, Catholic Revival, Theological History, English social history 19thc, Recusants in England, Catholic Education, Intellectual History
Release Date: 
12/2010
ISBN: 
Cloth: 978-1-936320- 01-1
Price: 
$79.95
Trim Size: 
6x9
Pages: 
280
Index: 
Yes
Bibliography: 
Yes
Illustrations: 
Yes
CIP: 
Yes
Publisher: 

ACADEMICA PRESS
1727 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 507
Washington, DC 20036

Irish Research Series: 
No