Newman Studies Journal Volume 17 Issue 1 Summer 2020

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Newman Studies Journal | VOL 17 | ISSUE 1 | SUMMER 2020

NEWMAN STUDIES JOURNAL
VOL. 17 - ISSUE 1 - SUMMER 2020

ARTICLES

"Not undone, but completed": John Henry Newman and the Reception of Vatican I
KRISTIN M. COLBERG

Settling Old Scores: Pastor Aeternus as the Final Defeat of Early Modern Opponents of Ultramontanism
SHAUN BLANCHARD

Cor ad Cor Loquitur, Cardinal Newman Speaks to China: Newman, Pusey, and the Issue of a National Church
ANTHONY E. CLARK

The Paratexts of Newman's Apologia
JUSTIN W. KEENA

Newman on Pedagogical Practice
JANE RUPERT

A Comment on Eric Lafferty's Article, "A Channel Apart"
CLAUDINE BLANCHARD

LECTURES

The First Vatican Council, John Henry Newman, and the Making of a Post-Christendom Church
WILLIAM L. PORTIER

Newman's View of America
BENJAMIN J. KING

BOOK REVIEWS

Victorious Century: The United Kingdom, 1800–1906, by David Cannadine
PETER NOCKLES

Sensus Fidelium: The Use of a Concept in the Post-Vatican II Era, by Daniel J. Finucane
ANDREW MESZAROS

By What Authority?: Foundations for Understanding Authority in the Church (Revised and Expanded Edition), by Richard Gaillardetz
ERIC LAFFERTY

Dominion: The History of England from the Battle of Waterloo to Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, by Peter Ackroyd
DANIEL WALDOW

The Birth of Modern Belief: Faith and Judgment from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment, by Ethan Shagan
ROSE LUMINIELLO

Newman at Littlemore, by Bernard Basset, SJ
PHILIP SALMON

Essays Critical and Historical, vols. I and II, edited by Andrew Nash
PETER C. ERB

2019 Year in Review Bibliography
Tribute to Michael J. G. Pahls
2020 Fall Newman Symposium
2021 Oriel College Conference
NINS Visiting Scholars Program