Saturday, August 31, 2013

Michael Voris' Critique of Catholic Answers Salaries and Contention that Two Radio Shows on "Radical Traditionalism" Have Harmed CA's Finances and Support


Michael Voris' video of 8-29-13 was a rather cynical, derisive "expose" of the salaries made by several persons at CA (which -- I should note --  was already public information, since it is a non-profit corporation). Now he's making out that CA has taken a huge hit because they dared to do two shows on radical Catholic reactionaries, and he claims this is part of the reason why they are doing a big fundraiser at present (which they do -- like virtually all Catholic apostolates -- all the time: nothing new there at all).

It's rather ironic that Voris is now being so critical of Catholic Answers, seeing that Karl Keating revealed in the combox of Fr. Dwight Longenecker's critical article about Michael Voris (with characteristic delightful understatement):
After Jerry Usher retired as host of Catholic Answers Live, Michael Voris was in discussion with us about becoming the new host. We decided he was not the right person for that role, which later was filled by Patrick Coffin. We otherwise have never had any contact with Mr. Voris. He did not contact us before airing his videos.

Keating also flatly denied that the shows on radical Catholic reactionaries had anything to do with financial troubles:

We have no evidence that our May 31 show on "radical Traditionalism" resulted in any loss of donations. So far as I know, we weren't receiving donations from "radical Traditionalists" anyway, and nearly all "regular Traditionalists" who commented on the program to us said they appreciated it and thought it fair and helpful. (The August 12 follow-up show aired after our "summer slump" occurred.)

This was confirmed further  in correspondence between Karl Keating and myself (9-4-13), where he reiterated that there is no evidence that the usual summer slump was in any way connected to the May 31st show, nor made any worse by it. He also noted that the current fundraiser not only made up the shortfall, but because of much larger average donations than usual, CA will be in even better shape than it usually is this time of year. Thus, analyses that the second show caused some huge backlash against CA is (lie reports of Mark Twain's premature death), "greatly exaggerated."

Moreover, one of Voris' prime and repeated claims is that Catholic Answers won't speak out against problems in the Church because this would alienate the "hand that feeds them": i.e., the bishops. But this is patently false, since, as Karl Keating revealed in his comment, cited above, that isn't their source of income at all:

Catholic Answers never has asked for, and never has received, grants from bishops. It always has been our policy not to ask the Church to underwrite our work. (Of course, when we send a speaker to a parish, the parish pays an honorarium and travel and lodging expenses.)

We observe a sort of love-hate relationship between Voris and Catholic Answers: he "loves" the organization because it does great apologetics work (as he continues to admit even now), but he blasts it on the following two grounds:
1) Making out that the two Catholic Answers Live shows on radical Catholic reactionaries also trashed mainstream "traditionalists": a completely different group.

2) CA is supposedly fundamentally compromised and won't speak out against liberal, heterodox dissidents or problems in the Church, because this would dry up financial support from the bishops.

Demonstrably wrong on both counts (and I argue the second point at length in my next critique). So why does Voris keep reiterating these falsehoods over and over? If he never listened to the two shows in question or never read the articles about them, how could he make such a comment? That would be journalistic irresponsibility and incompetence. On the other hand, if he had done so, then one can only conclude that he is deliberately misrepresenting, which is even worse.

Take your pick: incompetence and shoddy, "hit piece" sensationalistic journalism  (a la The National Enquirer) or a desire to lie about a fantastic Catholic apologetics organization: one that I am very proud and honored to be associated with (radio appearances, articles in their magazine, book published by them).

His follow-up Vortex video of 8-30-13 was even more dubious. It was clearly at least partially damage control for the previous one. He was saying (paraphrase), "it's not about how much money people make. No one cares about that . . . "

Really? So he puts ou
t a video, revealing exact salaries of people by name, then he wants to walk that back and claim that he wasn't objecting to how much money apologists and other lay public Catholic figures make (now that there is an uproar in many venues online about that very thing, with people expressing the usual class envy and "anti-apologetics" tendencies)?

That's an insult to everyone's intelligence (i.e., anyone with an IQ higher than a pencil eraser). You don't reveal someone's salary (and tell yours in comparison) if you are not objecting to it in some fashion. He clearly was.

Catholic Answers has made it crystal clear again and again, both in the shows, follow-up shows, and in articles and on their forum, that they are opposing radical Catholic reactionaries only, not legitimate mainstream "traditionalists" (those who love the TLM, etc.). For Voris and others to misrepresent that or create a caricature of it is unconscionable. But they keep doing it. The truth always triumphs in the end. spreading falsehood only harms the person who is promulgating it, in the long run. God is not mocked. He sees what is happening; and He alone knows the true motivations and intent of people's hearts. We don't. We can only speculate. But falsehoods can be demonstrated and proven by counter-factual information, to be what they are.


Radical Catholic Reactionary-ism constantly exhibits an exclusivisitic, sectarian, "we're the cream of the crop and the other guys are second-class" mindset. It's spiritual elitism, pride, and pharisaism. It's a regurgitation of the historical error of what is called "rigorism" (Donatists, Novatians, Montanists, Jansenists, etc.).

The overall worldview or mentality is what causes so much damage. Michael Voris is in all likelihood a fine person and good Catholic, but he is better than his worldview. This is the problem. People adopt certain premises and conclusions following from them, and then it's off to the dog races. One falsehood breeds another.

The devil has a field day. He loves to exploit this sort of thing. Get otherwise good Catholics fighting tooth and nail against each other . . . Even when apologists like myself (and other commenters) roundly condemn this because it's wrong, we get accused of doing the same thing that we are opposing with all our might (because people don't make crucial distinctions).

Because of his prior false and confused presuppositions, Voris winds up doing a video like this, that even has many of his own "followers" upset and wondering why in the world he is stooping to such low levels (read some of the comments on his own Facebook page).

He knows he blew it (it seems clear to me), which is why he started walking it back with his next video. But in any event, it's his reputation and his apostolate . . . he'll be harmed more than anyone if he continues on this very troubling trajectory.
   

[see also the vigorous Facebook discussion about this post and related issues, including my analysis of "how much money is too much?" for Catholic lay workers and apostolates] 




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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Books by Dave Armstrong: The Quotable Newman, Vol. II

 [290 pages; completed on 26 August 2013 and published at Lulu on 27 August 2013]

--- For purchase information, go to the bottom of the page ---


Introduction
[see also the Introduction and Book Page for Vol. I]

While this volume continues the “work” of The Quotable Newman (Sophia Institute Press, 2012), it should be noted that most of the topics are different, though there is some overlap, too. Thus, “supplement” would more accurately describe the contents herein.

The first volume hit the major, “obligatory” theological topics. This one is more wide-ranging and perhaps also more “fun” (in a sense) for Newman devotees. Examples of the latter aspect might include Blessed Cardinal Newman's reflections upon his own writing and books, science and Christianity, heaven and hell, old age, and Ireland and Irishmen. 

The citations also tend to be relatively shorter, and to include proportionately more material from his correspondence.

I managed to locate two additional volumes of Letters and Diaries for this work: volumes 27 and 28: covering the years of 1874-1878. These individual portions of the massive, fifty-years-in-the-making 32-volume set are quite expensive. One is fortunate to find even used copies for less than $50 (some cost as much as $500). It's likely, then, that most people who are interested in Newman at all, have not accessed these books. 

They contain a lot of excellent observations and “gems” on a variety of topics, that I was delighted to find and now to pass along, for the education and edification of the reader. 

Once again, theology is the overwhelming emphasis, so some topics that one might expect to find, or find in much greater depth, will be missing for that reason. But those interested in Cardinal Newman's Catholic and doctrinal thinking and beliefs will, I trust, be satisfied with what I have compiled. Enjoy!

Excerpts

[all from Facebook]


On His Own Sermons

On Theological Anti-Catholicism

On the Inevitability of Protestant Tradition Decisively Influencing Biblical Exegesis

On the Necessity of Interpretation of Even Clear Scripture, and the Sensus Fidelium

On Modernist Skepticism 

On Communion in One Kind, the Authority of the Catholic Church, and Related Anglican Criticisms

On Papal Infallibility and Interpretation of  Magisterial Documents

On Potential Catholic Converts Right on the Edge of Being Convinced

Newman Foresees Internet Mind-Reading and Rabbit Trails

On Truth Wherever it is Found, and in its Good Time

Not All Can Debate Well (Newman Included)

On the Orthodoxy of Catholic Universities

On Poisoning the Wells

On the Indefectibility of the Church

On Paganism and Christianity

On Distortions Regarding the Catholic Doctrine of Papal Infallibility

Vatican I Defined God as the Author of the Biblical Books


Misc.

The Quotable Newman and The Quotable Newman, Vol. II: Complete Index of Correspondents


 Index of Topics 


 [topics colored in blue were also included in Vol. I (39 total). All other topics are only found in Vol. II] 
[Total topics in both volumes: 259 (Vol. I = 123 / Vol. II additional topics = 136). ]

Allegorical Method (p. 21)
Altar Calls (p. 21)
Altars (p. 21)
Anathemas (p. 22)
Angels (p. 23)
Anglicanism (p. 23)
Anti-Catholicism (Prejudice) (p. 23)
Anti-Catholicism (Theological) (p. 29)
Antichrist (p. 31)
Apologetics and Evangelism (p.32)
Apologia pro Vita sua (p. 33)
Apostates; Apostasy (p. 38)
Arianism (p. 39)
Aristotle (p. 42)
Art (p. 42)
Atheism and Agnosticism (p. 42)
Babylon, Whore of (p. 45)
Beatific Vision  (p. 46)
Beauty (p. 46)
Bishops (p. 47)
Cardinalate (His Own) (p. 47)
Cardinals (p. 49)
Catechumens (p. 49)
Celibacy (p. 51)
Charity; Almsgiving (p. 52)
Church, The (Ecclesiology) (p. 53)
Church and Salvation (p. 54)
Church and Social Change (p. 55)
Church and State; Caesaropapism; Erastianism (p. 57)
Church Buildings (p. 59)
Church Government (p. 60)
Church, Indefectibility of (p. 61)
Church, Infallibility of (p. 62)
Church (“Roman Catholic”: Anglican View of) (p. 63)
Church, Sinners in (p. 65)
Church, Visible (vs. Invisible) (p. 74)
Circumincession / Coinherence / Perichoresis (p. 78)
Communism (p. 80)
Confession (p. 80)
Conscience (p. 80)
Conversion and Converts (p. 81)
Conversion (His Own) (p. 83)
Cosmological Argument for God’s Existence (p. 84)
Councils, Ecumenical (p. 85)
Creation; Nature (p. 85)
Creeds (p. 85)
Crucifixes (p. 86)
“Dark Ages” (Anti-Catholic Myth of) (p. 87)
Denominationalism; Sectarianism (p. 88)
Development (of Doctrine) (p. 95)
Devotions (p. 95)
Discipleship (p. 97)
Discussion; Argument (p. 102)
Divorce (p. 108)
Doctors of the Church (p. 108)
Ecumenism; Non-Catholics (p. 109)
Englishmen (p. 116)
Enthusiasm, Religious (Derogatory Sense) (p. 118)
Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent (p. 119)
Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine (p. 123)
Eucharist: Communion in One Species (p. 128)
Evil, Problem of (p. 129)
Exegesis (of Scripture) (p. 132)
Exorcism (p. 132)
Experience, Religious (p. 133)
Faith (p. 133)
Faith and Reason (p. 139)
Faith and Works (p. 140)
Faith, “Blind” (Charge Against Catholics) (p. 140)
Fasting and Abstinence (p. 141)
Galileo (p. 141)
Geocentrist Cosmology (p. 142)
God and Moral Law (p. 144)
God’s Love (p. 144)
Grace (p. 146)
Happiness (p. 146)
Healings (p. 146)
Heaven (p. 147)
Hell (p. 148)
Heresy; Heresies (p. 152)
Hermeneutics (Interpretation of Scripture) (p. 157)
Idolatry (p. 160)
Ignorance, Invincible (p. 161)
Infidels (p. 162)
Inquisition / Temporal Punishments (p. 163)
Ireland and Irishmen (p. 164)
Jesus: Judaism and (p. 166)
Jesus: Sacred Heart Devotion (p. 166)
Joy (p. 167)
Judas (p. 168)
Judgment (p. 169)
Laity; the Faithful (p. 172)
Last Days (p. 172)
Latitudinarianism (p. 172)
Law and Gospel; Antinomianism (p. 173)
Letter to the Duke of Norfolk (p. 178)
Liberalism and Nominalism, Theological (p. 179)
Liberalism and “Progress” (Political) (p. 179)
Lies (p. 180)
Liturgy (p. 180)
Lutheranism (p. 180)
Martyrs (p. 182)
Mary, Blessed Virgin (General) (p. 183)
Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of (p. 183)
Mary: Holiness and Immaculate Conception (p. 184)
Mary, Perpetual Virginity of (p. 184)
Mary: Seat of Wisdom (p. 185)
Mary, Sufferings of (p. 186)
Materialism (Wealth for its Own Sake) (p. 187)
Matter (p. 189)
Methodism (p. 189)
Monks and Nuns (p. 191)
Music (p. 192)
Novels (p. 193)
Old Age (p. 193)
Old Catholics (Those Who Reject Papal Infallibility) (p. 195)
Ordination; Holy Orders (p. 196)
Oxford (p. 196)
Oxford University Sermons (p. 197)
Paganism and Christianity; Classics (p. 197)
Papal Infallibility (p. 201)
Papal Sins, Limitations, and Lack of Impeccability (p. 206)
Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy (p. 207)
Parochial and Plain Sermons (p. 207)
Perspicuity (Total Clearness) of Scripture (Falsity of) (p. 208)
Prayer (p. 209)
Preaching (p. 210)
Presbyterianism (p. 211)
Prophecy (p. 212)
Protestantism; Evangelicalism (p. 213)
Providence (p. 216)
Psalms (p. 218)
Purgatory (p. 218)
Rationalism (vs. Faith) (p. 219)
“Reformation” (Protestant) (p. 222)
Repentance (p. 222)
Revelation (p. 223)
Revivalism and Pietism (Excesses of) (p. 224)
Rosary, The (p. 225)
Rule of Faith / "Three-Legged Stool" (Bible-Church-Tradition) (p. 225)
Sabbath and Sunday Worship (p. 227)
Saints and Holiness (p. 228)
Saints, Invocation of (p. 233)
Salvation: Absolute Assurance of, Unattainable (p. 233)
Salvation, Moral Assurance of (p. 233)
Satire (p. 234)
Schism (p. 234)
Scholasticism; Schoolmen (p. 234)
Science and Christianity (p. 235)
Scientism (p. 246)
Scripture (p. 249)
Scripture, Inspiration of (p. 249)
Second Coming of Christ (p. 249)
Secularism (p. 250)
Sin (p. 252)
Skepticism (p. 255)
Sloganism (in Religion) (p. 256)
Superstition (p. 258)
Teleological Argument for God (Argument from Design) (p. 259)
Temptation (p. 260)
Testimony, Eyewitness (p. 261)
Theology and Theologians (p. 261)
Theosis; Deification (p. 265)
Tracts for the Times (p. 266)
Tradition (p. 269)
Transubstantiation (p. 269)
Truth (p. 270)
Universities, Catholic (p. 273)
Visions (p. 274)
Vocation (Calling) (p. 274)
Witchcraft (p. 278)
World, The (World System; Cosmos) (p. 278)
Worship (p. 280)
Writing (Books, Correspondence, Articles) (p. 280)
Writings (His Own) (p. 283)


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The Quotable Newman and The Quotable Newman, Vol. II: Complete Index of Correspondents



The portion in regular black color below was part of my original 691-page manuscript, The Quotable Newman. That was trimmed down to 415 pages for the Sophia edition (Sophia decided not to include the Index, for space' sake), leaving many of the citations for the second volume. 

I didn't want all this work to go to waste, and decided to add the data from Vol. II, to make it complete. Even though it isn't included in either volume, it has, I think, some usefulness in finding persons whom Cardinal Newman wrote to often, and for the factual information of their birth and death dates and conversion  data, where known.

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[blue color = The Quotable Newman, Vol. II citation. All listings in black are from The Quotable Newman]


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Lord Acton (John Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton) [1834-1902]

19 July 1862 (Development of Doctrine)
19 July 1862 (Inquisition)

Lord Edwin Richard Windham Adare [1812-1871]

31 August 1846 (Development of Doctrine)
31 August 1846 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)

Archdeacon John Allen [1810-1886]

8 January 1846 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
12 April 1875 (Grace)
12 April 1875 (Scripture)

Thomas William (T. W.) Allies [1813-1903]

30 September 1842 (Fathers of the Church)
30 November 1879 (Liberalism and Nominalism; Theological)
30 November 1879 (Writing: His Own)

Mrs. Elizabeth Anstice [1807-1889]

18 December 1845 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
18 December 1845 (Papal Infallibility)
20 December 1845 (Conversion and Converts)

Charles Appleton [1841-1879]

12 Jan. 1874 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)

William Henry Archer [1825-1909]

25 Feb. 1878 (Oxford)

Arthur Arnold [1833-1902]

22 September 1872 (Papal Infallibility)

Matthew Arnold [1822-1888]

3 December 1871 (Communism)
3 December 1871 (Laity; the Faithful)
3 Jan. 1876 (Laity; the Faithful)
3 Jan. 1876 (Truth)
3 Jan. 1876 (Universities, Catholic)

Thomas Arnold [1823-1900; convert]

12 October 1862 (Fathers of the Church)

Edward Lowth Badely [1803-1868; Tractarian; received in 1852]

10 February 1842 (Heresy)
10 February 1842 (Lutheranism)
23 August 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
19 October 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
19 October 1845 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)

Bishop Richard Bagot of Oxford [1782-1854]

1841 (Baptism, Infant)
1841 (Church: “Roman Catholic”: Anglican View of)
1841 (Development of Doctrine)
1841 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)
1841 (Fathers of the Church)
1841 (Parochial and Plain Sermons)
1841 (Saints, Invocation of)
1841 (Tracts for the Times)
11 November 1841 (Denominationalism; Sectarianism)

George Sherston Baker [1814-1875]

9 March 1875 (Conscience)


Harmood W. Banner

8 November 1845 (Conversion: His Own)

George Slatyer Barrett [1839-1916]

13 October 1882 (Devotions)

Henry Spencer Kenrick Bellairs [b. 1840]

21 March 1882 (Science and Christianity)

Edward Bellasis [1800-1873; Tractarian; received in 1850]

16 February 1842 (Conversion: His Own)
5 August 1861 (Vocation: Calling)
20 August 1861 (Vocation: Calling)
Jan. or Feb. 1870 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)

Mrs. Edward Bellasis [1815-1898]

4 Jan. 1875 (Letter to the Duke of Norfolk)

Edward Bellasis, Jr. [1852-1922]

7 Oct. 1874 [Conversion; His Own] 

Lady Constance Bellingham [d. 1891]

10 August 1877 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)

Henry Bittleston [1816-1886]

14 June 1882 (Papal Infallibility)

John Rouse Bloxam [1837-1891]

18 Jan. 1876 (Conversion; His Own)
24 July 1877 (Oxford)
Eyton Bond

5 December 1884 (Hell)
12 December 1884 (Hell)

Sister Mary Gabriel (Susan) du Boulay [1826-1906; received in 1850]

25 June 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
2 January 1870 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)
2 January 1870 (Writing: His Own)

Henry Bourne

13 June 1848 (Conversion: His Own)

John William (J. W.) Bowden [1798-1844; Tractarian]

5 January 1840 (Conversion: His Own)
21 February 1840 (Conversion: His Own)
29 December 1842 (Oxford University Sermons)
21 February 1844 (Conversion: His Own)

Mrs. J. W. (Elizabeth) Bowden [1805-1896; received in July 1846]

1 March 1846 (Conversion: His Own)
1 March 1846 (Eucharist)
22 March 1846 (Conversion and Converts)
22 March 1846 (Conversion: His Own)
18 April 1846 (Conversion: His Own)
27 June 1846 (Providence)
24 November 1848 (Saints and Holiness)

Marianne Frances (Maggie) Bowden [1839-1926]

5 June 1866 (Conversion and Converts)
5 June 1866 (God’s Love)

Emily Bowles [1818-1905; received in 1843]

19 May 1863 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
1 May 1865 (Laity; the Faithful)
16 April 1866 (Conversion and Converts)
16 April 1866 (Theology and Theologians)
16 April 1866 (Writing: His Own)
11 November 1866 (Reform, Catholic)
8 January 1867 (Vocation: Calling)
30 April 1871 (Reform, Catholic)
5 January 1882 (Infidels)
15 June 1882 (Skepticism)

Lord Braye [1849-1928]

29 October 1882 (Old Age)
4 June 1884 (Vocation: Calling)

David Brown [1803-1897]


4 April 1874 (Science and Christianity)
14 Jan. 1875 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)
14 Jan. 1875 (Liberalism and Nominalism, Theological)
23 April 1878 (Writings; His Own)

William Robert Brownlow [1830-1901]

25 October 1863 (Images)
13 April 1870 (Teleological Argument)

Miss Emily Buchanan

16 April 1875 (Conversion and Converts)

Reginald Buckler, O. P. [1840-1927; received in 1855]

15 April 1870 (Mary: Holiness and Immaculate Conception)
15 April 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
15 April 1870 (Theology and Theologians)

Frederick Capes [1816-1888]

2 December 1849 (Hell)
16 September 1850 (Science and Christianity)
14 November 1850 (Science and Christianity)

John Moore (J. M.) Capes [1812-1889; received in 1845, left the Church but later returned]

14 December 1848 (Protestantism; Evangelicalism)
14 December 1848 (Purgatory)
12 September 1872 (Papal Infallibility)

C. C. Catcliffe

6 January 1867 (Anglicanism)

Ulric Edmund Emmanuel Charlton [1855-1917]

2 October 1883 (Paganism and Christianity)

Lady Chatterton (Henrietta Georgiana Marcia Lascelles) [1806-1876]

26 May 1874 (Novels)

Mrs. Lydia Rose Christie [received in 1879]

5 November 1879 (Conversion and Converts)
29 December 1881 (Discussion; Argument)

Richard William (R. W.) Church [1815-1890; Tractarian]

24 December 1841 (Anglicanism)
24 December 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
25 December 1841 (Anglicanism)
23 April 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
26 April 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
2 May 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
11 July 1865 (Music)
12 April 1875 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics) 
11 March 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)

Mrs. William Robinson Clark

22 Nov. 1875 (Conversion and Converts)
31 Dec. 1875 (Conversion and Converts) 
27 Sep. 1876 (Papal Infallibility) 

Bishop William Joseph Hugh Clifford of Clifton [1823-1893]

3 October 1883 (Scripture)

Robert Aston (R. A.) Coffin [1819-1885; received in Dec. 1845]

27 October 1848 (Writing)

Sir Henry Cole [1808-1882]

23 Oct. 1877 (Paganism and Christianity; Classics)

Edward Coleridge [1800-1883]

12 November 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
16 November 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
3 July 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
5 Nov. 1877 (Writings: His Own)

Henry James Coleridge [1822-1893]

26 April 1867 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
13 March 1870 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)
5 February 1871 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)
5 February 1871 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
5 February 1871 (Old Age)

John Coleridge [1820-1894]

18 March 1884 (Writings: His Own)

Sir William Henry Cope [1811-1883]

10 December 1871 (Papal Infallibility)
13 February 1875 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
13 February 1875 (Papal Infallibility)

William John Copeland [1804-1885; Tractarian]

19 April 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
20 April 1873 (Discussion; Argument)
5 April 1874 (Writings; His Own)

Augustus Craven

13 April 1875 (Development of Doctrine)

A. H. Cullen

12 July 1877 (Church, Sinners in)
12 July 1877 (Judgment)

John Dobrée (J. D.) Dalgairns [1818-1876; Tractarian; received in Sep. 1845]

10 December 1845 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
15 November 1846 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
8 December 1846 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
31 December 1846 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)

Margaret Dalrymple 

10 April 1874  (Eucharist: Communion in One Species)

O'Neill Daunt

7 August 1870 (Papal Infallibility)

Shirley Day

27 September 1884 (Anglicanism)

William Dodsworth [1798-1861; received in 1850]

19 November 1839 (Conversion and Converts)
27 December 1841 (Conversion: His Own)

Sir James John Louis Donnet [1816-1905]

5 May 1883 (Witchcraft)

George T. Edwards

8 November 1882 (Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction)
8 November 1882 (Sacraments)
15 April 1883 (Atonement)
2 June 1883 (Gospel; Good News)
2 June 1883 (Salvation)
9 June 1883 (Crucifixes)
24 February 1887 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)

Thomas Edwards

15 April 1875 (Papal Infallibility)

Edgar Edmund (Canon) Estcourt [1816-1884; received in Dec. 1845]

2 June 1860 (Conversion and Converts)

Frederick William Faber [1814-1863; received in Nov. 1845]

4 October 1848 (Tractarianism)

John Finlayson [1840-1906]

3 October 1874 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
9 March 1875 (Theology and Theologians) 

John Cowley Fisher [1807-1887]

22 April 1875 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)


John Woulfe Flanagan [1852-1929]

10 February 1881 (Writing)

William Foran

16 Oct. 1876 (Papal Infallibility)

Henry Formby [1816-1884; received in Jan. 1846]

19 or 20 October 1848 (Liberalism and Nominalism; Theological)

Robert E. Forsaith

25 Dec. 1876 (Devotions) 
25 Dec. 1876 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)

George Fottrell

10 December 1873 (Laity; the Faithful)

Mrs. William (Catherine) Froude [1809 or 1810-1878; received in 1857]

5 April 1839 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
9 April 1844 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
9 June 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
1 June 1845 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
10 June 1845 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
10 June 1845 (Writing: His Own)
16 June 1848 (Anglicanism)
16 June 1848 (Conversion and Converts)
16 June 1848 (Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction)
16 June 1848 (Saints, Intercession of)
27 June 1848 (Faith)
27 June 1848 (Faith and Works)
2 January 1855 (Devotions)
2 January 1855 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)
8 August 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
March 1871 (Development of Doctrine)
March 1871 (Mary: Holiness and Immaculate Conception)
March 1871 (Papal Infallibility)
c. Oct. 1871 (Papal Infallibility)
9 July 1876 (Old Age)

Eliza Margaret (Isy) Froude [1840-1931]

24 April 1875 (Church, Infallibility of) 
24 April 1875 (Papal Infallibility) 
28 July 1875 (Papal Infallibility) 
28 July 1875 (Perspicuity [Total Clearness] of Scripture [Falsity of])
15 March 1877 (God and Moral Law)
24 Nov. 1878 (Satire)

William Froude [1810-1879]

11 August 1851 (Confession)
16 April 1879 (Discussion; Argument)
29 April 1879 (Development of Doctrine)
29 April 1879 (Papal Infallibility)
29 April 1879 (Science and Christianity)

Lady Georgiana Fullerton [1812-1885]

21 October 1864 (Papal Infallibility)
10 Nov. 1874 (Old Age)
10 Nov. 1874 (Writing; His Own)
19 Jan. 1975 (Apologetics and Evangelism)

Charles Wellington (Canon) Furse [1821-1900]

2 May 1870 (Absolution)
29 August 1873 (Conversion: His Own)

Miss Maria Rosina (M. R.) de Giberne (Sister Maria Pia after 1863) [1802-1885; received in Dec. 1845]

7 November 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
8 January 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
30 March 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
28 January 1846 (Conversion: His Own)
2 February 1846 (Conversion and Converts)
11 February 1846 (The Church: Ecclesiology)
6 June 1848 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
10 February 1869 (Cardinalate: His Own)
10 February 1869 (Theology and Theologians)
25 July 1876 (Prayer)
22 January 1878 (Angels)

William Ewart Gladstone [1809-1898]

26 Feb. 1875 (Conversion; His Own] 

William Philip Gordon [1827-1900]

28 Feb. 1876 (Prayer)

Miss H.

31 December 1850 (Art)

Mother Margaret Mary Hallahan [1802-1868]

25 June 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)

Anthony John (A. J.) Hanmer [1817-1907; received in Dec. 1849]

11 December 1845 (Conversion and Converts)
10 February 1848 (Anglicanism)
10 February 1848 (Conversion and Converts)
10 February 1848 (Conversion: His Own)
10 February 1848 (Faith)

Thomas Norton Harper, S. J. [1821-1893]

18 February 1864 (Discussion; Argument)

John Hayes

13 April 1869 (Writing: His Own)

Lady Herbert of Lea [1822-1911]

29 June 1874 (Conversion and Converts) 
28 April 1875 (Conversion and Converts)
6 October 1879 (Skepticism)

Lady (Margaret) Heywood [received in 1876]

15 Nov. 1875 (Conversion and Converts) 
8 March 1876 (Faith and Reason) 
8 March 1876 (Church, The [Ecclesiology]) 

Edmond G. A. Holmes [1850-1936]

13 Aug. 1875 (Scientism)

Miss Mary Holmes [c. 1815-1878; received in 1844]

15 August 1841 (Conversion and Converts)
15 August 1841 (Saints, Invocation of)
6 December 1841 (Eucharist)
1 August 1842  (Conversion and Converts)
8 February 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
7 April 1850 (Orthodoxy)
31 July 1850 (Grace)
31 July 1850 (Mary: Intercessor, Mediatrix, and Spiritual Mother)
18 November 1859 (Writing: His Own)
17 October 1861 (Purgatory)
2 March 1870 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)
2 March 1870 (Writing: His Own)
15 May 1871 (Papal Infallibility)
7 August 1874 (Music)
24 Feb. 1875 (Salvation: Absolute Assurance of, Unattainable)
24 Feb. 1875 (Salvation, Moral Assurance of)

James Robert (J. R.) Hope (Hope-Scott after 1853) [1812-1873; received in 1851]

17 October 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
19 November 1841 (Conversion and Converts)
24 November 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
2 December 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
14 May 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
10 June 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
23 December 1845 (Providence)
2 May 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
11 April 1867 (Papal Infallibility)

Hope-Scott, Mary Monica [1852-1920]

28 April 1875 (Old Age)

Gerard Manley Hopkins [1844-1889; received in 1866]

3 March 1887 (Ireland and Irishmen)

Vincent Joseph Hornyold, S. J. [1849-1929]

6 April 1879 (Providence)

Lord Edward Howard of Glossop [1818-1883]

27 April 1872 (Councils, Ecumenical)
27 April 1872 (Papal Infallibility)
27 April 1872 (Trent, Council of)

Baron Friedrich von Hügel [1852-1925]

15 Jan. 1875 (Writings; His Own)
12 July 1877 (Evil, Problem of)

Arthur Wollaston Hutton [1848-1912]

20 August 1879 (Writing: His Own)

Richard Holt Hutton [1826-1897]

12 October 1883 (Papal Sins, Limitations, and lack of Impeccability)
12 October 1883 (Reform, Catholic)

Père Hyacinthe

24 November 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
24 November 1870 (Schism)

R. W. Jelf

1841 (Anglicanism)
1841 (Apologetics and Evangelism)
1841 (Church: “Roman Catholic”: Anglican View of)
1841 (Images)
1841 (Saints, Invocation of)
1841 (Trent, Council of)

Robert Charles Jenkins [1815-1896]

25 Feb. 1875 (Papal Infallibility) 
2 Dec. 1875 (Papal Sins, Limitations, and Lack of Impeccability) 
2 Dec. 1875 (Rule of Faith)
24 July 1876 (Church, Indefectibility of) 
27 Feb. 1877 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
11 January 1879 (Mary: Assumption of)

James Jones, S. J. [1829-1893]

22 Jan. 1875 (Writing: His Own)
2 April 1881 (Writing: His Own)

John Keble [1792-1866; Tractarian]

24 October 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
26 December 1841 (Anglicanism)
14 March 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
4 May 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
4 May 1843 (Papal Infallibility)
18 May 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
20 August 1843 (Writing: His Own)
6 September 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
23 January 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
26 February 1844 (Idolatry)
8 June 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
13 June 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
21 November 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
15 August 1863 (Angels)
27 April 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)

Lady Henry Kerr [1811-1884]

4 Jan. 1875 (Letter to the Duke of Norfolk

James Knowles [1831-1908]

7 April 1875 (Papal Infallibility)

Mrs. Frederick George Lee [1838-1890]

2 April 1881 (Saints, Communion of; Veneration of)

William Leigh, Jr. [1829-1906]

24 November 1873 (Paganism and Christianity)

Pope Leo XIII [1810-1903; became pope in 1878]

August 1879 (Apologetics and Evangelism)

William Samuel (W. S.) Lilly [1840-1919]

23 Jan. 1875 (Ordination; Holy Orders) 
25 July 1876 (Science and Christianity)
7 December 1882 (Science and Christianity)
17 August 1884 (Tradition, Apostolic)

Ambrose Phillipps de Lisle [1809-1878]

April or May 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
24 July 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
6 Nov. 1874 (Papal Infallibility)
9 Jan. 1875 (Letter to the Duke of Norfolk)
12 February 1875 (Teleological Argument)
12 March 1875 (Church, The [Ecclesiology] )
21 May 1876 (Truth)

Richard Frederick Littledale [1833-1890]

9 March 1879 (Discussion; Argument)

Mrs. Alexander (Martha) Lockhart [c. 1798-1872; received in July 1846]

26 June 1846 (Conversion: His Own)
26 June 1846 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)

Frederick Lucas [1812-1855; received in 1839]

20 January 1848 (Anglicanism)
20 January 1848  (Discussion; Argument)
20 January 1848 (Englishmen)

William Rowe (W. R.) Lyall [1788-1857]

16 July 1842 (Anglicanism)

Archibald MacCall [1852-1926; received in 1875]

27 April 1874 (Anglicanism)
27 April 1874 (Conversion and  Converts)

Malcolm MacColl [1831-1907]

6 March 1875 (Councils, Ecumenical)

Henry Edward Cardinal Manning [1808-1892; received in 1851; bishop in 1865 and Cardinal in 1875]

14 October 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
25 October 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
24 December 1843 (Conversion: His Own)

William Maskell [1814-1890; received in June 1870]

15 February 1876 (Papal Infallibility)
15 February 1876 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)

Mrs. Maskell

6 January 1877 (Liberalism and Nominalism; Theological)

Mr. McGhee

28 April 1842 (Discussion; Argument)

Charles Meynell [1828-1882]

27 July 1869 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)

C. R. Miller

22 April 1875 (Perspicuity [Total Clearness] of  Scripture [Falsity of])

William Monsell [1812-1892; received in 1850 (later, Lord Emly)]

17 June 1863 (Church and State; Caesaropapism; Erastianism)
9 Oct. 1874 (Papal Infallibility)
30 April 1877 (Church, Indefectibility of)

Robert Monteith [1812-1884; received in 1846]

21 July 1848 (Anglicanism)

Edward Moore [1835-1916]

16 June 1878 (Purgatory)

Bishop David Moriarty [1814-1877]

Early 1870 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
20 March 1870 (Papal Infallibility)

John Morley [1838-1923]

20 Nov. 1877 (Writings; His Own)

Anne Mozley [1809-1891; sister-in-law of Newman’s sisters]

30 Dec. 1874 (Conversion; His Own) 
25 April 1876 (Old Age)
6 July 1878 (Discussion; Argument) 
6 July 1878 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
1 March 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)

Harriett (Mrs. Thomas) Mozley [1803-1852; oldest of Newman’s sisters]

29 September 1843 (Conversion: His Own)

Henry Williams Mozley

25 July 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)

James Bowling (J. B.) Mozley [1813-1878]

1 September 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
24 November 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
2 April 1845 (Conversion: His Own)

Jemima (Mrs. John) Mozley [1808-1879; Newman’s second eldest sister]

25 February 1840 (Conversion: His Own)
15 March 1841 (Writing: His Own)
16 November 1841 (Conversion and Converts)
28 August 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
22 September 1843 (Conversion: His Own)
21 May 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
24 November 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
December 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
22 December 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
11 February 1845 (Conversion and Converts)
15 March 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
17 August 1845 (Writing: His Own)
9 October 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
14 October 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
2 December 1848 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
18 May 1863 (Writing)
18 May 1863 (Writing: His Own)

John Rickards Mozley [1840-1931; son of John and Jemima Mozley; Newman’s nephew]

19 April 1874 (Church, Sinners in)
19 April 1874 (Science and Christianity) 
19 April 1874 (Scientism) 
1 April 1875 (Church and Social Change)
1 April 1875 (Evil, Problem of)
1 April 1875 (Faith and Reason) 
4 April 1875 (Atheism and Agnosticism)
4 April 1875 (Church, Sinners in)
4 April 1875 (Inquisition / Temporal Punishments)
4 April 1875 (Papal Sins, Limitations, and Lack of Impeccability)

21 April 1875 (Denominationalism; Sectarianism)
21 April 1875 (Church, Sinners in)
3 Dec. 1875 (Church, The [Ecclesiology])
3 Dec. 1875 (Paganism and Christianity; Classics)
10 Nov. 1877 (Materialism [Wealth for its Own Sake])
10 Nov. 1877 (Science and Christianity) 
10 March 1878 (Discussion; Argument)
26 February 1880 (Beatific Vision)
24 October 1881 (Ireland and Irishmen)
March 1884 (God’s Love)

Thomas Mozley [1806-1893]

7 March 1841 (Tracts for the Times)

Miss G. Munro [c. 1823-c. 1913; received in Nov. 1845]

11 February 1850 (Saints and Holiness)

J. J. Murphy

1 June 1873 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)
1 June 1873 (Total Depravity)

C. J. Myers

25 February 1844 (Conversion: His Own)

J. H. Willis Nevins 

19 June 1874 (Church, Infallibility of) 
25 June 1874 (Church, Infallibility of) 
25 June 1874 (Mary: Holiness and Immaculate Conception)

Francis William Newman [1805-1897; Newman’s youngest brother]

18 January 1860 (Atheism and Agnosticism)
18 January 1860 (Conversion and Converts)

Duke of Norfolk (Henry Fitzalan Howard) [1847-1917]

20 February 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)
16 May 1879 (Angels)
1 January 1880 (Writing: His Own)

James Spencer Northcote [1821-1907; received in Jan. 1846]

8 February 1846 (Conversion: His Own)
8 February 1846 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
20 Sep. 1874 (Doctors of the Church)
20 Sep. 1874 (Saints and Holiness)

John William Ogle [1824-1905]

4 January 1882 (Teleological Argument)

P. Sprague Oram

6 May 1884 (Grace)

Miss (Jane) Parker

9 October 1846 (Conversion: His Own)

Mrs. Pearson

1 April 1881 (Saints, Communion of; Veneration of)


William Goodenough Penny [1815-1885]

20 May 1878 (Scripture, Inspiration of)

A. P. Perceval

12 March 1841 (Tracts for the Times)

Alfred Reginald Perring

29 March 1879 (Conversion: His Own)

E. J. Phipps

3 July 1848 (Anglicanism)
3 July 1848 (The Church: Ecclesiology)
3 July 1848 (Conversion: His Own)
3 July 1848 (Discussion; Argument)

Sister Maria Pia

[see Miss Maria Rosina (M. R.) de Giberne]

Basil Montague Pickering [1835-1878]

23 Oct. 1877 (Papal Infallibility)

John Julius Plumer [1814-1875; received in 1846]

19 June 1846 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)

Alfred Plummer [1841-1926]

21 Feb. 1876 (Liberalism and Nominalism, Theological) 
17 Oct. 1876 (Discussion; Argument)
4 March 1878 (Oxford)

Charles John Plumptre [1818-1887]

7 June 1874 (Englishmen)


Edward Hayes Plumptre [1821-1891]

14 September 1884 (Faith and Reason)

Mrs. John Podmore

12 Feb. 1875 (Papal Infallibility)

Mother Mary Imelda Poole [1815-1881]

25 June 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
2 April 1866 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)
Jan. or Feb. 1870 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)
March 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)

Simeon Lloyd (S. L.) Pope [1802-1855]

4 September 1842 (Anglicanism)
4 September 1842 (Conversion and Converts)

Edward Bouverie Pusey [1800-1882; Tractarian]

20 March 1841? (Creation; Nature)
16 October 1842 (Conversion: His Own)
19 February 1844 (Conversion: His Own)
25 February 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
14 March 1845 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
21 February 1846 (Conversion and Converts)
5 September 1865 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
5 September 1865 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)
17 November 1865 (Papal Infallibility)
23 March 1867 (Beatific Vision)
23 March 1867 (Doctrine; Dogma)
23 March 1867 (Galileo)
23 March 1867 (Papal Infallibility)
23 March 1867 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
23 March 1867 (Rule of Faith)
20 April 1874 (Writings; His Own)
4 January 1879 (Hell)

Peter le Page Renouf [1822-1897]

21 June 1868 (Papal Infallibility)

Samuel Rickards [1796-1865]

1 December 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
1 December 1841 (Writing: His Own)

Frederick Rogers (Lord Blachford after 1871) [1811-1889; Tactarian]

22 September 1839 (Conversion: His Own)
25 November 1840 (Conversion: His Own)
10 January 1841 (Discussion; Argument)
22 April 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
1 May 1864 (Apologia pro Vita sua)
3 June 1874 (Apologetics and Evangelism) 
11 April 1875 (Letter to the Duke of Norfolk
11 April 1875 (Old Age)
7 Nov. 1875 (Skepticism) 
17 Nov. 1875 (Matter) 
11 Dec. 1877 (Skepticism)

Miss Rowe

21 June 1874 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
3 Sep. 1874 (Transubstantiation)
7 March 1875 (Temptation)

Charles William Russell [1812-1880]

13 April 1841 (Saints, Communion of; Veneration of)
20 February 1848 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
12 April 1874 (Oxford) 
9 April 1875 (Theology and Theologians)

George Dudley Ryder [1810-1880; received in 1846]

22 July 1832 (Celibacy)

George Lisle Ryder [1838-1905; Newman’s godson]

20 March 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)

Henry Ignatius Dudley Ryder [1837-1907]

25 April 1879 (Providence)

Mrs. George (Sophia Lucy) Ryder [1814-1850]

28 March 1848 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)

Marquise de Salvo [b.c. 1815; received in Feb. 1846]

14 December 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
18 December 1845 (Conversion and Converts)
18 August 1846 (Apologetics and Evangelism)
18 August 1846 (Conversion and Converts)
11 June 1848 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)
11 June 1848 (Rosary)

John Douglas Sandford [1832-1892; received in ?]

21 Oct. 1876 (Church, Infallibility of)

21 Oct. 1876 (Development of Doctrine)
21 Oct. 1876 (Ignorance, Invincible)
21 Oct. 1876 (Mary: Holiness and Immaculate Conception)
21 Oct. 1876 (Purgatory)
21 Oct. 1876 (Rule of Faith)
31 Oct. 1876 (Rule of Faith)
6 May1877 (Mary,  Blessed Virgin [General])
6 May1877 (Mary, Perpetual Virginity of) 
6 May1877 (Theosis; Deification)
22 May 1878 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)


Mrs. Sconce

19 Aug. 1875 (Divorce) 

James Scratton [1825-1884; received in 1851]

6 Sep. 1876 (Science and Christianity)

Lady (Maria Theresa) Shrewsbury [d. 1856]

29 April 1848 (Conversion: His Own)

Lady (Louisa Edith) Simeon [1843-1895]

10 November 1867 (Papal Infallibility)
25 June 1869 (Apologetics and Evangelism)
8 March 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)

A. Spurrier

11 December 1886 (Church, Sinners in)

Henry Stacke

9 February 1875 (Papal Infallibility)
12 February 1875 (Papal Infallibility)
12 February 1875 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)

James Fitzjames Stephen [1829-1894]

14 Feb. 1876 (Discussion; Argument)

Miss Maria Trench [1828-1917]

8 September 1875 (Writing: His Own)

Archbishop William Bernard Ullathorne [1806-1889; became a bishop in 1850]

2 November 1848 (Conversion: His Own)
2 November 1848 (Saints and Holiness)
8 January 1867 (Discussion; Argument)
28 January 1870 (Councils, Ecumenical)
28 January 1870 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)
28 January 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
2 February 1879 (Cardinalate: His Own)

Aubrey de Vere [1814-1902; received in 1851]

31 August 1870 (Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent)

John Thomas Walford, S. J. [1834-1894]

19 May 1870 (Anglicanism)

John Walker [1817-1878]

2 November 1847 (Development of Doctrine)

William (Canon) Walker [1820-1893]

5 August 1864 (Writing: His Own)
10 November 1867 (Councils, Ecumenical)

J. L. Walton

9 September 1880 (Indulgences)
9 September 1880 (Purgatory)

Catherine Ward [c. 1813-1897; received in July 1849]

25 September 1848 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)
25 September 1848 (Tractarianism)
12 October 1848 (Tractarianism)
18 November 1848 (Church, Infallibility of)
18 November 1848 (Crucifixes)
18 November 1848 (Development of Doctrine)
18 November 1848 (Doctrine; Dogma)
18 November 1848 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
18 November 1848 (Mary: Devotion to; Veneration of)
18 November 1848 (Rosary)
30 November 1848 (Denominationalism; Sectarianism)
19 December 1848 (Conversion: His Own)
19 December 1848 (Protestantism; Evangelicalism)

Wilfrid Philip Ward [1856-1916]

30 and 31 January 1885 (Apologetics and Evangelism)
31 January 1885 (Miracles)
31 January 1885 (Protestantism; Evangelicalism)

William George Ward [1812-1882; Tractarian; received in Sep. 1845]

15 March 1862 (Writing: His Own)
18 February 1866 (Papal Infallibility)
18 February 1866 (Theology and Theologians)

Mrs. Francis. J. (Eleanor) Watt 

9 July 1876 (Angels) 

Samuel William Wayte [1819-1898]

15 Dec. 1877 (Oxford)

Richard Westmacott [1799-1872]

11 July 1845 (Conversion: His Own)

Archbishop Richard Whately [1787-1863]

11 November 1834 (Conversion: His Own)

Joseph Whitaker [1820-1895]

23 June 1884 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)

Robert Whitty, S. J. [1817-1895]

12 April 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
24 March 1878 (Cardinalate: His Own)
20 Dec. 1878 (Theology and Theologians)

Agnes Wilberforce [1845-1890]

5 March 1878 (Psalms)

Henry William Wilberforce [1807-1873; received in August 1850]

27 April 1845 (Conversion: His Own)
27 January 1846 (Conversion: His Own)
10 March 1846 (Conversion and Converts)
29 May 1846 (Conversion and Converts)
8 June 1846 (Anglicanism)
8 June 1846 (Mass, Sacrifice of)
8 June 1846 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
10 June 1846 (Antiquity: The Early Church)
25 June 1846 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
25 June 1846 (Saints and Holiness)
4 July 1846 (Papal Supremacy and Petrine Primacy)
24 September 1846 (Worship)
12 January 1848 (Mary, Blessed Virgin)
19 January 1848 (Tractarianism)
30 November 1848 (Conversion: His Own)
7 March 1849 (Anglicanism)
7 March 1849 (Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine)
28 December 1850 (Discussion; Argument)
24 August 1864 (Conversion and Converts)
16 April 1867 (Laity; the Faithful)
21 July 1867 (Papal Infallibility)
20 August 1869 (Vocation: Calling)

Robert Isaac Wilberforce [1802-1857; Tractarian; received in 1854]

16 November 1844 (Conversion: His Own)

Mrs. Henry William Wilberforce (Mary Sargent) [1811-1878; received in June 1850]

17 November 1834 (Church: “Roman Catholic”: Anglican View of)
17 November 1834 (Conversion: His Own)
17 November 1834 (Eucharist)
17 November 1834 (Mass, Sacrifice of)
17 November 1834 (Purgatory)
17 November 1834 (Saints, Communion of; Veneration of)
 9 Jan. 1875 (Letter to the Duke of Norfolk)

Samuel Charles Wilks [1789-1872]

8 November 1845 (Anglicanism)

Mrs. Margaret A. Wilson [convert]

20 October 1870 (Papal Infallibility)
1 June 1874 (Writings; His Own)
3 August 1874 (Faith)
3 August 1874 (Liberalism and Nominalism, Theological)
21 Feb. 1875 (Faith and Works)

Nicholas Patrick Stephen Cardinal Wiseman [1802-1865; bishop and Cardinal in 1850]

6 April 1841 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)
4 October 1849 (Conversion: His Own)

Charlotte Wood

5 Nov. 1874 (Truth)
11 Jan. 1875 (Papal Infallibility)

Samuel Francis (S. F.) Wood [1809-1843]

6 December 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
13 December 1841 (Conversion: His Own)
13 December 1841 (Eucharist)

Miss Henrietta Woodgate

11 May 1881 (Vocation: Calling)

Henry Arthur Woodgate [1801-1874]

10 Jan. 1874 (Angels) 
13 Feb. 1874 (Confession)

Clarence E. Woodman [1852-1924; received in July 1875]

11 May 1875 (Church, Infallibility of)
11 May 1875 (Lies)

Mrs. Albon Woodroffe

16 August 1873 (Conversion: His Own)

Alice J. Wotherspoon

27 July 1875 (Ecumenism; Non-Catholics)

X. Y., Esq.

8 January 1864 (Anti-Catholicism [Prejudice])

J. R. Young

18 May 1881 (Idolatry)
18 May 1881 (Mary, Blessed Virgin)

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