John Henry Newman
Newman’s life can best be described as a drama, which is an appropriate template for the analysis of Newman’s life, a titanic struggle almost from beginning to end in the pursuit of truth. By understanding the context of events in Newman’s life, we gain a better understanding of the grounds on which his legacy was built. This short biographical sketch is for those who are new to Newman or unfamiliar with his life and work, and who will be better prepared for what follows. read more. . .
The Newman Association of America
The Newman Association of America has entered into an agreement with Seton Hall University whereby the university will provide the Newman Association with administrative support. Through this agreement Seton Hall University becomes the administrative center and home for the Newman Association. Our administrative office is located in the Office of the Provost at Seton Hall under the direction of Msgr. Robert F. Coleman, the Associate Vice Provost of the university. Kathleen Childers, a staff member in his office, will serve as the administrative assistant.
Both the Newman Association of America and Seton Hall University maintain their independent status. The Newman Association is in no way a part of Seton Hall University. Msgr. Gerard H. McCarren, a Newman Association board member, will serve as the Newman Association representative to Seton Hall University.
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