A series of four evening lectures at the Centre for Catholic Formation in the summer of 2019.

Blessed Cardinal John Henry Newman, a central figure within the Oxford Movement in the Church of England before his conversion to Catholicism in 1845, is to be canonised following the formal approval of a miracle attributed to his intercession. This series explores the legacy of England's most famous convert and his ongoing importance in living, teaching and passing on the Faith.

Celebrating Newman Series Videos

Mgr Roderick Strange, Professor of Theology at St Mary's University, Twickenham, speaks on Cardinal Newman's desire for an educated laity.

Fr Guy Nicholls, a priest of the Birmingham Oratory where Newman lived, speaks on Newman's thought on conscience and behaviour

Deacon Stephen Morgan, Dean of the Faculty of Religious Studies at the University of St Joseph (Macau), speaks on Newman's development of doctrine.

Fr Marcus Holden discusses trends in the thought of St John Henry Newman and why he might be considered as a Doctor of the Church