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John Henry Newman: The Romantic, The Friend, The Leader (inscribed by Sister Mary)

Sister Mary Aloysi Kiener

Published by Collegiate Press, Boston, 1933
Condition: fine Hardcover
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First edition (stated). Warmly inscribed by Sister Mary Aloysi and dated January 23, 1934 on the front free endpaper. Thick 8vo in royal blue cloth hardcovers lettered and stamped in gilt. xxiii + 510 pp. with bibliography, index. With eight monochrome plates. Introduction by G.K. Chesterton. A fine, fresh, bright, example in original dust jacket with modest edge wear and a chip to the head of the spine. Biography of John Henry Newman, Catholic prelate who has been beatified by Pope Francis. Newman was originally an Anglican priest but, being drawn to the high church traditions, was among Church of England leaders who wished to return to many of the Catholic beliefs and liturgical traditions that had been abandoned by the Anglican Church. He eventually converted to Catholicism, was named a Cardinal by Leo XIII in 1879. The author of this extensive biography was an educator at Notre Dame Coillege in Cleveland. Bookseller Inventory # GE17967

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Title: John Henry Newman: The Romantic, The Friend,...

Publisher: Collegiate Press, Boston

Publication Date: 1933

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:fine

Dust Jacket Condition: very good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First edition.

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