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In the lasting inner turmoil of his years in the mission country, in the loathing and revulsion of spirit, in the mental torment of life with the Indians, St. Noël Chabanel underwent a supremely protracted and excruciating martyrdom. Every day was an agony for his sensibilities. He was the youngest and the last of the eight Jesuit martyrs of North America to die (on 8 December 1649).
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“Liberalism in religion is the doctrine that there is no positive truth in religion, but that one creed is as good as another… It teaches that all are to be tolerated, for all are matters of opinion. Revealed religion is not a truth, but a sentiment and a taste; not an objective fact, not miraculous; and it is the right of each individual to make it say just what strikes his fancy. […] Men may go to Protestant Churches and to Catholic, may get good from both and belong to neither.”
— Bl. John Henry Cardinal Newman (May of 1879)

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Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman
published 24 October 2013 by Corpus Christi Watershed

ORPUS CHRISTI Watershed assisted the Birmingham Oratory with media work leading up to the Papal Visit and Beatification of Cardinal Newman.

And here are several more short films about Cardinal Newman we have produced, with the kind help of Fr. Guy Nichols, Cong. Orat.:

    +  Newman Archivium Project

    +  St. Philip Shrine Chapel

    +  The Cardinal’s Personal Chapel

    +  Birmingham Oratory Church

    +  Cardinal Newman’s Library

    +  The Oratory Library and Learning

    +  Cardinal Newman Portrait Restoration

    +  The Oratory Clock

    +  The Cardinal’s Effects

    +  Rednal • A Silent Film

    +  The Cardinal’s Room

    +  The Oratory Church and Prayer