16 May 1840
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A saint who bridges traditions
A reflection on St John Henry Newman on the occasion of his canonisation / BY THE PRINCE OF WALES
The Tablet’s home news editor joined the thousands of pilgrims travelling to St Peter’s for the ceremony / BY LIZ DODD
England’s gift to the Church
The seal has been put on John Henry Newman’s legacy as the saint who reminds us that to be Catholic is to be both traditional and radical / BY CHRISTOPHER LAMB
A mind alive
Modern champions of a narrow and prescriptive Catholicism have been claiming Newman as their patron. A leading historian addresses the puzzle / BY EAMON DUFFY