Our earthly bodies are the very locations of an immensely holy plan.
Newman’s Meditations on the Stations of the Cross describe how Christ’s story of suffering, death, and resurrection corresponds to our story of sinfulness, hope, and redemption.
The University is responsible for giving students a “habit of mind” that can bring them into greater touch with the real world God has created.
For Newman, the great crisis of our modern age is quite simply forgetting what theology is, and what it isn’t.
We can share in Christ’s divine nature by his human nature, becoming living members of his Holy Family, the New Paradise, the New Creation.
“We cannot do without a view, and we put up with an illusion, when we cannot get a truth.”
There are some things within the domain of real knowledge—that is, facts—which can only be revealed by God.