But for a short three days, for a day and a half –
Mary then must give Him up.
He is not yet risen.
His friends and servants take Him from thee, and place Him in an honourable tomb.
They close it safely, till the hour comes for His resurrection.
— From the meditation on Station XIV
Saint John Henry Newman shines a brilliant light on faithful Catholic education and is an example of steadfast fidelity to our one, holy, catholic, and apostolic faith.
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For Catholics today, Newman is a holy example of conversion, fidelity, and Christian renewal amid an increasingly secular world. He is the patron of The Cardinal Newman Society, which promotes and defends faithful Catholic education, and the inspiration for The Newman Guide, which recognizes Catholic schools, colleges, and graduate programs for their truth and fidelity.
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