John Henry Cardinal Newman

1801 - 1890

A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on pain

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It is almost a definition of a gentleman to say that he is one who never inflicts pain.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

Source: The Idea of a University

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on god and people

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I sought to hear the voice of God And climbed the topmost steeple, But God declared: "Go down again - I dwell among the people."

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on growth and life

Growth is the only evidence of life.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

Source: Apologia pro Vita Sua

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on beginning, fear, and life

Fear not that thy life shall come to an end, but rather fear that it shall never have a beginning.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on art, heart, life, and nature

Living Nature, not dull art Shall plan my ways and rule my Heart.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on garden, peace, spirituality, and stillness

By a garden is meant mystically a place of spiritual repose, stillness, peace, refreshment, delight.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on genius, heroism, love, rules, and world

In this world no one rules by love; if you are but amiable, you are no hero; to be powerful, you must be strong, and to have dominion you must have a genius for organizing.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on faults

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A man would do nothing, if he waited until he could do it so well that no one would find fault with what he has done.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman

Two and two only supreme and luminously self-evident beings, myself and my Creator.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

Source: History of my religious opinions

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A Quote by John Henry Cardinal Newman on age, dreams, ideas, principles, religion, and sentimentality

From the age of fifteen, dogma has been the fundamental principle of my religion; I know no other religion; I cannot enter into the idea of any other sort of religion; religion, as a mere sentiment, is to me a dream and a mockery.

John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801 - 1890)

Source: Apologia pro Vita Sua & History of my religious opinions

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