Cardinal Newman and Benedictine Education

Newman Studies Journal 1 (2):38-47 (2004)
This article discusses Cardinal Newman’s view of education, with special reference to the lecture “Discipline of Mind” in The Idea of a University and also to the essays on the Benedictines collected in Historical Sketches (volume 2)
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