by Ruth Gledhill
January 9, 2008
The beatification of the Church of England's most significant convert to Roman Catholicism is 'imminent', according to reports in Rome today.
The move would pave the way for Cardinal John Henry Newman to be made a saint. He would then become the first non-martyr saint in England since the Reformation...
Read in full in the Times of London.
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