A Catholic university today?

‘I have ever held […] that the true education is that given in a Catholic University; but at the same time I have ever held, and have said I print, that necessity has no law’ (‘Memorandum on allowing Catholics to go to the universities’, 21 April 1867)

‘I have, from the very first month of my Catholic existence, when I knew nothing of course of Catholics, wished for a Catholic University’. (Newman to Northcote, 7 April 1872)

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