Manning, Henry Edward

Manning, Henry Edward, cardinal, born in Hertfordshire; Fellow of Merton, Oxford, and a leader in the Tractarian Movement there; became rector in Sussex; married, and became Archdeacon of Chichester; his wife being dead, and dissatisfied with the state of matters in the Church of England, in 1851 joined the Church of Rome, became Archbishop of Westminster in 1865, and Cardinal in 1875; took interest in social matters as well as the Catholic propaganda; a too candid “Life” has been written of him since his decease, which has created much controversy (1808-1892).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Manning, Henry Edward
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