- Inés San Martín
- Apr 7, 2020
ST. PAUL, Minnesota — Ron Snyder knows not many Catholics have heard of Blessed John Henry Newman, the famous 19th-century British theologian and spiritual writer who left the Anglican Church and became a Catholic at age 44. He has been “very inspiring to me,” Snyder told The Catholic Spirit, newspaper
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