1890 Died 11th August Buried at Rednal
1879 Elevated to Cardinal by Pope Leo XIII
1878 Elected Honorary Fellow of Trinity College, Oxford
1875 ‘A Letter Addressed to his Grace the Duke of Norfolk’ published on infallibility and conscience in answer to Gladstone's accusation that ...
1870 ‘An Essay in Aid of a Grammar of Assent’ published
1864 ‘Apologia Pro Vita Sua’ and ‘Dream of Gerontius’ published
1859 The Oratory School, Birmingham, opened
1855 ‘Callista’ published The difficulties with the London Oratory result in a separation ...
1854 Appointed Rector of the Catholic University of Ireland
1853 Newman found guilty of libel in the Achilli case
1850 Lectures on ‘The Scope and Nature of University Education’ given in Dublin. Founded the Catholic University of Ireland
1850 ‘Lectures on Certain Difficulties’ given at the London Oratory
1848 ‘Loss and Gain’ The English Oratory founded in Old Oscott (Maryvale)
1847 Completes preparatory studies in Rome. Ordained as a priest. With companions joined Oratory of St. Philip Neri
1845 Received into Catholic Church "Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine" published.
1843 “Sermons Preached before the University of Oxford” published
1842 Resignation from St. Mary’s
1833 “Arians of the Fourth Century” and “Tracts of Time” published
1828 Vicar of University Church of St. Mary the Virgin
1825 Ordained Priest in the Church of England
1822 Elected Fellow of Oriel College Oxford
1817 Undergraduate at Trinity College Oxford
1808 Attended Ealing School
1801 Born in City of London