Henry Edward Manning
b. 1808 – d. 1892 • Bishop • Cardinal • Roman catholic
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Manning, Henry Edward
Manning, Henry Edward (1808–92), Abp. of *Westminster. The youngest son of William Manning, MP, he was educated at Harrow and Balliol College, Oxford. His early ambition was for a parliamentary career, but his father’s bankruptcy compelled him to accept a clerkship in the Colonial Office. In 1832
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Manning (Henry Edward).—An English cardinal; born in Totteridge, Hertfordshire, July 15th, 1808. After graduating as double first at Balliol College, Oxford, in 1830, he was appointed, in 1834, rector of Lavington and Graffam, in Sussex, and in 1840 he was made archdeacon of Chichester. In 1851 he left
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Manning, Henry Edward
Manning, Henry Edward (1808–92). Prominent pastoral and theological leader of the Church of England (1833–51) and then of the Roman Catholic Church (1851–92). He defended the Catholic wing of the Anglican communion, and his frustration with religious, doctrinal, and administrative aspects of that church
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Manning, Henry Edward
Manning, Henry Edward (1808–1892)Roman Catholic cardinalBorn at Totterridge Hertfordshire, the son of a merchant, Manning attended Harrow School and Balliol College, Oxford. He was a fine athlete. In 1832 he was ordained and became a fellow of Merton College, Oxford. His background was in the evangelicalism