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Did Cardinal Newman initially reject the doctrine of papal infallibility?


Is it true that Cardinal John Henry Newman, the Anglican convert from the Oxford Movement of the last century, rejected the doctrine of papal infallibility up until the definition at Vatican I and only accepted it out of obedience afterward? <br />


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