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Based on decades of research,A Privilege of Intellectis D. A. Drennen's portrait of the English cardinal John Henry Newman (180190), whose conversion to the Roman Catholic Church in 1845 significantly boosted the presence of the Catholic Church in England and caused many Anglicans to follow his example. Newmanwho will be beatified this falldevoted his life both to the Church and to the university, demonstrating that religious faith and intellectual pursuits could exist in harmony. Drennen's biography combines theology with psychology and philosophy and will appeal to anyone interested in the history of the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church.
D. A. Drennen (1925–2004) was a psychotherapist and professor of philosophy and worked as the news editor for BusinessWeek and the associate editor of Medical Economics.