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By Cardinal Newman   
Tuesday, 26 April 2011

True religion is the summit and perfection of false religions; it combines in one whatever there is of good and true separately remaining in each. . . . So that, in matter of fact, if a religious mind were educated in and sincerely attached to some form of heathenism or heresy, and then were brought under the light of truth, it would be drawn off from error into the truth, not by losing what it had, but by gaining what it had not, not by being unclothed, but by being “clothed upon.” True conversion is ever of a positive, not a negative character.
 
 

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