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With what conscience could I have remained? how could I have answered it at the last day, if, having opportunities of knowing the Truth which others have not, I had not availed myself of them? What a doom would have been mine, if I had kept the Truth a secret in my own bosom, and when I knew which the One Church was, and which was not part of the One Church, I had suffered friends and strangers to die in an ignorance from which I might have relieved them! impossible.

The Letters and Diaries of John Henry Newman. Volume XI, Littlemore to Rome, Letter to Mrs John Mozley, October 14. 1845


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