Press, 2008); John Shelton Reed, Glorious Battle: The Cultural Politics of Victorian Anglo-Catholicism
There was a dedication of the self which was verbalized in terms of personal attachment to the Saviour, within the disciplines of contemporary Anglo-Catholicism
Historically constituted by three competing streams of theology and piety--Evangelicalism, Anglo-Catholicism
and Modernism--the Episcopal and Canadian Anglican churches were known for sustaining uneasy alliances.
Such reflection, for me, points to an intriguing intersection between two differing strains of Christianity - Anglo-Catholicism
The terms Oxford Movement, Tractarianism, ritualism, and Anglo-Catholicism
are often used interchangeably.
uenced by the Oxford Movement, which consisted of high church Anglicans, including Cardinal Newman, and developed into Anglo-Catholicism
About a year later I began to experience some misgivings about the Catholic Church and gravitated towards Anglo-Catholicism
which, at that time, was but a step removed in its teaching and practice from the Roman Church.
Killeen highlights the perception that Anglo-Catholicism
was an effeminate religion where men wore dresses and displayed a lack of vigour and virility that was very 'unEnglish' (p.
Indeed, it could hardly serve as a "myth" to underpin Anglo-Catholicism
He contends that, in its early days, Victorian Anglo-Catholicism
was a countercultural movement, analogous in many ways to the counter-culture of the 1960s, a comparison he makes explicit in his witty introduction.
Eliot, who converted to Anglo-Catholicism
because he believed the Anglican Church's division from Rome allowed it to maintain a universal character while functioning in a national framework.
One church - All Saints - creeping towards Anglo-Catholicism
and the other - St Lawrence - pretending to be a Nonconformist chapel.