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.
was barely tolerated, particularly by the Nonconformists who were the bedrock of Gladstone's Liberal Party.
emerges as the major stumbling-block on the way, although one might give Anglo-Catholics credit for having raised awkward questions of church polity which others had sidestepped.
Eliot's religion, Anglo-Catholicism
, is a higher-than-high version of Anglicanism only a footstep away from Rome, and his attachment to it seems to have derived from an odd combination of his political mood and his authentic spirituality.
But his ostensibly democratic New Critical pedagogy, which grows out of a desire to witness to the American undergraduate the unity of literary texts, is at odds with the exclusive nature of Eliot's literary tradition, especially when constructed in the service of Anglo-Catholicism
Paz discusses the problems the Church of England faced, especially with the rise of Anglo-Catholicism
The wartime quartet ~Little Gidding' resolves this geographic tension by embracing, with a sense of finality and relief, both England and Anglo-Catholicism
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.
This experience began the development of his fastidious taste and Anglo-Catholicism
and gave him the basis for a career as an ecclesiastical architect.
uenced by the Oxford Movement, which consisted of high church Anglicans, including Cardinal Newman, and developed into Anglo-Catholicism