Sister Geraldine expected Ramabai to assimilate completely to the high Anglican
orthodoxy of her time, including the Athanasian Creed, high Anglican
doctrines, and the appropriate strands of high Anglican
It is the polar opposite to contemporary poems with High Anglican
overtones, such as R.
The Yorkshire-born bishop said he was brought up as High Anglican
and was an altar server at a liberal Catholic church.
As a High Tory, High Anglican
peer he had little in common with dissident, chapel-going men with left-wing leanings.
The college chapel holds regular services -- high Anglican
, attended by about seven people and more boring than my philology and linguistics course.
In many ways de Lisle was typical of the kind of Victorian drawn to Catholicism, either in its Roman or its High Anglican
He was a high Anglican
priest who was known as ``the most col ourful cleric in England''.
Salisbury was a devout High Anglican
, who in his youth was deeply influenced by the Oxford Movement.
However, in High Anglican
quarters, where they believe that the Eucharist transforms into the body of Christ, reserve was expressed as to the wisdom of such a comparison.
RELIGION: He was brought up a High Anglican
but attends mass with his Catholic wife and children.
Bible reading was a 'Sunday thing' when I was a girl, attending High Anglican
Designed by John Gibson and completed in 1869, the chapel -- a word which scarcely seems adequate to describe this generously proportioned Victorian gothic building (which seats 450) -- is decorated with a formality that looks more high Anglican