Definition of Anglo-Catholicism
1. Noun. A doctrine and practice within the Church of England emphasizing the Catholic tradition.
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Literary usage of Anglo-Catholicism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Contemporary Review (1872)
"His article on Anglo- Catholicism, published in the last number of this Review, I read on board the steamer which, through the months of summer and autumn, ..."
2. Catholicism: Roman and Anglican by Andrew Martin Fairbairn (1899)
"... VII Anglo-Catholicism—THE OLD AND THE NEW THE book1 which has suggested this discussion may be described as a new series of " Tracts for the Times " ..."
3. Movements of Religious Thought in Britain During the Nineteenth Century by John Tulloch (1885)
"All this is something like saying in another way that Dr. Newman had never breathed the true air of Anglo-Catholicism, or felt himself quite at home in it. ..."
4. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1842)
"The Progress of Anglo-Catholicism. the slightest degree, the integrity of the prime purpose. We wish to be understood, as not expressing an opinion now on ..."