Definition of High Anglicanism
1. Noun. A doctrine and practice within the Church of England emphasizing the Catholic tradition.
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Literary usage of High Anglicanism
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1. Hurrell Froude: Memoranda and Comments by Louise Imogen Guiney (1904)
"... painful and complicated question, on which different opinions may be entertained.' From ' OXFORD High Anglicanism AND ITS CHIEF LEADERS,' by the Rev. ..."
2. The Critical Review of Theological & Philosophical Literature by Stewart Dingwall Fordyce Salmond (1896)
"... to the literature, have by any means exhausted the subject. There is a place, therefore, for Dr Rigg's Oxford High Anglicanism and its Chief Leaders? ..."
3. A Protestant Dictionary: Containing Articles on the History, Doctrines, and by Charles Henry Hamilton Wright, Charles Neil (1904)
"The credit for the full Popish development of our Oxford High-Anglicanism must be divided between Newman and Pusey as chief leaders. ..."
4. The Expositor edited by Samuel Cox, William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt (1900)
"An admirable piece of work, and can be cordially recommended to all who wish to have a readable and adequate account of Oxford High Anglicanism and its ..."