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(1801—1890) theologian and cardinal

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Alexander Whyte

Alexander Whyte  

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(1836–1921),Scottish Evangelical. Minister of the Free (later United Free) Church of Scotland church of St George's, Edinburgh (1870–1916) and principal of New College, Edinburgh (1909–18), he was ...
Anglo-Catholicism

Anglo-Catholicism  

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A tradition within the Anglican Church which is close to Catholicism in its doctrine and worship and is broadly identified with High Church Anglicanism. As a movement, Anglo-Catholicism grew out of ...
Apologia pro vita sua

Apologia pro vita sua  

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(1864), J. H. Newman's ‘history of [his] religious opinions’ down to his reception into the RC Church in 1845. It was provoked by a gibe of C. Kingsley in Macmillan's Magazine for Jan. 1864.
Bernard Dalgairns

Bernard Dalgairns  

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(1818–76),priest of the Oratory. He was a supporter of the Oxford Movement in its earliest days, but in 1845, after spending some time in retirement with J. H. Newman ...
Brompton Oratory

Brompton Oratory  

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The house and church of the Oratorians in London. The first Oratory, in King William Street, was founded in 1849, principally through the efforts of J. H. Newman. In 1854 ...
Charles Gore

Charles Gore  

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(1853–1932), Bp. of Oxford, 1911–19. The first principal of Pusey House, Oxford (1884–93), he defended the Catholic doctrine of episcopacy in The Ministry of the Christian Church (1888), and edited ...
Charles Marriott

Charles Marriott  

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(1811–58), a leader of the Tractarian Movement after the secession of J. H. Newman from the C of E.
Dionysius Petavius

Dionysius Petavius  

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(1583–1652), Denis Pétau, Jesuit historian and theologian. His Opus de Doctrina Temporum (1627) was a fundamental contribution to the study of ancient chronology. He also issued notable editions of ...
Dream of Gerontius

Dream of Gerontius  

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A poem by J. H. Newman, first issued in 1865. It is a vision of a just soul leaving the body at death and its subsequent conversation with the angels.
Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo  

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(Lat., ‘Behold the Man!’). The title of a controversial Life of Christ published by Sir John Seeley in 1865. It depicted the Lord as a moral reformer.
Edward Bouverie Pusey

Edward Bouverie Pusey  

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(1800–82).Leader of the Oxford Movement. As Regius Professor of Hebrew he lent his prestige and erudition to the Tractarian cause, which even became known, to its opponents, as ‘Puseyism’. ...
Edward Caswall

Edward Caswall  

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(1814–78),hymn-writer. Educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, he was Perpetual Curate of Stratford-sub-Castle, Wilts, from 1840 to 1847. In 1847 he was received into the RC Church, and in 1850 ...
Edward Hawkins

Edward Hawkins  

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(1789–1882), Provost of Oriel College, Oxford, 1828–74. He was influential in weaning J. H. Newman from his early Evangelicalism, but later stopped him from receiving tutorial pupils. In 1841 he drew ...
Frederick Denison Maurice

Frederick Denison Maurice  

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(1805–72).Christian clergyman and social reformer. He was the son of a Unitarian minister, and was unable to graduate from Cambridge University because he could not subscribe to the Thirty-Nine ...
Frederick Oakeley

Frederick Oakeley  

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(1802–80), Tractarian clergyman. From 1839 to 1845 he was in charge of the Margaret Chapel, London, on the site of the present All Saints', Margaret Street; the chapel became a centre of Tractarian ...
Frederick William Faber

Frederick William Faber  

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(1814–63),Oratorian and hymn writer. Born at Calverley, a small town in W. Yorkshire, he was educated at Shrewsbury and Harrow and at Balliol and University Colleges, Oxford. In 1837 ...
Henri Bremond

Henri Bremond  

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(1865–1933), French spiritual writer. His principal work, Histoire littéraire du sentiment religieux en France (1916–33 + index, 1936), is a history of French spirituality, chiefly in the 17th cent., ...
Henry Edward Manning

Henry Edward Manning  

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(1809–1892), Abp. of Westminster. He was ordained in the C of E and in 1841 became Archdeacon of Chichester. Beginning as an Evangelical, he gradually swung round to the Tractarian side and was ...
Henry Luke Paget

Henry Luke Paget  

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(1852–1932),Bp. of Chester. Brother of Francis Paget, he was educated at Shrewsbury and Christ Church, Oxford, ordained in 1877, and worked extensively in the East End of London, founding ...
HÜ GEL, Friedrich

HÜ GEL, Friedrich  

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(1852–1925), RC theologian and philosopher. He had a cosmopolitan education and settled in England in 1867. He found himself in growing accord with the cultural and liberalizing tendencies in the RC ...

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