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- High Church is generally used to describe forms of Anglicanism influenced, to a greater or lesser extent, by the Catholic tradition.
- Anglo-Catholics are sometimes called "high church" because of their emphasis on the divine nature of the church as the mystical body of Christ.
- At the time, their position was referred to as low church (in contrast to the High church position).
- High Church Lutheranism is one example of a high church movement.
- Eventually, under Queen Anne, the High Church party saw its fortunes revive with those of the Tory party, with which it was then strongly associated.
- Methodism has a very wide variety of forms of worship, ranging from high church to low church in liturgical usage.
- Mostly, these are groups or organisations that are part of the High Church or Anglo-Catholic movement, and are considered conservative or orthodox.
- Count me as another very conservative, high church, Anglo-Catholic.
- The Oxford (High Church) Movement, begun in 1833, stimulated new compositions, translations of medieval hymns, and use of plainsong melodies.
- A notable adherent to the beliefs of the "High Church" was the poet Christina Rossetti.
- Often a congregation or a particular service will be referred to as Low Church or High Church.
- The cope became the High Church (liturgically oriented) vestment par excellence, worn by bishops not only processionally but even during Communion.
- This variance is not unlike that seen in the " High Church " and " Low Church " styles of the Anglican Church.
- ABHORRERS, the Royalist and High Church party in England under Charles II., so called from their abhorrence of the principles of their opponents.
- In the English church, three terms are generally used to denote the parish philosophy: High Church, Low Church, and Broad Church or Latitudinarian.
- Certain Episcopal churches—known as Anglo-Catholic or "High Church" parishes—are very close to the Roman Catholic Church in their beliefs and practices.
- Card. Roman Catholic Church A high church official, ranking just below the pope, who has been appointed by a pope to membership in the College of Cardinals.
- In the 20th century the terms "High Church" and "Low Church" began to be used to describe differences within the Lutheran tradition.
- Due to its history, the term "High Church" can also be used to refer to aspects of Anglicanism quite distinct from the Oxford Movement or Anglo-Catholicism.
- Within high church Lutheranism there has been less movement towards Roman Catholicism than within Anglo-Catholicism.
- The Oxford Movement which ave birth to Anglo-Catholicism itself grew out of the High Church movement, which pre-dated it.
- In the Church of Denmark the high church movement is marginal.
- High church movement in Evangelical Church in Germany has been less influential than movement in Sweden and perhaps less integrated to Lutheran tradition.
- However, under the early Hanoverians, the fortunes of both the High Church and Tory parties were once again out of favour.
- Rome also does not recognize the apostolic succession of (high church) Lutheran Protestant denominations.
- These congregations are what is termed "Prayer Book" in liturgy, but "High Church" in churchmanship and ecclesiastical outlook.
- One divide within high church Lutheranism is in the matter of the direction of liturgy.
- The continuing churches are generally Anglo-Catholic in approach, and their liturgies are usually more high church than low church.
- Confession as a sacrament is part of Lutheran tradition and is not considered unique to "high church".
- Confession as a sacrament is an ordinary but sometimes rare part of Lutheran tradition and is not considered unique to "high church".
- High church Lutherans may use the term "saint" similarly to the manner in which other Catholics use it.
- Church of Iceland and Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland has also had high church groups and interest among both clergy and laity.
- The book is a characteristic green colour and is traditionally associated with the High Church or Anglo-Catholic movement within Anglicanism.
- Within the church there is broad church, high church, old church and low church.
- In addition to the traditional mainstream, the church has long included " high church " and " low church " factions with their own particular preferences.
- The term "High Church" was first applied in the late seventeenth century to those individuals who were opposed to the Puritan wing of the Church of England.
- Consequently, some Anglicans (especially Anglo-Catholics and High Church Anglicans) accept transubstantiation while others do not.
- The discipline of fasting before communion is practised by some High Church Anglicans.
- High church Anglicans and Episcopalians and Lutherans use the term "saint" similarly to the manner in which other Catholics use it.
- Anglicanism incorporates catholics and protestants, literalists and agnostics, high church, low church, broad church, in all ways these terms can be defined.
- As is the case among Anglicans, however, "high church" movements have proven to be more attractive to the clergy than to the laity.
- While the chasuble is considered to be more "high church" by some Anglicans, the alb and stole are common vesture.
- Christianity > Christians > Protestants > Anglicans
- Christian Denominations > Protestantism > Anglicanism > Oxford Movement
- Belief > Religion > Christianity > Church
- Rituals > Ceremonies > Eucharist > Alb
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