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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "High Church"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. High Church is generally used to describe forms of Anglicanism influenced, to a greater or lesser extent, by the Catholic tradition. (Web site)

Anglo-Catholics

  1. Anglo-Catholics are sometimes called "high church" because of their emphasis on the divine nature of the church as the mystical body of Christ. (Web site)

Low Church

  1. At the time, their position was referred to as low church (in contrast to the High church position).

High Church Movement

  1. High Church Lutheranism is one example of a high church movement. (Web site)

Associated

  1. 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.

Forms

  1. Methodism has a very wide variety of forms of worship, ranging from high church to low church in liturgical usage. (Web site)

Conservative

  1. Mostly, these are groups or organisations that are part of the High Church or Anglo-Catholic movement, and are considered conservative or orthodox.
  2. Count me as another very conservative, high church, Anglo-Catholic.

Oxford

  1. The Oxford (High Church) Movement, begun in 1833, stimulated new compositions, translations of medieval hymns, and use of plainsong melodies.

Beliefs

  1. A notable adherent to the beliefs of the "High Church" was the poet Christina Rossetti. (Web site)

Congregation

  1. Often a congregation or a particular service will be referred to as Low Church or High Church. (Web site)

Communion

  1. The cope became the High Church (liturgically oriented) vestment par excellence, worn by bishops not only processionally but even during Communion.

Anglican Church

  1. This variance is not unlike that seen in the " High Church " and " Low Church " styles of the Anglican Church. (Web site)

England

  1. ABHORRERS, the Royalist and High Church party in England under Charles II., so called from their abhorrence of the principles of their opponents.

English Church

  1. In the English church, three terms are generally used to denote the parish philosophy: High Church, Low Church, and Broad Church or Latitudinarian.

Roman Catholic Church

  1. Certain Episcopal churches—known as Anglo-Catholic or "High Church" parishes—are very close to the Roman Catholic Church in their beliefs and practices. (Web site)
  2. 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.

Lutheran Tradition

  1. In the 20th century the terms "High Church" and "Low Church" began to be used to describe differences within the Lutheran tradition. (Web site)

Anglo-Catholicism

  1. 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.
  2. Within high church Lutheranism there has been less movement towards Roman Catholicism than within Anglo-Catholicism. (Web site)

Movement

  1. The Oxford Movement which ave birth to Anglo-Catholicism itself grew out of the High Church movement, which pre-dated it.
  2. In the Church of Denmark the high church movement is marginal. (Web site)
  3. High church movement in Evangelical Church in Germany has been less influential than movement in Sweden and perhaps less integrated to Lutheran tradition.

Fortunes

  1. However, under the early Hanoverians, the fortunes of both the High Church and Tory parties were once again out of favour.

Apostolic Succession

  1. Rome also does not recognize the apostolic succession of (high church) Lutheran Protestant denominations. (Web site)

Liturgy

  1. These congregations are what is termed "Prayer Book" in liturgy, but "High Church" in churchmanship and ecclesiastical outlook.
  2. One divide within high church Lutheranism is in the matter of the direction of liturgy.

Liturgies

  1. The continuing churches are generally Anglo-Catholic in approach, and their liturgies are usually more high church than low church. (Web site)

Sacrament

  1. Confession as a sacrament is part of Lutheran tradition and is not considered unique to "high church".
  2. Confession as a sacrament is an ordinary but sometimes rare part of Lutheran tradition and is not considered unique to "high church".

Catholics

  1. High church Lutherans may use the term "saint" similarly to the manner in which other Catholics use it.

Laity

  1. Church of Iceland and Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland has also had high church groups and interest among both clergy and laity.

Anglicanism

  1. The book is a characteristic green colour and is traditionally associated with the High Church or Anglo-Catholic movement within Anglicanism.

Church

  1. Within the church there is broad church, high church, old church and low church.
  2. In addition to the traditional mainstream, the church has long included " high church " and " low church " factions with their own particular preferences. (Web site)
  3. 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.

Anglicans

  1. Consequently, some Anglicans (especially Anglo-Catholics and High Church Anglicans) accept transubstantiation while others do not. (Web site)
  2. The discipline of fasting before communion is practised by some High Church Anglicans. (Web site)
  3. High church Anglicans and Episcopalians and Lutherans use the term "saint" similarly to the manner in which other Catholics use it.

High Church

  1. Anglicanism incorporates catholics and protestants, literalists and agnostics, high church, low church, broad church, in all ways these terms can be defined. (Web site)
  2. As is the case among Anglicans, however, "high church" movements have proven to be more attractive to the clergy than to the laity.
  3. While the chasuble is considered to be more "high church" by some Anglicans, the alb and stole are common vesture.

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  1. Christianity > Christians > Protestants > Anglicans
  2. Christian Denominations > Protestantism > Anglicanism > Oxford Movement
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