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19th-century movement in the Church of England opposing liberal tendencies

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The Anglo-Catholic movement within the Anglican Church rediscovered the 'beauty of holiness' and aestheticised worship both spiritually and physically.
In Chapters Two through Six, he describes the political and doctrinal structure of the Anglo-Catholic movement and its early controversies, making extensive use of contemporary periodical literature, from the Christian Remembrancer to the Church Times to the Brighton Gazette.
The dominant influence of her life was the Anglican church, especially the Anglo-Catholic movement, a high-church movement influenced by Newman.