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 Catholicism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term Catholicism, derived from the Greek adjective καθολικός (katholikos), meaning "general" or "universal", is widely understood to refer to the Church, governed by the Bishop of Rome and the bishops in communion with him.
Catholicism has two main ecclesiastical meanings, described in Webster's Dictionary as: a) "the whole orthodox Christian church, or adherence thereto"; and b) "the doctrines or faith of the Roman Catholic church, or adherence thereto."
However, other Churches that trace their historic episcopate to the apostolic succession — such as the Oriental Orthodox Churches, the Eastern Orthodox Churches, the Assyrian Church of the East, the Churches of the Anglican Communion, and the Old-Catholics — consider themselves to be branches of the Catholic Church.
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 Learn more about Catholicism in the online encyclopedia.
Within Roman Catholicism itself, debate on the subject now focuses on whether this statement is meant to invoke papal infallibility and raise the rule that women cannot be Roman Catholic priests to the level of an irreformable dogma of the Roman Catholic Church.
Catholicism, from the Greek katholikos (καθολικος), meaning "general" or "universal", is a religious name applied to two strands of Christianity.
Structurally Roman Catholicism is one of the world's most centralised religious faiths.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /c/ca/catholicism.html   (4268 words)

  
 Catholic Culture : Document Library : The Trouble With Anglo-Catholicism
The modern resemblance between Catholicism and some sections of Anglicanism derives from the fact that the churches of the Anglican communion were influenced by a ritualist movement in the nineteenth century.
Genuine Catholicism does not involve adherence to types of ritual but acceptance of the successor of Peter as pope and head of the Church on earth.
Confession was deemed not to be a sacrament of the gospel and was not encouraged (though the private confession of sins was allowed for), and it fell into general disuse.
www.catholicculture.org /docs/doc_view.cfm?recnum=4172   (1758 words)

  
 Anglo-Catholicism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The movement Affirming Catholicism is an example of the more progressive approach to Anglo-Catholic theology and practice.
From that time, through Archbishop Laud and the Caroline divines, up to the time of the Oxford Movement Tractarians, and the Anglo-Catholic Congesses, to the present day of Affirming Catholicism, there has always been a strong theological party within Anglicanism which has sought to stress apostolic continuity all the way back to the apostle Philip.
So, while the nineteenth-century Anglo-Catholic movement began partly as a reaction to latitudinarianism, secularism and Evangelicalism in the Church of England, the movement's heirs in the contemporary Church are far more diverse and in many respects more inclusive.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Anglo-Catholicism   (1962 words)

  
 Affirming Catholicism
The clarion call from Rowan Williams, now Archbishop of Canterbury, was for Anglo-Catholics to affirm tradition 'in its proper and fullest sense', not as a 'lifeboat in which to escape the present' but as 'a crucible in which the experiment of Christian life is constantly tested'.
Affirming Catholicism began with a conference on Saturday 9 June, 1990, at St. Alban's church, Holborn - just outside the City of London.
www.affirmingcatholicism.org   (69 words)

  
 Anglo-Catholicism
Anglo Catholicism has emphasized the doctrine of the incarnation, sacramental theology, and ecclesiastical polity.
At the same time less appreciation was given to the principles of the Anglican Reformation, and the movement became suspect in the eyes of many because of the large number of conversions to Rome out of Anglo Catholicism, especially that of John Henry Newman.
The Anglo Catholics sensed a real threat to the church rather than a help in this relationship with an increasingly secular state.
mb-soft.com /believe/text/anglocat.htm   (332 words)

  
 FT January 2004: Catholicism as the Other
The culture of Emerson has also been the culture of a romantic Catholicism that a significant number of Anglo-American intellectuals have looked to as the only viable alternative to the rootless autonomy still celebrated by many as the promise of American life.
Catholicism as a cultural orientation, a general attitude toward authority and community, however, remains beyond the pale of respectable American liberalism.
Catholicism, at least as metaphor, still serves as the demonic “other” of secular modernity.
www.firstthings.com /ftissues/ft0401/articles/shannon.html   (4634 words)

  
 English 495: Christianity
Tolkien's Catholicism would again affect his life in 1908, when he was sixteen years old.
Tolkien's Catholicism also coloured his intellectual life and may have influenced his famous dislike of 'modern' literature from Spenser and Shakespeare onwards.
Newman was one of the leaders of what became known as the Oxford Movement which attempted to reform the Church of England by returning to many of the doctrinal and liturgical practices which existed before the Reformation.
www.csun.edu /~sk36711/WWW/tolkien/christianity.htm   (1187 words)

  
 The Oxford Movement: Its Contributions and Its Limitations, by Frank Gavin (1933)
He is candidly acknowledging that the traditional positions on the Church's infallibility, and the Doctrine of Original Sin have been surrendered, and writes in a distinctly critical vein of the three or four decades of the recent development of intellectual Anglo-Catholicism.
The inconsistency between the theory of claiming both the privileges and the responsibilities of the belief and practice of Catholicism and the practice of many of the members of this school organizing themselves into a party is glaringly apparent.
Catholicism strongly emphasizes a three-fold focus of religious interest; on God, the fellowship of men and self.
justus.anglican.org /resources/pc/usa/fgavin/chicago1933.html   (4014 words)

  
 Pontifications » Blog Archive » The Tragedy of “Mimic Catholicism
It assumes that Anglo- Catholicism is inherently incomplete or defective, and that all Anglo-Catholics sense this and are looking for something to complete or fix it and themselves.
I also object to the assertion that classical Anglo- Catholicism is “dead.” Greatly diminished, without doubt; but then, look how mightily the Oxford Movement and the reclamation of catholic doctrine and practice grew from a tiny handful.
It therefore can seduce a great many Catholics into thinking that Catholicism is possible in an Anglican fashion: with all the spiritual comfort which all those sacred rituals can give, but without significantly curtailing the individual’s freedom in matters of faith and especially in sexual morality.
catholica.pontifications.net /?p=586   (5052 words)

  
 Pontifications » Blog Archive » “The Self-deception of Anglo-Catholicism
The American RC Church is rife with a “cafeteria Catholicism” far worse than the “pick and choose” attitude of Anglo-Catholics, which was at least motivated by genuine piety even if that piety did not measure up to Mills’s idea of genuine Catholicism.
And as for “Catholicism Lite”- well, this Friday will not be in Lent; but I am not allowed to eat meat anyway.
The issue I raise is that, like many converts of any stripe from one deonomination to another, Dr. Mills does not here simply present the positive virtues of his current ecclesiastical home and explain what he thought were the doctrinal shortcomings of his previous one.
catholica.pontifications.net /?p=359   (6915 words)

  
 Jonathan's RadioSpace
Anglicanism, like Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy, is all about those means.
I am afraid that Lutherans (myself included) tend to internalize their faith, rather than trust in the means which God has provided for communicating Grace to the faithful.
radio.weblogs.com /0119668/2001/09/20.html   (973 words)

  
 From Anglo to Roman (This Rock: February 1992)
Anglo-Catholicism got me out of a potentially unpleasant dilemma by allowing me to shelve any decision on the Catholic Church's claim to have the fullness of faith.
My husband had strong opinions about Catholicism, few of them favorable, and he had made it plain that being married to a Catholic was not something he considered with enthusiasm.
I thought that an apt description, for I was leaving the almost-got-it-right Catholicism of the Anglicans for the fullness of faith to be found only in the Catholic Church.
www.catholic.com /thisrock/1992/9202fea1.asp   (1587 words)

  
 Anglo-Catholic Social Theology
One of the primary goals of Affirming Catholicism is the retrieval and reinsertion of the doctrine of the Trinity into the centre of Church life.
Affirming Catholicism is thus a movement of hope which honours the mystery of the Trinitarian fullness and believes this will always have unforeseen and liberating consequences for Christian living.
Since the Second World War there has been a decline of Anglican Catholicism in part because its causes have succeeded: the Church of England is more sacramental than it was and many of Catholicism's social concerns were met with the creation of the welfare state and growing post-war affluence.
www.anglocatholicsocialism.org /acsocialtheology.html   (6114 words)

  
 Talk:Anglo-Catholicism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The reason for the link was that a number of people were cluttering the External links with hyperlinks to skillions of different individual Anglo-Catholic parishes, and ACC provides, to my knowledge, the most comprehensive directory.
However, I put the link there in the first place, and I am definitely of the Affirming Catholicism school of Anglicanism.
higherpower.org /encyclopedia/Talk:Anglo-Catholicism   (758 words)

  
 Search Results for Anglo-Catholicism - Encyclopædia Britannica
He was one of the chief architects of the 19th-century revival of Roman Catholicism in England.
Eastern Orthodox Churches are usually identified by nationality and are the result of the Catholicism.
Collection of recipes from the medieval and Anglo Saxon periods.
www.britannica.com /search?miid=1106436&query=Anglo-Catholicism   (486 words)

  
 About Anglo-Catholics
Made defiant by the verdict of Pope Leo XIII in 1896 that the Anglican Church lacked Catholic orders, Anglo-Catholicism continued to grow in the first half of the twentieth century.
The distinctive claims of Roman Catholicism, especially as regards England, were thought to be erroneous.
The battle for lovely things like votive candles in cathedrals and holy week liturgies in parish churches was won, but the war - and the 'vision glorious' of the Tractarian pioneers of the Anglo-Catholic revival - was all but lost.
www.ask-ed.co.uk /sa_files/anglo.htm   (901 words)

  
 Introduction to The Path to Rome by Dwight Longenecker
Lynn Jolly concludes the section with a personal story of how the universal appeal of Catholicism drew her from life as a Church of Scotland minister to be received into the Catholic Church.
While Evangelicalism and Catholicism have been traditional enemies, there are many signs on both sides of the Atlantic that a significant shift is happening in both communities.
The convert wants to accept all of Catholicism, but with due submission and respect, the Evangelical convert also wants the Catholic Church to learn from the riches of his tradition.
www.christendom-awake.org /pages/dlongene/introptr.html   (3419 words)

  
 The Independent (UK)
It was his curates who put him on correct liturgical rails (from which he never subsequently deviated) and in his 13 years in Hoxton he was converted from moderate high churchmanship to a fuller understanding of Catholicism.
There he entered fully into Prayer Book Catholicism and a disciplined sacramental life.
His character was marked by a genteel, Anglican reserve; he was shy and politically was a high Tory.
copies.anglicansonline.org /indy/1998/a2509833.html   (1338 words)

  
 What is anglo-catholic parish?
In England they constitute a large enough group to have blocked the kind of “catholicizing” revisions to the Prayer Book that have won acceptance in America.
Another group of Anglicans who view their church as simply one of many Protestant denominations is widely represented in America: the Liberal Protestants.
www.gracechurchinnewark.org /whatisanglocatholic.html   (1910 words)

  
 hatever the fairest view of the English Reformation
A few notable High Anglicans such as W.E. Gladstone retained a strong element of Protestantism in their Anglican Catholicism, but the general tendency of Anglo-Catholicism was towards a repudiation of the Protestant inheritance.
By setting out to appropriate the devotional life and discipline of contemporary Catholicism, its followers appeared to be not so much interpreting the Book of Common Prayer as supplanting it.
Many informed Protestants came to distrust Newman’s appeal to the Fathers, implicit in the new Library of the Fathers, and his appeal to the more Catholic writers of the Anglican tradition, explicit in the new Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology.
trushare.com /0124SEP05/SE05NICH13.htm   (1208 words)

  
 Affirming Catholicism
Affirming Catholicism is the new Catholic movement for the Anglican Church today and tomorrow, called to serve the world and witness to the generosity of the Kingdom of God.
Papers delivered on the day will be published by Affirming Catholicism as a contribution to the Church of England’s ongoing debate about the consecration of women.
A new web-site, due to be launched in June this year, will have more material, an interactive zone and many more resources for people and parishes wanting to explore and grow in a generous Catholic tradition.
www.affirmingcatholicism.org.uk   (688 words)

  
 DR CAREY AND THE GLORIOUS BATTLE
A second reason why Anglo-Catholicism has ceased to be in the mainstream is the growth of evangelicalism, a growth which, in turn, can be explained by the growth of liberalism.
To continue the generalization for the purposes of this argument, Anglo-Catholics were in danger of spoiling everything.
(For that matter, Affirming Catholicism, I understand, does not have a huge lay paid-up membership).
trushare.com /20JAN97/JA97BURN.htm   (3135 words)

  
 ANGLO-CATHOLICISM IN SCARBOROUGH
Mackarness established at his church the moderate central Catholicism called still 'Prayer-Book Catholicism' perhaps more suitable to a church which catered to the needs of a seasonal holiday congregation on South Cliff drawn from many sorts of Anglican church.
They advocated the sacrament of confession to their parishioners as a sign of true catholicism, to the scandal of anti-papists.
Keen to identify with the true Catholic church, Anglo-Catholic priests borrowed as much Roman Catholic ritual, dress and theology as they dared: and some dared quite a lot.
www.st-martin-hill.freeserve.co.uk /dc2.htm   (3030 words)

  
 Anglo-Catholic
These "reforms" were carried out to so grotesque an extent, in theory, that the new Church of England seemed to owe more to the heretics of Geneva than historic catholicism.
Now, it has been stated by Roman Catholics that the Tudors had no intention of keeping catholicism, let alone the doctrine of the Real Presence of Our Lord in the Holy Sacrament.
Many radical Protestant reformers had their way with the boy king and changed many things, mainly abolishing what were believed to be superstitious and repugnant "Romish" practices.
www.stwing.upenn.edu /~mernst/anglo-catholic.html   (2466 words)

  
 The Catholic Faith and the Religious Situation
Finally, dear friends of the Churchman's Alliance, your lecturer believes, as he trusts you also believe, that Anglo-Catholicism to-day is a living, advancing, conquering cause, with much terrain yet to be possessed and many dangerous trenches yet to be reduced and captured.
And those who hold firmly to the unchanging truth that the Anglo-Catholic Church is a Divine Organism and not a human organization will be given faith, hope and strength from the unchanging God of justice to hold on until the banner of our Catholicism shall be planted firmly and gloriously upon the hill-top of accomplishment.
It is unbelievable that so many superior intellects should see only the uncongenial mud of Protestantism about their feet, and fail to catch the glorious vision of a Catholicism purged from all the undesirable features of Latinism.
justus.anglican.org /resources/pc/usa/claremont19213.html   (2840 words)

  
 What Caused Minneapolis?
Rather, he was using the term "catholic modernist" which those folks used for themselves - it isn't anymore a reflection of Roman Catholicism than those "catholics for abortion" or whatever they call themselves...
Perhaps the problem might be blamed on "Modernists," but please don't blame Catholicism.
This term "Catholic Modernist" as described in this article appears to have nothing to do with orthodox Catholicism.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-religion/1006280/posts   (2709 words)

  
 Pontifications » Blog Archive » Optional Catholicism, or Just Leave me Alone with my Incense, Please
Optional Catholicism, or Just Leave me Alone with my Incense, Please
10 Responses to “Optional Catholicism, or Just Leave me Alone with my Incense, Please”
I think there is a difference between freedom in usage or freedom in what Hooker et.
catholica.pontifications.net /?p=36   (1336 words)

  
 Cover Page Anglo-Catholic Vision
Professor Orens has written extensively on Anglo-Catholicism and is one of the voices of the Affirming Catholicism movement.
"Affirming Catholicism is a movement that looks beyond the sectarian details and seeks in classical Anglican fashion to understand what it means to be a committed Christian today, in the light of scripture, tradition and reason.
www.allsaintssanfran.org /cover_page_anglo_catholic_vision.htm   (385 words)

  
 Los Angeles Lay Catholic Mission December 1999 Not "No," But "Hell, No!", by Charles A. Coulombe
An outpost of Anglo-Catholicism (which holds that Anglicanism is, with Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy, an equal branch of the One Catholic Church), St. Mary's felt constrained to leave the Episcopal Church in 1976 when the national body voted to ordain women.
Studying the Bible as a young man, he "realized that the Bible teaches Catholicism." Zuk attended Mass between 1964 and 1969, in that latter year going regularly to St. Ferdinand's, San Fernando.
The Episcopal diocese sued the parish for its property in a legal struggle which went all the way to the California Supreme Court, which after nine years ruled in favor of St. Mary's.
www.losangelesmission.com /ed/articles/1999/1299cc.htm   (2331 words)

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