Anglo-Papalism

Discussion in 'Navigating Through Church Life' started by Joshua Allen Dotson, Dec 18, 2014.

  1. Fidei Defensor

    Fidei Defensor Active Member

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    Did the advent of Oliver Cromwell, The English Civil War, King Charles I’s execution (I believe he became a symbol fof Catholic revival, him being a martyr), and Puritan rule (even banning Christmas at one point) lead to a revival of Anglo-Papism ans Anglo Catholicism?
     
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    anglican74 Well-Known Member Anglican

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    No, Anglo Psplism as a phenomenon emerged really at the end of the nineteenth century, it’s pretty alien to Anglicanism as such

    The death of St Charles and the temporary bloody triumph of the Dissenters however did prove to the Anglican divines that the danger lay not just from the Roman Catholics any more
     
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    Thank you for clearing that up.
     
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    If you hold similar views to Paisley and you seem to say you are an Anglican could you please clear up a confusion for me? Why does it say that your religion is Traditional Catholic, indeed the Socity of St. Pius X?
     
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    I would think he changed his mind at some point in the past half decade.
     

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