By George Herring
From its inception what got here to be often called the Oxford flow was once regularly meant to be greater than simply an abstruse discussion concerning the theoretical nature of Anglicanism. in its place, it was once intended to unfold its principles not just via collage universal rooms, but additionally bishop's palaces, and particularly the parsonages of the Church of britain. 'The Oxford circulation in perform' provides an research of Tractarianism in the iteration after Newman's conversion to Roman Catholicism. whereas a lot scholarly paintings has been performed at the Oxford flow among 1833 and 1845, and on a few particular participants or points of the move after this era, this paintings adopts a special method. It examines Tractarianism within the parochial atmosphere, and charts the improvement of the circulate via its impression at the parishes of the Church of britain. George Herring bargains distinctive clarification of the improvement of ritualism within the 1860's, and indicates how the Ritualists diverted the direction the move have been taking from 1845. Read more...
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43 William Gresley, Sermons on Some of the Social and Political Duties of a Christian, 1836, p. 447. 44 William Gresley, Portrait of an English Churchman, 1838, pp. 69 and 190. 45 PH Letters to and from Gresley from various sources, Gresley to his brother, Richard, 18 Jan. 1837. 46 PH Letters to and from Gresley from various sources, the Bishop of Lichﬁeld to Gresley 15 Jan. 1839. 47 William Gresley, Clement Walton; or, The English Citizen, 1840, p. 16. 48 William Gresley, Bernard Leslie; or, A Tale of the Last Ten Years, 1843, pp.
Georgina Battiscombe, John Keble. A Study in Limitations, 1963, pp. 260–1. 54 For Pusey, then, the consolation was that Newman’s departure was a matter of divine providence and thus placed beyond the questioning and criticism of merely human minds. Such reactions as these were obviously natural from men who had known and come to admire and love Newman for most of their adult lives. It would be a mistake, however, to interpret these words either as some prophetic vision of a much later Anglican–Roman Catholic ecumenism, or as typical of the followers of the Oxford Movement in 1845.
Having laid down this as the title by which I designate myself, I have no objection to tell you how it was I came to be a Tractarian. Not that I mean you to infer from this, that at any known time of my life I began to embrace the doctrines held by the Tractarians; theirs are the doctrines of the English Church, and I cannot tell you when and how I learnt them. ’36 It was, in fact, during his earliest days as a parish priest that Newland had been visiting a friend in Switzerland, and had observed what he considered to be the laxity of the Protestants in their church attendance, and the regularity of the Roman Catholics, and noted ‘that the practice among the uneducated classes of my parishioners was very much more like that of the Protestants .
The Oxford movement in practice : the tractarian parochial world from the 1830s to the 1870s by George Herring