Anglo-Catholic


An·glo–Cath·o·lic

adjective \-ˈkath-lik, -ˈka-thə-\

Definition of ANGLO-CATHOLIC

:  of or relating to a High Church movement in Anglicanism emphasizing its continuity with historic Catholicism and fostering Catholic dogmatic and liturgical traditions
Anglo–Catholic noun
An·glo–Ca·thol·i·cism \-kə-ˈthä-lə-ˌsi-zəm\ noun

First Known Use of ANGLO-CATHOLIC

1838

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