Anglo-Catholic

adjective
An·​glo-Cath·​o·​lic | \-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

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Anglo-Catholic noun
Anglo-Catholicism \ -​kə-​ˈthä-​lə-​ˌsi-​zəm \ noun

First Known Use of Anglo-Catholic

1838, in the meaning defined above

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