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In this chapter the author explores the origin of the Anglo-Catholic Congress Movement, the Congresses held in the 1920s and 1930s and their impact on the Catholic Revival, and the amalgamation of the Congress Movement and the English Church Union. The chapter argues that the Congresses marked the high-water mark of the Catholic Revival and formed the most substantial articulation of the Catholic Revival. However, within that conspectus there could also be discerned the shaping of different understandings of the Movement, which would lead to divisions within the Catholic Movement and its loss of influence in the late twentieth century.
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