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(p. 633) Index

(p. 633) Index

Acland, Thomas Dyke 117–18
Acton, John 596–7
Affirming Catholicism 627, 628
Alexander, Cecil Frances 412, 417–19
Alliance of Church and State (Warburton) 29, 587
Allies, William Thomas 119
American Episcopal Church 469–84
Bishop Hobart and the English High Church party 473–4
Church of England in America 470–1
John Henry Hobart and the Missionary Church 473
the Oxford Movement in America 477–80
ritualism in America 480–2
Samuel Seabury and the Church of Scotland 471–2
Seabury’s eucharistic ecclesiology 472–3
Tractarians, establishment, and eucharistic sacrifice 474–7
women, ordination of 627
American rebellion (1775–83) 56–7
Analogy of Religion (Butler) 86, 92, 185, 258
Andrewes, Lancelot 10, 24, 27
Anglican Church, see Church of England
Anglican Revival, The (Brilioth) 219, 618
Apologia pro vita sua (Newman) 2, 38, 87, 88, 98, 192, 220, 258, 300, 305, 316, 320, 510–11, 586, 589, 595, 610, 613
architectural impact of the Oxford Movement 362–75, 399, 401, 478
Catholic Movement in architecture 368
communion tables 364
and ecclesiology 363–4
Gothic Revival 103, 365–6, 370–1
imagery 365
Leeds Parish Church 369–70
liturgical arts, revival of 371–3
orientation of worship 367
‘Primitive’ paradigm, influence of 364–5, 369–70
Scotland 451, 452
slum missions 367–8
Arians of the Fourth Century, The (Newman) 101, 151–2, 156, 173, 192, 262
Aristotle 92, 185, 186, 193, 273–4
Arnold, Thomas 86, 107–8, 123–4, 127, 128–9
Ash Wednesday (Eliot) 544–5
Association for the Promotion of the Unity of Christendom (APUC) 509–10
Aston, Nigel 51–66
Athanasius, Saint 101
Atherstone, Andrew 166–81
Auden, W. H. 547–50
Austin, John 27
Aytoun Priory (Neale) 412, 419–20
Bagot, Lewis, Bishop of Bristol 56, 58
Bagot, Richard 307, 308, 314–16, 321
Baker, Henry Williams 380–1
Baker, Thomas 30
baptism 29, 145–6, 223, 245, 280–2, 311–12
baptismal regeneration 42, 45, 49, 100, 561
and faith 248
Bebbington, David 41
Benson, Richard 384, 486, 494–5
Betjeman, John 546–7
Beveridge, William 23, 27, 142
Bingham, Joseph 23, 26, 29
bishops
and discipline 30–2
divine right of 14, 15, 26
episcopal ordination 29, 30
Blackburne, William 53
Blair, Kirstie 410–26
(p. 634) Blanco White, Joseph 81, 82–3, 90, 128
Blomfield, Charles 138
Boneham, John 271–86
Book of Common Prayer 27, 47, 55, 100, 107, 403, 481
controversy of 1927–8 536–9
parliamentary debates on revision of 530–1
post 1928 developments 539–40
Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline and the revision project to 1914 531–3
wartime and post-war developments in revision 533–6
Boone, James Shergold 291–2, 294
Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne 10, 18, 32
Bowden, John William 134, 140, 154, 159
Bowyer, Thomas 28–9
Brett, Thomas 23, 24, 26, 29, 33
Bricknell, W. S. 172, 174
Brilioth, Yngve 38, 39, 40–1, 219, 457–8, 618–19
British Critic 115, 171, 175, 176, 195–6, 210–11, 212, 289–303, 323, 333, 337, 339, 341–2, 344–5, 505–6
early years of 289–90
Newman, Mozley and ‘the exclusion clause’ 294–9
Newman’s takeover 291–4
and posterity 299–301
British Magazine 291, 413
Brown, Stewart J. 441–56
Bull, George 18, 23, 27
Buller, Anthony 140
Bulteel, Henry 43, 80–1
Burgon, J. W., Dean 608
burial 30, 31, 32
Burnet, Gilbert 12–13
Burrows, Henry W. 429, 432, 433
Butler, Joseph 86–7, 92, 132, 185, 258, 259, 577–8
Butler, William 352, 353, 354–5, 357, 358, 390
Calvinism 40, 42, 43, 99, 100
Cambridge Camden Society 362, 363, 368, 378, 399, 401, 444
Campbell, Archibald 28
Campbell, R. J. 599–600
Carey, Arthur 479
Caroline Divines 9–22, 152
anti-popery 13–15
Bangorian Controversy 16–17
conciliarist ideas 10, 11, 14, 15, 18, 19
and the divine authority of the Church 11–12
and the divine right of bishops 14, 15
Erastianism 11
Gallicanism 18–19
Latitudinarians 12–13, 17
reconciliation of Church of England and Catholic Church 17–18
Carter, Grayson 38–50
Cathedral, The (Williams) 271, 276–7, 279
Catholic emancipation, see Roman Catholic Church
‘Catholicity of the English Church, The’ (Newman) 505–6
Cave, William 23, 26
Chadwick, Owen 4, 224, 383, 457, 606, 613
Chapman, Mark D. 500–13
Chateaubriand, François-René de 458
Chichester Theological College 118–19
Christ in the House of His Parents (Millais) 428
Christian Ballads (Coxe) 415–17
Christian Remembrancer 116, 172, 177–8
Christian Social Union (CSU) 599
Christian Year, The (Keble) 67, 68, 70, 102–3, 113, 271, 274, 279, 281, 377–8, 410, 411, 413–14
Christie, Albany 115
Christie, John Frederic 112
Church and State (Coleridge) 75–8
Church of England 1, 2, 132
in America 470–1
Anglican-Dissenting alliance 52–3
Anglican rule of faith 202, 203, 207
Anglican theory of church unity 226
Anglicanism and tradition 201–2
Anglo-Catholicism in 2016 628–31
apostolic succession principle 101–2, 105–6, 145, 153–5, 216–18, 219, 221, 224, 228–9, 278–80, 501, 502, 511, 560–1
‘Broad Church’ 590, 592
catholicity 216, 218, 224, 298, 305, 309, 320–1, 363, 406, 501, 504, 505–6, 510–11
church-state relations 113, 336–8, 469–70, 475–6
divine authority 11–12, 16–17
eighteenth century Anglicanism, literature on 51–2
and the Evangelical Revival 39–40
faith of 562–6
and Liberalism 587–8, 590, 592
Nonjurors 16, 19–20, 23–4, 25, 33, 54
and the poor 343–5
reconciliation with Catholic Church 17–18, 461–3, 510
and the relationship between Tractarians and evangelicals 46–9
right to enforce independent discipline 30
status of 97–8
women, ordination of 626–8, 630
Church of England c.1689–c.1833, The 52
Church of Ireland 442–6
Church of the Fathers 113
Church, Richard William 98, 112, 120, 333–4, 611, 613
Church Temporalities (Ireland) Act of 1833 137–8, 139–40, 218–19, 443, 560
Churton, Edward 292–3, 299
Cleaver, William, Bishop of Chester 58
clerisy 75–6, 78
Codex (Gibson) 29
Coleridge, John Taylor 67–8, 69, 72–3
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor 70, 71, 72, 75–8
Collection of Meditations and Devotions in Three Parts (Hopton) 27
Collection of Papers Connected with the Theological Movement of 1833, A (Perceval) 607
Collier, Jeremy 23
Colquhoun, John Campbell 79
Colton Green: A Tale of the Black Country (Gresley) 339, 340
Comber, Thomas 23
Companion for the Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England (Nelson) 24, 27–8
Comper, Ninian 372–3
conciliarist ideas 10–11, 14, 15, 18, 19
confession 355–7
Confessional, The (Blackburne) 53
Congress Movement 517–29, 543
activities of 521–2
Anglo-Catholicism as a force 517
first Congress 519–20
fourth Congress 526–7
liturgical division 521
objectives 518–19
origins of 517–18
Oxford Movement Centenary Congress 527–8
priests’ convention 522–3
second Congress 523–4
social doctrine 520–1
third Congress 525–6
Cooper, Austin 137–50
Copeland, William 23–4, 116, 611
Copleston, Edward 80, 81, 82–3, 83–4, 85, 125, 129
Cosin, John 142
Coxe, Arthur Cleveland 412, 415–17
Crabbe, George 151
Cram, Ralph Adams 368
Cressy, Hugh Serenius 17–18
Cross, F. L. 613
Daisy Chain, The (Yonge) 420, 421
Daubeny, Charles 62–3, 217
Davage, William 517–29
Davenport, Christopher, see Santa Clara, Franciscus à
Davison, John 83, 84–5, 86
Dawson, Christopher 610, 618
De Poeticae vi Medica (Lectures on Poetry) (Keble) 67, 69, 70–1, 71–2
Defensio fidei Nicænæ (Bull) 18
development of doctrine 152–3, 160–3
an early theory of development in the Oxford Movement 206–7
Newman’s steps towards a theory of development 207–10
Tractarian reactions 211–13
and Ward, William George 210–11
(p. 636) devotional and liturgical renewal, see ritualism
Devotions in the Ancient Way of Offices (Austin) 27
Dickens, Charles 411
Directorium Anglicanum 371, 372, 403, 406
disciplina arcani 103, 156, 173, 174, 192, 205, 327, 476
Discourse of Church Government (Potter) 26
Disraeli, Benjamin 77, 340, 345
Dissenters 29, 30
admission to the University of Oxford 124–7
Anglican-Dissenting alliance 52–3
burial of 31, 32
campaign on subscriptions for ministers and schoolmasters 57
Wales 446, 449
Dissertation (Hawkins) 202
‘Divers Worlds. Time and Eternity’ (Rossetti) 433–5
Doane, George Washington 477–8
Dodsworth, William 38, 120, 390, 429, 432, 433, 558–9
Dodwell, Henry 14, 15, 23, 25, 30
Doll, Peter 362–75
Dykes, John Bacchus 384
‘Earth has a clear call’ (Rossetti) 435–6
Ecclesiologist, The 368–9, 379
ecclesiology of the Oxford Movement 216–30, 444
and church architecture 363–4
the church as the mystical body of Christ 223–4
church principles 216–18
John Keble and the ‘Anglican theory of church unity’ 226
Newman’s via media 220–2
Robert Isaac Wilberforce: the Church as the extension of the incarnation 227–8, 229
Tracts for the Times 218–19
William George Ward and The Ideal of a Christian Church 225–6
William Palmer’s Treatise on the Church 224–5
ecumenism and the Oxford Movement 500–13
post-1845 ecumenical fever 509–10
and Pusey 507–9, 509–10, 511
Eirenicon (Pusey) 509–10
Eliot, George 411–12
Eliot, T. S. 544–6, 551
Episcopal Church (Scotland) 450, 450–2, 452–3
and Samuel Seabury 471–2
Erastianism 10, 11, 560–2
Erb, Peter C. 244–54
Essay on the Development of Christian Doctrine, An (Newman) 209, 210, 212, 324, 327
Essay on the Philosophical Evidence of Christianity (Hampden) 86
Essays and Reviews 592–3, 594
ethos 103, 111, 187–90, 209–10, 211
Froude: the paradigm of Catholic ethos 194–7
eucharist, the 142–3, 146, 155–6, 280–2, 311–12, 352–5, 382, 383, 402, 622
eucharistic ecclesiology 472–3
eucharistic piety 27–9
eucharistic rite 534
eucharistic sacrifice 474–7
reservation of 533–4, 537, 538, 539–40
Europe and the Oxford Movement 457–68
Oxford Movement as discussed in European nations and churches 460–5
as part of a wider intellectual and religious movement 457–9
travel as the vehicle of cultural exchange and transfer 459–60
evangelicalism 38–50, 80–1, 84, 117
definition 40–1
doctrines of grace 41, 42, 44
Evangelical Revival 39–40, 98
High Church-evangelical relations 41–2
at Oxford 42–4
and the Oxford Movement 39, 42–4
reasons for growth of 41
Tractarianism, relationship with 46–9
excommunication 29, 30, 31
(p. 637) faith 189–90, 248
of the Church of England 562–6
fasting 48, 143, 155, 157
fiction, see poetry and fiction
Fock, Friedrich 465
Force of Truth, The (Scott) 38, 100
Four Quartets (Eliot) 545–6
Franklin, William 595–6
French Revolution 60–1
Friedman, Terry 366
Froude, James Anthony 614
Froude, Richard Hurrell 4, 16, 48–9, 88, 89–90, 92, 104, 105, 107, 111, 112, 156–7, 159, 167, 168, 203–4, 305, 309–10, 343, 577, 610
and ethos 187–8, 194–7
Gallicanism 18–19, 312, 363, 366, 462
Geck, Albrecht 457–68
General Theological Seminary (New York) 478–9
George III, and High Church presence 51–66
Gibson, Edmund 29
Gilley, Sheridan 97–110, 320–7
Gladstone, William 38, 43–4, 49, 79–80, 120, 251, 325, 382, 451–2
Golightly, Charles P. 168, 170–1, 174, 175, 250, 314
Gondon, Jules 462–3
Gorham case 49, 561–2
Gresley, William 272, 275, 339, 340, 400, 401, 405
Hamilton, Walter Kerr 38, 43
Hammond, Henry 11, 23, 24, 27, 30, 33–4
Hampden, Renn Dickson 86–7, 107, 124–5, 126–7, 177, 306, 592
controversy about appointment as Regius Professor 127–31
Handschy, Daniel 469–84
Härdelin, Alf 222, 223, 227, 228, 229
Harrison, Benjamin 113, 231–2
Hawkins, Edward 79, 81, 82, 85–6, 87, 100–1, 127, 129, 202
Hawksmoor, Nicholas 366
Heber, Reginald 377
Heir of Redclyffe, The (Yonge) 420–1
Helmore, Thomas 379–80
Herring, George 349–61, 398–409, 419
Herringer, Carol Engelhardt 387–97
Heygate, W. E. 341, 356, 400–1, 419
Heylyn, Peter 11–12, 16, 310
Hickes, George 14–15, 19, 20, 23, 24, 27
Hidden Depths (Skene) 412, 422
High Churchmanship 12, 16, 18–20, 23–37, 81, 98
anti-popery 13–15
baptism 29
and Christian unity 33–4
definition 24–6
ecclesiology 16–17
eucharistic piety 27–9
excommunication 29, 30, 31
inability to enforce primitive discipline 30–2
Ireland 443
and John Henry Hobart 473–4
and Liberal Catholicism 597–601
and Liberalism 588–9
Methodism, attitude to 32–3
and the Noetics 84–6
patristic study, emphasis on 26
presence and persistence in the reign of George III (1760–1811)
American rebellion (1775–83), effects of 56–7
Anglican-Dissenting alliance 52–3
attitudes to Roman Catholics 58, 61
and Catholic emancipation 62
Church of England, authority of 53–4
Church of England, renewal of 52
Dissenters’ campaign on subscriptions for ministers and schoolmasters 57
eighteenth century Anglicanism, literature on 52
French Revolution, threat from 60–1
‘Hackney Phalanx’ 62–3, 91, 98, 116, 290, 291
High Church dimension of later Georgian Anglicanism 54–6
High Church presence among prelates and elite families 58–9
High Churchmen and Lord North’s administration 56
(p. 638) kingship, attitude to 54
Scottish bishops and High Churchmen 59–60
and primitive antiquity 26–7
relations with evangelicalism 41–2
Hinds, Samuel 83
Historic Doubts Relative to Napoleon Bonaparte (Whately) 84
histories and anti-histories of the Oxford Movement 605–21
anti-histories 613–17
Catholic revival, views of 612–13
‘church in danger’ viewpoint 607–8
contemporary accounts 606–10
historical interpretations of the Oxford Movement 605–6
memoirs and biographies 606
and Newman 608–12, 613, 616
revisionist interpretations 613
History of the Reformation of the Church of England (Burnet) 12
Hoadly, Benjamin, Bishop of Bangor 16–17, 52, 475
Hobart, John Henry 473–4, 477
Hook, Walter Farquhar 103, 369, 574
Hooker, Richard 10, 106, 258–9, 364–5
Hope, James (later Hope-Scott) 117, 451–2, 562
Hope, Robert 133
Hopkins, Henry 479–80, 480
Hopton, Susannah 27
Horae Canonicae (Auden) 547–50
Horne, George 33, 53–4, 54–5, 56, 58
Horsley, Samuel 58, 60, 61
Howley, William 138
Huddleston, Trevor 496
Hughes, Marian 389, 574
Hume, David 84
Hutchinsonianism 53–4
Hymnal Noted, The (Neale and Helmore) 378–9, 380
hymnody, see music and hymnody
Hymns Ancient & Modern 381–4, 622–3
Ideal of a Christian Church considered in Comparison with Existing Practice, The (Ward) 195–6, 225–6, 323–4, 337, 461, 479
Illingworth, John 598
Incarnation, the 227–8, 229, 256, 259–60
sacramental participation in the Incarnation 260–2
Independent Whig, The 24–5
Ireland 441–2, 442–6
Isaac, Robert 38
Jager, Abbé Jean-Nicolas 161, 203, 220, 460
James I 10, 11
James II 13, 14
Johnson, John 23, 25, 28, 29
Johnson, Samuel 24, 25, 28, 59
Jones, William 53–4, 61
Judiciam Ecclesiae Catholicae (Bull) 18
justification and sanctification 244–54, 311
evangelical criticism 251–2
Newman’s views on justification and sanctification 245–9, 251
Pusey’s views 249–51
theological distinctions between the concepts 244–5
Kant, Immanuel 457, 588, 591
Keble, John 23, 67–71, 77, 88, 89, 102–3, 105, 106, 111, 140–1, 147, 154, 155, 204–5, 211–12, 226, 235–6, 237, 255, 262–3, 271, 279, 301, 308–9, 337, 340–1, 410–11, 413–14, 432, 469, 501, 575
and the conversions to Rome 577–80
on eucharistic sacrifice 475–6
oration for Wordsworth’s honorary degree 72–5
poetry 279, 281, 377–8
on religion and poetry 113–14
religious knowledge, theory of 185–6
sacramentalism and creation 258–9
sermons 274, 277, 278, 279–80, 282, 577–9
Keble, Thomas 140
Ken, Thomas 24
Kettlewell, John 23, 24
King, Benjamin 101
knowledge, theory of 264–7
Knox, E. A. 617
Lacordaire, Jean Baptiste 595
Larkin, Philip 543–4, 552
(p. 639) Larsen, Timothy 231–43
Latitudinarians 12–13, 15, 16, 17, 55, 85, 90–1, 116, 125, 158, 564, 589
Laud, William, Archbishop 9–10, 11, 24
Laurence, Roger 23
Law, William 16–17, 23, 24
Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity (Hooker) 10
Le Geyt, Charles 402, 405
Lectures on Justification (Newman) 166, 222, 244, 245–9
Lectures on the Prophetical Office of the Church, viewed relatively to Romanism and Popular Protestantism (Newman) 107, 152, 162, 163, 203, 205, 220–1, 222, 504–5
Leslie, Charles 23, 24, 25
Letters of an Episcopalian (Whately) 85, 87, 91
Lewis, Thomas 27
Liberalism 585–604, 624
Liberal Catholicism 594–602
Liberal Protestantism 591–4
in the nineteenth century 585–90
Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology 116
Library of the Fathers of the Holy Catholic Church anterior to the Division of East and West 114, 118, 119, 507
Liddon, Henry 44, 168, 234–5, 235, 384, 521, 581–2, 594, 597
‘Life of Cardinal Manning’ (Strachey) 68
literature, see poetry and fiction
Littledale, R. F. 368, 383, 401, 402, 403, 405, 432–3
Lives of the English Saints series 120–1
Lives of Twelve Good Men (Burgon) 608
Lloyd, Charles 81
Locke, John 587
Lockhart, John Gibson 69
Lossky, Nicholas 436
Ludlow, Elizabeth 427–38
Lux Mundi: A Series of Studies in the Religion of the Incarnation 590, 597, 598
Lyra Apostolica 113–14, 271–2, 277–8
Macaulay, Rose 550–1
Macnab, Kenneth 571–83
Maiden, John 530–41
Maistre, Joseph de 458
Manning, Henry Edward 38, 45, 75, 118, 120, 223–4, 326, 406, 558, 560, 568–9
Mansel, Henry 597–8
Marriott, Charles 75, 112, 114, 118–19, 573, 574, 580–1
Mathison, Gilbert Farquhar Graeme 117–18
Maurice, F. D. 335, 589, 593
Mede, Joseph 27
Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott (Lockhart) 69
Menzies, Alfred 157
Methodism 32–3, 41–2, 55
Meyrick, Frederick 608–9
Mildert, William Van 137
Millais, John Everett 428
Milner, Joseph 38
Minor Prophets, The, with a Commentary Explanatory and Practical and introductions to the several books (Pusey) 234, 235
missions and the Oxford Movement 47, 71, 485–99, 623
Anglo-Catholic colonial missions 493
Anglo-Catholic domestic missions 486
Anglo-Catholicism and the SPG 488
Cambridge Mission to Delhi (CMD) 489, 490, 491
early Anglo-Catholic overseas missions 488–92
first Anglo-Catholic overseas mission 493–5
historiography 487
later developments 495–7
missions and Tractarians 485–6
Oxford Mission to Calcutta (OMC) 489, 490, 491
Society of St John the Evangelist (SSJE) 486, 489, 493–5
sympathy with local religious cultures 491–2
Universities’ Mission to Central Africa (UCMA) 488–90
Monsell, Harriet 392
Montalembert, Charles de 462, 595
More, Hannah 42
Morris, Jeremy 585–604
(p. 640) Mozley, James 3, 115, 116, 597, 608
Mozley, Thomas 45, 82, 90, 112, 115, 294, 296–9, 339, 340, 343–4, 610–11
Muhlenberg, William Augustus 480
music and hymnody 376–86, 622–3
hymnody, revival of 376–8
Hymns Ancient & Modern 381–4, 622–3
hymns for public worship 378–80
plainsong 279–80
Tractarian themes and writers 382–4
mysticism and sacramentalism 255–70
analogical principle 258–9
external approach opposed to the mystical and sacramental 256–8
and interpretation of the Bible 262–4
sacramental participation in the Incarnation 260–2
sacramental principle stamped on creation 258–60
Tractarian theory of knowledge and the mystical approach 264–7
Narrative of Events Connected with the Publication of the Tracts for the Times (Palmer) 607
National Society for the Education of the Poor 117–18, 119
Neale, John Mason 378–9, 380, 392, 412, 419–20
Nelson, Richard 143
Nelson, Robert 23, 24, 25, 27–8, 30
Nemesis of Faith, The (Froude) 614
Newland, Henry 353–4
Newman, John Henry 1–2, 9–10, 11, 12, 23, 43, 75, 79, 84–5, 89, 97–110, 117, 119, 225, 349, 460, 560–1, 562, 567, 568, 572
abandonment of evangelicalism 45–6
admission of dissenters to Oxford and the subscription controversy 125–7
on the American church 476–7
‘Anglican deathbed’ 320–7
on Arnold’s church reform proposals 123–4
belief in centrality of dogma to religion 100
on bishops 139
and the British Critic 291–4, 294–9, 300–1
on the Catholic Church 71–2, 164, 221, 503–6, 559
and Catholic emancipation 105
collegiate tutorial system, ideas on 112
conversion to Catholicism 305, 324, 325, 462, 557, 558, 572–3, 574–7, 611–12, 613
cult status of 99–100
and daily services 351
development, theory of 207–10
and ecumenism 503–6, 510–11
on the Episcopal and Prophetical traditions 221–2
and ethos 189–90, 209–10
and the eucharist 142
evangelicalism, influence of 38–9, 98–9, 100
and Froude 104, 203–4, 309–10, 577
Greek Fathers, study of 101
and Hawkins 87, 88–90, 125
in histories and anti-histories of the Movement 608–12, 613, 616
on history 157–8, 161–3
infallibility doctrine 212–13
on justification and sanctification 245–9, 251
and Liberalism 585–6, 589, 592, 595
and Littlemore 322
Lives of the English Saints series 120–1
and mysticism and sacramentalism 256–8, 261, 262, 266
and Oxford’s rejection of Peel 90–1
and the personal character of religious truth 99
as a poet 69–70, 71–2, 102, 113, 276, 277–8, 377
on prayer 147
and Pusey 575–7
realizing, concept of 190–2, 209, 266
on scriptural interpretation 231, 232, 237, 239
Tract 90 on the Thirty-Nine Articles 164–5, 170–3, 177, 237, 297–8, 304–19, 321, 324, 445, 463, 573, 583
Tracts for the Times initiative 48, 138–47
on tradition 203–4, 205
and Whately 87–8, 91, 100
Newsome, David 42
Nicomachean Ethics (Aristotle) 185
Nockles, Peter 51, 52, 79–93, 123–36, 216–17, 407, 605–21
Noetics 81–92, 101, 132, 592
Nonjurors 16, 19–20, 23–4, 25, 33, 54
North, Lord 56
Oakeley, Frederick 115, 120, 132, 176–7, 185, 227, 342, 344–5, 567
Observations on Religious Dissent (Hampden) 124–5
Oliphant, Margaret 413, 422–3
O’Neill, Samuel Wilberforce 494–5
Orford, Barry A. 376–86
‘Oxford Counter-Reformation, The’ (Froude) 614
Oxford High Anglicanism (Henthorn) 615–16
Oxford Movement 1, 333–6
after the 1845 crisis 571–83
in America 477–80
Anglo-Catholicism in 2016 628–31
centenary Congress 527–8
characteristics of in the twentieth century 542–4
church divisions c.1960–c.2010 625–8
Coleridge and Wordsworth, influence of 72
continuing influence of today 622–3
dissemination of ideas in parishes 119–20
ethos, idea of 103, 111
in Europe 457–68
evangelical background 39, 42–4
and the Gothic Revival 103
growing diversity, c.1900–c.1960 624–5
in Ireland 442–6
and Liberal Catholicism 597
and Protestantism 106–8
and the renewal of the Church of England 51–2
in Scotland 450–4
social and political dimensions of 333–6
University of Oxford’s influence on 97
in Wales 446–9
Oxford Movement, The: Twelve Years (Church) 611
Paget, Francis 342
Pahls, Michael J. G. 304–19
Palmer, William 175, 177, 212, 222, 224–5, 299, 321, 500, 502–3, 607
Paraphrastica Expositio Articulorum Confessionis Anglicanae (Santa Clara) 305, 310–13
parishes and Tractarianism 349–61, 400
daily services 351–2
the eucharist 352–5
opposition to Tractarian practices 358–9
parochial statistics and Tractarian clergy 349–51
pastoral life 355–9
Parker, Kenneth L. 151–65, 304–19
Parochial and Plain Sermons (Newman) 99, 191, 209, 281–2
Pattison, Mark 112, 115, 614
Paulus, Heinrich Gottlob Eberhard 464
Pearson, John 23
Peel, Sir Robert 41, 90–2, 105, 123, 588
Perceval, Arthur Philip 607
Perils of False Brethren, The (Secheverell) 25
Perpetual Curate, The (Oliphant) 413, 422–3
personhood 429–36
Phillpotts, Henry 137–8
Pitt the Younger, William 57, 58
Plain Sermons by Contributors to the Tracts for the Times 116
Podmore, Colin 622–32
poetry and fiction 102, 103, 395, 410–26, 427–8, 429
influence on religion 113–14
lake poets and Tractarianism 67–78
Oxford Movement’s influence on 410–12
Rossetti’s vision of personhood 429–36
Tractarian fiction 419–23
Tractarian poetry 413–19
Tractarian theology in verse and sermon 271–86
twentieth century literary tradition
(p. 642) and the characteristics of the Oxford Movement 542–4
John Betjeman and W. H. Auden 546–50
Rose Macaulay, Dorothy Sayers and Barbara Pym 550–3
T. S. Eliot and Anglo-Catholicism 544–6
Porter, Andrew 491
Potter, John 23, 26, 29
poverty and poor relief 72–4, 341–3, 343–5
Powell, Baden 81, 83, 124, 128–9, 129
Practical Catechism (Hammond) 11, 27, 30, 33–4
Pre-Raphaelite movement 427–38
Rossetti’s vision of personhood 429–36
Tractarian influences on 427–9
Presbyterianism 450, 452–3
Prickett, Stephen 67–78
Priestley, Joseph 57
Principles of Church Reform (Arnold) 123–4
Protestantism 152, 158, 463–4, 465
formularies 169–73
Liberal Protestantism 591–4
martyrs’ memorial project 168–9
rallying cry 176–8
reactions to Tractarians 166–81
reformers 167–9
truth 173–6
Pugin, Augustus Welby 169, 364, 367, 368, 370–1
Puritanism 10, 40
Pusey, Edward Bouverie 44, 48, 75, 88, 106–8, 113, 125, 131, 132–3, 134, 145, 155–6, 157, 173, 223, 245, 256, 282, 356, 399–400, 463–4, 571
analogical principle, fusion with Incarnation 259–60
connection between illumination and sanctification 266–7
and the conversions to Rome 581–3
and ecumenism 507–9, 509–10, 511
on eucharistic sacrifice 476
intellectual development 196–7
on justification and sanctification 249–51
mission, sense of 485–6
mystical and sacramental interpretation of the bible 263–4
on Newman’s conversion 575–6
and rationalism 588–9
and ritualism 404–5
sacramental participation in the Incarnation 261–2
on scriptural interpretation 232, 233–5, 237–8
and sisterhoods 389–90
Pym, Barbara 552–3
Ramsey, Michael 601
Rational Illustration (Wheatly) 28
rationalism 39, 41, 46, 48, 185, 188, 195, 200, 265, 457, 458–9, 588–9
realizing, concept of 190–2, 209, 266
Records of the Church 139
Reformation, the 11–12, 13, 17, 115, 167–8, 177, 339–40, 369, 376, 378, 504, 508–9
New Reformation movement 442–4
Rehearsals, The (Leslie) 25
religious knowledge, theory of 185–99
ethos 187–90
Froude: the paradigm of Catholic ethos 194–7
Keble’s theory of religious knowledge 185–6
Newman’s concept of realizing 190–2
reserve, principle of 192–4
universal consent principle 195
religious life 387–97, 493, 573–4
Anglican sisterhoods, growth of 389–93
Church of England Sisterhood of Mercy 391, 392
Community of St John the Baptist 392
Community of St Mary the Virgin 390–1
deaconesses 387–8
lack of support from bishops 394–5
Park Village Sisterhood 390, 391, 574
popular opposition 395
rules, daily life and work 394
social status of women joining sisterhoods 393–4
Society of St Margaret 392–3
Society of the Most Holy Trinity (SMHT) 391–2
women’s religious communities in Europe 388
Remains (Froude) 48–9, 107, 167, 168, 194–5, 196, 343
(p. 643) Remarks on Baptismal Regeneration (Davison) 84
reserve, principle of 192–4, 232–3, 273–4, 275–6, 405–6, 532, 533–4, 537, 538, 539–40
Restoration Church of England, The (Spurr) 13
Rigg, James Henthorn 615–16
ritualism 3, 103, 363, 368, 398–409, 430, 433, 448, 531–2, 617, 622
in America 480–2
and missions 485–6, 492
origins of 401–3
Tractarian ceremonial 398–401
and Tractarianism 403–7
vestments 399–400, 401, 404
Robertshaw, Benjamin 32
Robinson, Denis 271
Rogers, Frederick 112, 117
Rogers, J. Guinness 615, 617
Roman Catholic Church 12–13, 32, 71–2, 138, 218, 221, 311, 445–6, 503–6
anti-popery 13–15, 502–3, 505–6
Catholic emancipation 45, 61–2, 77, 82–3, 90, 104–5, 113, 442–3
ethos 190, 194–7
High Church attitudes to 58
and Liberal Catholicism 595–7
Newman’s view of 71–2, 164, 221, 503–6, 559
reconciliation with Church of England 17–18, 461–3, 510
religious orders 388
Romanticism 102, 377, 401, 446, 457–8, 509
Rose, Hugh James 105, 413, 588–9, 608
Rossetti, Christina 236, 238, 395, 427–38
personhood, vision of 429–36
Tractarian influences on the Pre-Raphaelite movement 427–9
Rossetti, Dante Gabriel 427–8, 429
Rossetti, William Michael 427–8, 429
Rowell, Geoffrey 216–30, 457, 458–9
Ryder, George Dudley 38, 43
Sacheverell, Henry 24, 25
sacramentalism, see mysticism and sacramentalism
St Colomba’s College (Ireland) 443–4
St Saviour’s Church, Leeds 485, 566, 573, 581
Sander, Nicholas 12
Santa Clara, Franciscus à 305, 309–13, 317
Sayers, Dorothy 552
Schleiermacher, Friedrich 458, 591
Scotland 442, 450–4
Scott, George Gilbert 369
Scott, Thomas 38, 100
scripture and biblical interpretation 71, 225, 231–43
biblical criticism, views on 239–40
Christological interpretation of the Old Testament 276–7
Keble’s writings 235–6
mystical and sacramental interpretation of the Bible 262–4
patristic patterns of interpretation 237–8
and the principle of reserve 275–6
Pusey’s writings 233–5, 237–8
relating scripture to the church year 238–9
Tractarians’ commitment to the Bible’s authority 231–3
traditional views on canonical writings, protection of 239
and Yonge 236, 238–9
Seabury, Samuel 471–3, 476–7
Secker, Thomas 30, 53
Secret History of the Oxford Movement (Walsh), 615, 616
Sellon, Priscilla Lydia 391–2
Sewell, William 445, 574–5
Shairp, J. C. 615
Sharp, Richard 23–37
Sharp, Thomas 31
Sibthorp, Richard Waldo 43
sisterhoods, see religious life
Skene, Felicia 412, 422
Skinner, Simon 289–303, 333–48
Slesser, Sir Henry 530–1
Smalbroke, Bishop 25, 312
Snook, Christopher 271
(p. 644) Society for the Propagation of the Gospel (SPG) 470, 471, 476, 485, 487, 488, 492, 493
sola scriptura 166, 200, 201, 233, 565
Sparrow, Anthony 23
Spinckes, Nicholas 24
Spirit of the Oxford Movement, The (Dawson) 610
Spry, John Hume 91–2
Spurr, Barry 542–54
Spurr, John 13
Stainer, Sir John 384
Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn 593–4
Starkie, Andrew 9–22
Statesman’s Manual, The 71, 75
Stevens, William 59
Stone, Darwell 519, 534, 535, 537–8, 602
Strachey, Lytton 68
Strong, Rowan 485–99
successionism 152, 153–6
Sumner, John Bird 251, 557, 563–4
supersessionism 152, 156–60
Taylor, Jeremy 24
Theological Works of Charles Leslie 24
Thiersch, Heinrich 464–5
Thirty-Nine Articles 53, 57, 100, 143–4, 158, 169–71, 177, 201, 204, 205, 207, 232, 244–5, 445, 503–4
Newman’s early Tractarian experience with 306–8
subscription controversy 124–7
Thorndike, Herbert 23, 27
Thoughts in Solitude (poems) 413–15
Three Lectures on Evangelicalism (Brilioth) 618
Towers of Trebizond (Macaulay) 550–1
Townson, Thomas 59
Tractarian theology in verse and sermon 271–86
apostolic succession principle 278–80
baptism and the eucharist 280–2
Christological interpretation of the Old Testament 276–7
political issues in sermons 278
published sermons 273
reserve, principle of 273–4, 275–6
sermons, importance and types of 272–3
state interference in ecclesiastical affairs, rejection of 277–8
theological themes and sermons 274
Tractarians 9–10, 11, 23–4, 51, 111–22, 123, 210–11, 211–13, 564–5, 631
activities beyond Oxford 116–17, 120
in America 474–7
and Catholic Anglican doctrine 119–21
and Chichester Theological College 118–19
development, reactions to 211–13
evangelicalism, relationship with 46–9
fellowship elections, Oxford 112
first principles concept 188–9
and the Hampden controversy 131
history, visions of 151–65
developmentalism 152–3, 160–3
successionism 152, 153–6
supersessionism 152, 156–60
House of Writers 115
Ireland 443–5
and the lake poets 67–78
Church as a poetic institution 77
Keble’s classification of poets 69
Keble’s oration for Wordsworth’s honorary degree 72–5
poetic symbols 71, 75
relationship between Church and state, Coleridge’s views 75–6
relationship between poetry and religion 70–1
tension and repression in poetry 69
literary projects 115–16
and missions 485–6
and a national education system 117–18, 119
protestant reactions to 166–81
formularies 169–73
protestant rallying cry 176–8
protestant truth 173–6
reformers 167–9
Scotland 451–4
social and political commentary 333–48
the Church and the poor 343–5
commercial spirit of economic individualism and industrialism 339–41
(p. 645) political economy 341–3
and posterity 333–6
social criticism 338–9
Tractarian political model 336–8
spread of Catholic ideas 113–14, 116
and tradition 202–5, 211–13
and university reform 132–4
Wales 447–9
Tracts for the Times 18, 23, 48, 105–6, 113, 114, 137–50, 153, 218–19, 432, 443, 501–2, 503–4, 607, 609, 626
apostolic succession principle 145, 153–5, 560–1, 572
Catholic aspects of 141–5, 146
daily offices, renewal of 142, 159–60
on the eucharist 142–3, 146, 155–6
fasting 48, 143, 155, 157
format of 139
holy days 159
Irish Church bill of 1833 137–8, 139–40
liturgy, defence of 140–1
on prayer 147, 156–7
publication process 145
‘Richard Nelson’ tracts 143
scriptural interpretation 231–3, 237, 239
and spirituality 143, 146–7
successionism 153–6
supersessionism 156–60
Tract 15 502–3
Tract 90 49, 164–5, 170–3, 177, 237, 297–8, 304–19, 321, 324, 445, 463, 573, 583
condemnation of 313–14
as ‘a hazardous experiment’ 308–9
Newman’s early Tractarian experience with the Thirty Nine Articles 306–8
Newman’s exile from the Church 314–17
Newman’s use of Santa Clara 309–13
tradition and development 200–15
Anglicanism and tradition 201–2
an early theory of development in the Oxford Movement 206–7
Newman’s steps towards a theory of development 207–10
reactions of other Tractarians 211–13
rediscovery of tradition 200
Tractarians and tradition 202–5
and Ward, William George 210–11
transubstantiation 142, 146, 156, 312
Treatise on the Church of Christ (Palmer) 224–5
Trial, The (Yonge) 412, 421–2
Turner, Frank 98
Two Short Discourses against the Romanists (Dodwell) 15
University of Oxford 55, 593–4
collegiate tutorial system 111–12
conflicts in Oxford 123–36
admission of dissenters and subscription controversy 124–7
background 123–4
Hampden controversy 127–31
university education and reform 132–4
university statutes 133
and evangelicalism 42–4
fellowship elections 112
influence on the Oxford Movement 97
Keble’s oration for Wordsworth’s honorary degree 72–5
pre-Tractarian Oxford 79–93
evangelicalism 80–1
Newman at Oxford 87–90
Noetics 81–92, 101, 592
rejection of Peel 90–2, 123
religious and theological instruction 80
religious observance at Oxford colleges 79–80
tutorial dispute at Oriel 89–90, 92
University Sermons (Newman) 99, 115, 191, 195, 209, 322–3
Ussher, James 10, 14–15, 144
Venn, Richard 33
Verses (Rossetti) 430–1, 433–5, 436
via media concept 9, 107, 119–20, 144, 152, 158–9, 220–2, 307, 320, 504–5
Wales 442, 446–9
Walsh, Walter 615, 616–17
Warburton, William 29, 587
Ward, G. R. M. 133
Ward, William George 115, 171, 195–6, 210–11, 225–6, 252, 323–4, 337, 461
(p. 646) Waterland, Daniel 29
Wesley, Charles 376–7, 381–2
Wesley, John 25, 29, 39, 55, 376
Westhaver, George 255–70
Weston, Frank 496, 523, 524–5
Wharton, Henry 15
Whately, Richard 81, 82, 83, 84, 85–6, 87–8, 91, 100, 127, 129, 138, 264–5
Wheatly, Charles 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 32
Whittingham, William Rollinson 478, 480
Whole Duty of Man 27
Wickham-Legg, J. 25–6
Wilberforce, Henry 38, 43, 45, 126, 130, 558, 559, 565
Wilberforce, Robert Isaac 44, 45, 89–90, 111, 112, 119–20, 227–8, 326, 402, 564
Wilberforce, Samuel 38, 43, 45, 48, 81, 295
Williams, Isaac 79, 89, 92, 103, 113, 116, 146–7, 251, 271, 273, 274, 278, 279, 280, 281, 367, 414–15, 447, 575, 609–10
nomination for poetry professorship 174–5
poetic analogy 276–7
reserve, principle of 192–4, 232–3, 275–6, 405–6
sermons 277, 282
Wilson, Daniel 47
Wilson, Thomas, bishop of Sodor and Man 141–2
Wiseman, Nicholas 164, 208, 307–8, 320–1, 460–1, 503
women, ordination of 626–8, 629–30
Wood, Samuel 88, 112, 117, 118, 607
development, theory of 160–3, 206–7
Wordsworth, Christopher 217–18
Wordsworth, William 67–8, 69, 70–1, 395
honorary degree from Oxford 72–5
Yates, Nigel 362–3, 404, 449, 528, 532, 533
Yonge, Charlotte 236, 238–9, 274, 395, 411, 412, 420–2, 423