Tract 91

June 1982
National Review;6/25/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p742
The article focuses on the effectiveness of the Oxford Movement. The meeting between Pope John Paul II and Archbishop Robert Runcie in Canterbury, England has been seen as a delayed effect of the Oxford Movement. For centuries English Catholics were not allowed to vote, sit in Parliament or attend Oxford or Cambridge apart from other limitations. The Oxford Movement was a reform within the Anglican church which attempted to set its intellectual and theological house in order. There has been criticisms on the ineffectiveness of the Oxford Movement on the dispute between Roman Catholics and Anglicans.


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