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Anglo-Catholicism in Melbourne: Papers to Mark the 150th Anniversary of St Peter's Eastern Hill 1846-1996
Edited by Colin Holden, Anglo-Catholicism in Melbourne: Papers to Mark the 150th Anniversary of St Peter's Eastern Hill 1846—1996, is a collection of eleven papers, plus editor's introduction, which assists the reader in understanding the various aspects of Anglo-Catholicism that proved attractive a wide range of people. Careful and detailed study is given to subjects such as: socialism and the Christian viewpoint, the intersection of Anglo-Catholicism and the Christian Student Movement, the high proportion of women involved in the movement, missionary work and the broader social context of the movement.
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Name of Publisher: University of Melbourne, Department of History
Place of Publication: Parkville, Vic.
Resource Type: Monograph
Publication Year: 1997
Subject Covered: Philosophy & religion
Copyright: © 1997 Department of History, University of Melbourne and Colin Holden and individual contributors