- IPA[ˈɒksfəd ˌmuːvm(ə)nt]
- a Christian movement started in Oxford in 1833, seeking to restore traditional Catholic teachings and ceremonial within the Church of England. Its leaders were John Keble, Edward Pusey, and (until he became a Roman Catholic) John Henry Newman. It formed the basis of the present Anglo-Catholic (or High Church) tradition.
- IPA[ˈäksfərd ˌmo͞ovm(ə)nt]
- a Christian movement started in Oxford, England, in 1833, seeking to restore traditional ...
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