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The Catholic revival of the nineteenth century a brief popular account of its origin, history, literature, and general results : six lectures by George Worley

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Published by Elliot Stock in London .
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Statementby George Worley ; with an introduction by the Dean of St. Paul"s
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Paginationxv,152 p. ;
Number of Pages152
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Open LibraryOL25657837M

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An Age of Revival Charles Wesley was a major figure in the eighteenth century revival and a great writer of hymns. Stirring up the Faithful. After the reign of William and Mary ended in , the throne passed to a younger daughter of James II named Anne. The 19th-century Catholic periodical literature is unique in many respects. Most of the periodical publications in mainly Catholic countries can be regarded as "Catholic" literature up to a few decades before the editorial line is implicitly Catholic in most instances.. The development of the press in the 19th century was in general terms a major factor in secularization according . Full text of "The English Catholic revival in the nineteenth century" See other formats. Plainchant in the English Catholic Church, The Works of John Francis Wade5. Manuscripts by Scribes Other than WadePart II: The English Plainchant Revival in the Nineteenth-Century Roman Catholic and Anglican ChurchesIntroduction to Part II: The Revival of Plainchant in the Nineteenth-Century Roman Catholic Church in England6.

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