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Religious Movements & Reform in 19th-Century Britain

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Why was the Oxford Movement considered Anglo-Catholicism?

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1. What is another name for the Church of England?

2. Why did the Church of England tend to be anti-Catholic initially?

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The quiz and worksheet help you check your understanding of religious movements and reform in 19th-century Britain. You need to know about the Church of England for the quiz.

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  • Term for Protestant Christians who did not hold Catholic teachings
  • Another name for the Church of England
  • Why the Oxford Movement was considered Anglo-Catholicism
  • The reason why the Church of England tended to be anti-Catholic at first

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  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about why the Church of England was anti-Catholic at first and interpret it correctly

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