What is another word for anglo-catholic?

Pronunciation: [ˈaŋɡlə͡ʊkˈaθlɪk] (IPA)

Anglo-Catholicism is a term used to describe a form of Anglicanism that emphasizes the Catholic heritage of the Church of England. It is characterized by traditional liturgical practices and a high sacramental theology. Synonyms for Anglo-Catholic include High Church, Anglo-Papalist, and Ritualist. These terms are often used interchangeably to describe the liturgical and theological practices that are associated with Anglo-Catholicism. Other related terms include Oxford Movement, Tractarianism, and Catholic Revival. While these terms may have slightly different connotations and historical contexts, they all refer to a commitment to the Catholic tradition within the Church of England.

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What are the hypernyms for Anglo-catholic?

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