The Unbloody Sacrifice and Altar, Unvailed and Supported: In which the nature of the Eucharist is explained according to the sentiments of the Christi
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The Library of Anglo-Catholic Theology (published by John Henry Parker) was a series of 19th-century editions of theological works by writers in the Church of England, devoted as the title suggests to significant Anglo-Catholic figures. It brought back into print a number of works from the 17th century, concentrating though not exclusively on the Caroline Divines.[1] The publication of the Library, from 1841, was connected with the Oxford Movement which had begun in 1833; some of the editors, such as William John Copeland[2] and Charles Crawley were clearly identified with the Movement.


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