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THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS BRIEF DISCUSSIONS OF MAJOR INFLUENCES ON POLITICS, SOCIAL ORGANIZATION, SCIENCE, RELIGION, PHILOSOPHY, COMMERCE AND HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT MOMENTS OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY WHICH INFLUENCED THE THINKING OF THE TIMES.

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The Oxford Movement is the name given to the actions and endeavors of a group of clergymen at Oxford University in the 1830s who sought to restore Catholic faith and practice within the Anglican Church. Its leaders were the professor of poetry, John Keble (1792-1866); the Regius Professor of Hebrew, Edward Bouverie Pusey (1800-1892); and the vicar of St. Mary’s and fellow of Oriel, John Henry Newman (1801-1890). Keble’s sermon on "National Apostasy" on July 14, 1833, is generally regarded as the movement’s beginning, and Newman’s reception into the Roman Catholic Church on October 9, 1845, as the end of its first phase. Taken from: Jesus Living in Mary: Handbook of the Spirituality of St. Louis de Montfort (Litchfield, CT: Montfort Publications, 1994).

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