Excerpt from The Oxford Movement The poems in The Christian Y ear brought vividly before many minds the romance of Catholicism, which was already interesting the readers of Sir Walter Scott's works. These poems combined something of the re flective spirit of Wordsworth with the traditional Catholic teaching of which so many traces remained in the Anglican liturgy.
Keble left Oxford in 1823. The active founder of the Movement was John Henry Newman. Dr. Pusey joined it later, as we shall see.
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