List of Abbreviations Introduction: The Great Experiment Part I: The Making of Parochial Tractarianism 1: 1 Tractarianism in 1845: Catastrophe or Opportunity? 2: 1 Lifting up a Loud Cry: Parochial Tractarianism, a Statistical Survey Part II: Awakening the Church: Tractarianism in Parochial Practice 3: Living Protests: Priests and their Parishes 4: Christians Receive the Gospel on their Knees 5: Chaste Magnificence: Church Restoration and Ceremonial 6: Heavenly Voices: The Daily Service 7: Holy Mysteries: The Sacraments 8: The Golden Keys: Confession 9: Preparing Souls for God's Glory: Pastoralia 10: The Dislike and Opposition of the World: Opponents Part III: The Mass in Masquerade: Ritualism 11: Novelties of External Worship 12: A Many-Sided Question: The Sources of Ritualism 13: Teaching by Ear or Eye? Tractarianism and Ritualism 14: Tokens of Eccentricity: Ritualism in Practice Conclusion: The Seed and the Fruit Appendix: A Table of Tractarian Clergy from 1840 to 1870 Bibliography
George Herring work in the Centre for Lifelong Learning at the University of York.
The Oxford Movement in Practice provides a carefully documented
history of the movement and its agenda of ecclesial renewal * W.
Clark Gilpin, University of Chicago, The Journal of Religion *
Herring articulates a coherent vision of the Church on the part of the Tractarians and identifies the efforts of a significant number of clergy to bring this vision to reality in the parishes. * Rev. Dr. Dan Handschy *