The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, founded by members of the Oxford Movement to counter Anglo-Catholic extremism.

19.03.1995  · The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, founded by members of the Oxford Movement to …

13.01.2018  · The Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Members of the English Church. Periodical edited by Charlotte Mary Yonge from 1851 to 1899:

The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, [1] founded by members of the Oxford Movement to counter Anglo-Catholic extremism. It was strongly influenced by its first editor, the novelist Charlotte Yonge , with aims of providing instruction, entertainment and improvement. Other, unstated aims were to encourage interest in education, missionary work, and charity.

The Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Younger Members of the English Church , as shown in "The Introductory Letter" in Volume 1, was targeted at middle and upper-class Anglican girls. Evidence suggests readership actually included males, adults and members of the lower classes. (By July, 1880, the word "Younger" had been dropped from the title.)

The magazine encouraged attitudes that included the prevailing view of religious and social standards. Over time, the approach was modified: Anglo-Catholic contributions were accepted, and it became more tolerant of Roman Catholicism and Nonconformism . It came to recognize that certain ills in society, such as poverty and ignorance, needed to be addressed. There was less emphasis on submission and obedience.

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The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, founded by members of the Oxford Movement to counter Anglo-Catholic extremism.

19.03.1995  · The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, founded by members of the Oxford Movement to …

13.01.2018  · The Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Members of the English Church. Periodical edited by Charlotte Mary Yonge from 1851 to 1899:

The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, [1] founded by members of the Oxford Movement to counter Anglo-Catholic extremism. It was strongly influenced by its first editor, the novelist Charlotte Yonge , with aims of providing instruction, entertainment and improvement. Other, unstated aims were to encourage interest in education, missionary work, and charity.

The Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Younger Members of the English Church , as shown in "The Introductory Letter" in Volume 1, was targeted at middle and upper-class Anglican girls. Evidence suggests readership actually included males, adults and members of the lower classes. (By July, 1880, the word "Younger" had been dropped from the title.)

The magazine encouraged attitudes that included the prevailing view of religious and social standards. Over time, the approach was modified: Anglo-Catholic contributions were accepted, and it became more tolerant of Roman Catholicism and Nonconformism . It came to recognize that certain ills in society, such as poverty and ignorance, needed to be addressed. There was less emphasis on submission and obedience.

The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, founded by members of the Oxford Movement to counter Anglo-Catholic extremism.

19.03.1995  · The Monthly Packet was an English magazine published between 1851 and 1899, founded by members of the Oxford Movement to …

13.01.2018  · The Monthly Packet of Evening Readings for Members of the English Church. Periodical edited by Charlotte Mary Yonge from 1851 to 1899:

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