- TRACTS FOR THE TIMES
- a series of pamphlets published in the 1830s intended to restore medieval PIETY and a FORM of ROMAN CATHOLICISM, without the POPE, to the CHURCH OF ENGLANDassociated with NEWMAN and PUSEY. They came to a sudden end in 1841 with the storm produced by Newman's Tract 90 which was too overtly ROMAN CATHOLIC.
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