(180082). B. Pusey, near Oxford, Eng.; educ. Oxford; assoc. with J. Keble* and J. H. Newman*; studied in Ger.; prof. Heb. and canon Christ Ch., Oxford; resolved to reform Angl. Ch. and unite Eng. and Roman chs.; head of Oxford* Movement after Newman's defection to RCm; suspended from preaching 1843 for 2 yrs. for a moderately RC sermon on the Eucharist; because of his prominence in the movement, Tractarianism* is also called Puseyism. Coed. A Library of Fathers of the Holy Catholic Church; other works include Eirenikon and 8 Tracts for the Times (18, 6669, 76, 77, 81).
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