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This is a nickname for the most extreme elements of the High Church faction in the Church of England, which corresponds to the Episcopalians in America. Typically, Anglo-Catholics have attached much importance to ritual and to the priesthood, which is seen as the 'officer caste', as it were. They have tended to imitate the Roman Catholics, but they don't give allegiance to the Pope.

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