The Anglo-Catholic Identities of Frederick George Scott, 1861-1944

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The Anglo-Catholic Identities of Frederick George Scott, 1861-1944
Abstract
The Montreal-born Frederick George Scott (1861-1944)was educated at Bishop's College University (BA and MA) and studied theology at King's College, London, England. Upon graduation he was refused ordination in the Anglican Church of Canada for his Anglo-Catholic beliefs. In 1886 he was ordained an Anglican priest at Coggeshall, Essex, England, and returned to Canada where he served the Anglican diocese, first in Drummondville and then in Quebec City, where he became rector of St. Matthew's Anglican Church. Scott published thirteen books of Christian and patriotic poetry, and served as an Anglican chaplain to Canadian troops during the First World War.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Queen's University
Place
Kingston, ON
Date
2000
Language
en
Citation
Whalen, Terrence Jacob. “The Anglo-Catholic Identities of Frederick George Scott, 1861-1944.” Master’s Thesis, Queen’s University, 2000.
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