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neo-Catholic

[ ne-oh-kath-uh-lik, -kath-lik ]
/ ˌnɛ oʊˈkæθ ə lɪk, -ˈkæθ lɪk /
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adjective

of or relating to those Anglicans who avowedly prefer the doctrines, rituals, etc., of the Roman Catholic Church to those of the Anglican communion.

noun

a neo-Catholic person.

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Origin of neo-Catholic

First recorded in 1835–45

OTHER WORDS FROM neo-Catholic

ne·o-Ca·thol·i·cism [nee-oh-kuh-thol-uh-siz-uhm], /ˌni oʊ kəˈθɒl əˌsɪz əm/, noun
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