Neo-Catholic

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Neo-Catholicism may refer to:

  • an intellectual movement in French Catholicism in the wake of the French revolution (early 19th century), see Frédéric Ozanam
  • mainstream Catholicism after Vatican I (1870) from the point of view of the Old Catholic Church
  • A (derogatory) term used in American traditionalist Catholicism (since the 1990s), coined in analogy to "neo-conservative", to refer to traditionalist Catholics who embraced the Vatican II reforms

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