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By Daniel Lyons
By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
n. The system of doctrines advanced by Dr. Pusey and other Oxford divines in the Tracts for the Times issued in 1833-41, and generally considered as Romanizing in their tendency-the exclusive right of episcopacy to apostolical succession ; denial of the validity of ordination and administration of sacraments unless in the episcopal line of apostolical succession ; efficacy of the administration of a sacrament by an ordained priest, as opus operatum; authority of the church as based on tradition ; auricular confession, and the doctrine of reserve.