The episocpi vagantes of the present day are grouped into four main streams of succession…each present peculiar features and problems of their own, and not only this, but their representatives are men who differ widely from each other. —FROM THE INTRODUCTION
The independent Catholic movement has branches— both official and unofficial—all over the world. They constitute one of the most interesting phenomena in Christian history, a movement worthy of greater visibility and academic attention. This is the book that made the first attempt at chronicling this disparate movement, from an Anglican perspective, now back in print for the first time in decades from Apocryphile Press.