Conservative Holiness Movement

The conservative holiness movement is a term that loosely defines a group of conservative Christian denominations that trace their origin back to Methodist roots and the teachings of John Wesley.

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Georg Gänswein
... elevated by Pope John Paul II to Chaplain of His Holiness ... the papacy in 2005 and Gänswein was appointed to the office of Principal Private Secretary to His Holiness ... Pope Benedict XVI honoured his secretary with the distinction Prelate of His Holiness ...
Conservative Holiness Movement - Missions
... of mission endeavors exist within the conservative holiness movement with active mission fields in the Philippines, South Africa, Ukraine, Haiti, Peru, Mexico, Asia, Eastern Europe, India, and South Korea ... below are a few of the mission organizations affiliated with the conservative holiness movement ...

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