Arnold Mathew

Arnold Mathew

Arnold Harris Ochterlony Matthews, de jure Earl of Landaff of Thomastown, Count Povoleri di Vicenza (August 7, 1852–December 19, 1919) was the first Old Catholic bishop in the United Kingdom, the founder of the Old Roman Catholic Church of Great Britain and a noted author on ecclesiastical subjects.

Mathew had been both a Roman Catholic and an Anglican before becoming a bishop in the Union of Utrecht. He founded the Old Roman Catholic Church. His early life is the subject of some interest from researchers as a result of his aristocratic connections and his father's connection with colonial India.

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