One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounthe Bush Brotherhood
An Anglican missionary organisation established to provide ministry in remote areas.‘he came to the Church of England through the Bush Brotherhood’
- ‘His unashamed love of one-man rule was reminiscent of many of his contemporaries in Australia in the Bush Brotherhood.’
- ‘He is of opinion that the Bush Brotherhood of North Queensland "is a revival of the order of Austin Canons which did so much for England in the twelfth century".’
- ‘After a North London curacy he joined a Bush Brotherhood in Australia.’
- ‘The well-known Anglican Brotherhood of St Laurence was formed in 1930, but was never a Bush Brotherhood.’
- ‘We of the Bush Brotherhood spend a lot of time in the bush and worshipping outdoors.’
- ‘The Bush Brotherhood covered a vast area and the brother won the regard and affection of everyone he met.’
- ‘He wrote a history of the Bush Brotherhood Movement in the outback of Australia.’
- ‘He moved to Australia to join a Bush Brotherhood in Queensland.’
- ‘She compared the work of Bush Church Aid with that of the Bush Brotherhood.’
- ‘After Oxford, he devoted a little over a decade to the Bush Brotherhood.’
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