The structure and function of religious orders in Anglicanism roughly parallels that which exists in Roman Catholicism. With the rise of the Oxford Movement in Anglicanism in the early 19th century came interest in the revival of "religious life" in England. Hokke-ji in was established by the consort of the Emperor. Monasteries and convents were deprived of their lands and possessions, and monastics were forced to either live a secular life on a pension or flee the country. This was primarily a way of leading a pious life for the women of aristocratic families and generally disappeared in the modern age, except for the modern Lutheran convents of Germany.
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