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Church of England

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun The national church of England, established in 1534 by Henry VIII's rejection of papal authority. The Church of England retains a liturgy and episcopal structure adapted from those of the Roman Catholic Church.

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  • proper noun The established Christian Church in England, and the mother church of the Anglican Community. Abbreviated as C of E.

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  • noun the national church of England (and all other churches in other countries that share its beliefs); has its see in Canterbury and the sovereign as its temporal head

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Examples

  • As long as the Church of England is the state Church, obviously the monarch must be an Anglican.

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  • According to history, the Church of England is very important to the Church in Tanzania (especially to the Anglican Church) because the Church of England was the one who bought the good tidings to Tanzania.

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  • While the Church of England is the established Church, of which the monarch is the supreme governor, it is obvious that the monarch ought to be of this faith.

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  • While the Church of England is the established Church, of which the monarch is the supreme governor, it is obvious that the monarch ought to be of this faith.

    Established facts

  • This has nothing whatsoever to do with evolutionary humanism, or atheism, or any other of Skinner's hallucinatory pet hates: it's to do with ignorance, to which the Church of England is a fully paid-up subscriber. jameshigham

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  • 'According to the story of history, the Church of England was the one who bought the Good News in Africa, especially in Tanzania, the country where I come from.

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  • The Archbishop will also participate in a Pilgrimage of bishops, clergy and laity of the Church of England, which is organised by the Society of Mary and the Anglican Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham.

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  • 'According to the story of history, the Church of England was the one who bought the Good News in Africa, especially in Tanzania, the country where I come from.

    An address given by the Archbishop

  • While the Church of England is the established Church, of which the monarch is the supreme governor, it is obvious that the monarch ought to be of this faith.

    Established facts

  • According to history, the Church of England is very important to the Church in Tanzania (especially to the Anglican Church) because the Church of England was the one who bought the good tidings to Tanzania.

    An address given by the Archbishop

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