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Some major differences between the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England (Anglican) include women, gays and lesbians in the clergy; priests are allowed to marry; and greater local control over churches instead of a strong central authority, according to About.com.

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While both Catholicism and the Church of England stemmed from the same Christian foundation, they have developed their own separate forms of religion. While the difference between the religions is rather personal than doctrinal, there is one major exception. Here is the difference between Catholicism and the Church of England.

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Anglicanism sees itself as a “Via Media” (middle way) between the Protestantism of Luther and Calvin and the Catholicism of the Roman popes. There is ancient tradition, but there is also reformist ideas and openness to new ones. This makes it diff...

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From a Catholic point of view: there really isn't a difference between the members of the Church of England (Anglican or Episcopalian) or Protestants because all Churches who broke from Rome ...

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In the mid-16th century, King Henry VIII declared the Church in England independent of Rome. At first, the differences were more personal than doctrinal, with one significant exception: The Anglican Church rejected papal supremacy, and Henry VIII established himself as the head of that Church.

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Definitions Canterbury Cathedral, the mother church of Anglicanism. The Anglican Church is a worldwide association of churches descended from and aligned with the Church of England. The word “Anglican” comes from Anglia, the Latin word for “England.”The Church was founded by King Henry VIII when he renounced his allegiance to the Catholic Church in the 16th century.

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Catholic Answer Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the Catholic Church. .

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The distinction between High Church and Low Church did not appear until after the Reformation, of course. Then, the question arose: as the Protestant Church rejected Roman Catholic doctrine, how much Catholic procedure should be retained? Martin Luther and Ulrich Zwingli took opposing views.

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The Eastern Orthodox church and the Roman Catholic church split in the Great Schism. The Church of England later split from the Roman Catholic church, but did not in any way align itself with the ...

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The Catholic Church is headed by the Pope and the Church of England has the Queen as the head of their church. At one time the English were all Catholics and some of their big Cathedrals were all Catholic Churches and some of our Great Saints are buried under the floor of these Cathedrals.