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Yes. The Church of England is part of the worldwide Anglican communion.

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He separated from the Catholic Church because he wanted a divorce fro Catherine of Aregon to marry Anne Boleyn, , however the Catholic Church did not allow divorce , that is the reason that the Church separated and became the Anglican Church of England.


Yes, they can - that is allowed in the Anglican Church.


No, they are Anglican. Kate was born a Catholic but had to convert to the Church of England to marry William.


Just to point out, the Anglican church is a protestant church, indeed it is the main protestant church. King Henry VIII (8th) split from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th century due to not being allowed to divorce one woman and marry another; the Anglican (Church of England) church has been considered theprotestant religion ever since. The monarch of the UK is the head of the Anglican religion much like the Roman Pope is the head of the Roman Catholic church. The current head is Queen Elizabeth II. Anglican miniters (priests) do consider the Anglican church to still be Catholic in the latin sense of that word, which means "universal" Anglican churches only allow someone to marry in their churches if at least one of the parties getting married is a member of the Anglican faith (from any country, not just the UK)


They probably could these days with not too much trouble, but traditionally the monarch of England is the head of the Anglican Church, a variant Christian church which was started by Henry VIII when he broke from the Roman Catholic Church in order to divorce his wife. The British royal family is, by tradition, members in good standing of the Anglican Church.


Henry Vlll broke away from the Catholic Church so he could get a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, to marry Anne Bolyn( mother of Elizabeth l ) this act formed the Anglican church.


he wanted to divorce his 1st wife Catherine of Aragon, to marry Ann Boleyn, the catholic church would NEVER agree to that, so he appointed HIMSELF as head of the church, he then divorced and declared that the the NEW church of England is called the Anglican Church of England and a complete break-a- way from the Roman Catholic church.


Roman Catholic AnswerThe only way that you can be married in a Catholic Church if you are not already married. So, if you are married, and it was in the Anglican Church, then you would indeed need an annulment if you wished to marry someone else in a Catholic ceremony.


If you mean perform marriages, yes. If you mean get married, they don't in the Roman Catholic Church. They can in the Episcopalian/Anglican church.


A Jew is a person who follows the religion of Judaism. As the Church of England is Christian, the answer would be no.


The Anglican church is itself a Protestant denomination, so there would be no issue from that end. Some churches though do restrict access to their facilities on the basis of membership. However, certain other denominations (or religions) may take issue with a wedding that occurred in an Anglican Church.


King Henry was married to Catherine of Aragon. He falls in love with Anne Boleyn and wants to marry her. He asks the pope to grant him a divorce, but the pope refuses because it was against the Catholic Church to get a divorce. After 7 years, Henry declares that the pope had no power over him and the pope excommunicates him. In 1534, Henry has parliament declare him the head of a new church, the Church of England, or the Anglican Church. This was a Protestant Church.


Anglican, the Queen is the head of the Church of England and forbids anyone who is Catholic to succeed to throne after after King Henry VIII broke from the church to divorce his wife Catherine, to marry Anne Boleyn.


It depends what you mean by Anglican. While the mainline Anglican sects do not grant ecclesiastical annulments, some orthodox Anglican sects do. ECUSA does not require an annulment, but in order to be married in an Episcopal church you must have the permission of the bishop . The Church of England does not have an annulment process, and does not allow divorced persons to marry in the church.To answer the question - yes, the Roman Catholic Church grants annulments for non-Roman Catholic marriages. For example, possible converts to Roman Catholicism who have divorced and remarried would need an annulment for their first marriages - they could not be received into the church until they had received annulments because they would be bigamists in the eyes of the church.


A priest in the Church of England is allowed to marry freely. They can marry a divorced person or even a person of the same sex. However, this has caused great controversy and a rift in the Church of England. Some priests still choose to remain celibate.


Yes. There are no restrictions on Baptists, Methodist or Anglican clergy marrying.


King Henry broke away from the Catholic Church because the Catholic Church would not annul his marriage to Katherine of Aragon, so that he could marry Anne Boelyn. That is how the Anglican Church was formed.


King Henry was married to Catherine of Aragon. He falls in love with Anne Boleyn and wants to marry her. He asks the pope to grant him a divorce, but the pope refuses because it was against the Catholic Church to get a divorce. After 7 years, Henry declares that the pope had no power over him and the pope excommunicates him. In 1534, Henry has parliament declare him the head of a new church, the Church of England, or the Anglican Church. This was a Protestant Church.


Roman Catholic AnswerYes, with special permission from your pastor and bishop.


Henry VIII was excommunicated from the church for divorcingCatherine of Argon, so he started his own religion to marry Anne Bolyen


Yes you can get married in a Roman Catholic Church, but the sacrament of matrimony will not be celebrated in Mass.


Henry broke away from the Catholic church because the Pope would not grant him a divorce from Catherine of Aragon so he could marry Anne Bolyn, so he divorced anyway, made himself head of the Church of England which is also known as the Anglican Church


He did marry her....but only after he broke from the catholic church and made the Church of England, in order to divorce his first wife.


Yes, I am an Anglican Priest, a member of the Holy Catholic (Universal) Church an married to a Roman Catholic, and have been for 16 years.


The Roman Catholic Church was the British church until Henry VIII repudated Papal authority and made the Church of England Britain's church so he could get rid of his first wife Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn. (Who he later had beheaded)



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