Why are Anglicans important?
Because they are a Communion of Catholic believers within these Isles and wherever the members have travelled!
For the best part of two thousand years they have held the faith revealed by Christ to the saints and taught by the Apostles after Christ's Ascension! What the One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church is today they helped fashion.
The tragedy is, that their numbers have been lessened today by liberalism and a seeking after modernity in theology instead of adherence to the Deposit, as S.Paul termed it!
The Anglican faith derives from the Church in England. The main difference between catholics and Anglicans is: Anglicans do not adhere to the Pope. Read More
As of 2015, there are about 70 million Anglicans worldwide. Read More
The meaning of life for Anglicans is their beliefs in their religion. BANANAS TOO! The meaning of life for Anglicans is their beliefs in their religion. BANANAS TOO! Read More
Convocation of Anglicans in North America was created in 2005. Read More
The 'Anglicans' aren't a group of people or followers, they are a Christian Denomination (ex: Catholic, Lutheran). Read More
Puritans would be protestant while anglicans are their own special branch Read More
Anglicans are Evangelical Catholics. Evangelical Anglicans is a double reference. Anglicans are followers of the Anglican faith. Evangelicalism is theology believing in the authority of the bible and focussing on ones personal faith. This is the heart of Protestantism which is what Anglicanism is. Read More
Anglicans do not follow the Pope, nor do they believe in the Holy Eucharist. Read More
Anglicans have the Queen of England as Defender of the Faith. They are also under the authority of the ArchBishop of Cantebury. Read More
Anglicans celebrate the usual holidays of any Christian Church, such as Easter, Ascension, Christmas, and Pentecost. In addition, many Anglicans also observe the days set aside to remember certain Saints of the church. Read More
Anglo Catholics are Anglicans (or people who come from Anglican traditions). Not all anglicans are Anglo Catholic but all Anglo catholics are (or were) anglicans. Anglicanism includes within it many theologies, both Protestant and Catholic. Anglo Catholics are the anglicans that emphasize and believe in Catholic theology and ceremonies. Read More
The Anglican Church is one of many Protestant denominations. All Anglicans are Protestants, but not all Protestants are Anglicans. Read More
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Anglicanism originated in England. That is the common name for The Church of England. Read More
Anglicans do accept that divorce does happen, and there is no restrictions in the church regarding divorce. However, remarrying after divorce is only acceptable after certain circumstances. Read More
There is a wide variety of views among Anglicans. The church officially demands celibacy of gay members, but there are many in the church that do not agree. Read More
Anglicans worship in Anglican churches, or Episcopal churches outside England. The ritual is very similar to that of the Roman Catholic church, including the reading of the Gospel. Read More
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The main religion of Guyana is Christianity - there are thousands of Anglicans and Roman Catholics. Just as important, many Hindus follow their religious traditions, likewise, there are many Moslems who worship in their faith. Read More
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Anglicans eat several different foods. They eat all of what we eat but on certain days and months. For example, they only eat Turkey at Christmas. Hop this helps! Read More
Definitely if they can agree on the essentials of the Catholic Faith! But there is a great deal in Roman attitudes that Traditional Anglicans should not accept without great thought. Read More
Anglicans believe that human consciousness doesn't cease when we die. We don't know what Heaven is actually like; it's probably something well beyond our current capacity for understanding. Anglicans believe that we will have a permanent existence in the presence of God, in a form fuller and richer than our current physical one. Anglicans tend to be non-judgemental about whether anyone would be denied that permanent existence in the presence of God. Read More