First used by John Henry Newman in 1838, the term Anglicanism refers to the theological and liturgical tradition of the Church of England (Ecclesia Anglicana). This tradition, which goes back to the official church texts of the Reformation period and has been shaped by later historical developments, is shared by a worldwide communion of independent churches, which are summoned to a conference e…
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