a group of Christian Churches including the Church of England, the Church of Ireland, the Episcopal Church in Scotland, the Church in Wales, and the Episcopal Church in the US, all of which are in full communion with each other
Now Rome complains that the anglican communion is affirming gays through blessed unions and full admission to the priesthood.
The Christian Anti-Gay Campaign James Carroll January 10, 2010
It is a common reproach against the anglican communion that is “does not know its own mind.”
Our Lady Saint Mary J. G. H. Barry
He evidently understood neither the “dissidence of dissent” nor the Anglicanism of the anglican communion.
William the Third H. D. Traill
The group of Christian churches historically based in the Church of England. Anglicans combine Catholic and Protestant elements in their teaching, worship, and government. They have bishops, for example, but do not accept the authority of the pope.
Note: Nearly all of the churches of the Anglican Communion are in countries that once were possessions of Britain, including the United States, where the Anglican Communion is represented by the Protestant Episcopal Church. Anglicans use the Book of Common Prayer in worship.
the doctrines, principles, or system of the . Historical Examples Even within orthodox Anglicanism poetry and religion began to be deemed no fit company for each other. English Literature: Modern G. H. Mair It was on the Donatists, with an application to Anglicanism. Apologia Pro Vita Sua John Henry Cardinal Newman Lutheranism and Anglicanism are […]
in English; as the English would say it; according to the English way: Córdoba, Anglice “Cordova.”. Historical Examples From all the poppycock Anglice bosh you talked about poker, I’d ha’ played a straight game, and skinned you. American Notes Rudyard Kipling For a month or two Anglice was wildly unhappy in her new home. Pre […]
(sometimes lowercase) to make or become English in form or character: to Anglicize the pronunciation of a Russian name. Historical Examples It was because the word could only be translated by a circumlocution that I ventured to Anglicize it. George Eliot’s Life, Vol. I (of 3) George Eliot They shun the Italian “quarter,” mix with […]
(sometimes lowercase) to make or become English in form or character: to Anglicize the pronunciation of a Russian name. Historical Examples But the real fact is, that there is nothing outlandish about Punch except the name, and even that has been anglicised. The Comic English Grammar Unknown Their name is now anglicised by the omission […]