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** Anglican religious order **

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Organisation
· Archbishop of Canterbury
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· Primates' Meeting & primates
· Lambeth Conferences
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· Bishops / Dioceses
Episcopal polity

Background and history
· · Christianity
· Christian Church

· (Jesus
· Christ
· St. Paul)

· Anglicanism (history)
· Anglo-Catholicism
· Oxford Movement
· Apostolic succession
· · Ministry
· Ecumenical councils

· · Augustine of Canterbury
· Bede

· Medieval cathedral architecture
· · Henry VIII
· Reformation

· Thomas Cranmer
· Dissolution of the Monasteries
· Church of England
· · Edward VI
· Elizabeth I

· · Matthew Parker
· Richard Hooker

· · James I
· /King James Version/

· · Charles I
· William Laud

· Nonjuring schism
· Ordination of women
· · Homosexuality
· Windsor Report

Theology
· Christian theology
· · Trinity
· (Father
· Son
· Holy Spirit)

· · Doctrine
· /Thirty-Nine Articles/

· · Books of Homilies
· Caroline Divines

· Chicago-Lambeth Quadrilateral
· · Sacraments
· Mary
· Saints

Liturgy and worship
· /Book of Common Prayer/
· Morning / Evening Prayer
· · Eucharist
· Liturgical year

· Biblical Canon
· · High church
· Low church

· Central Churchmanship
· Broad church

Other topics
· · Ecumenism
· *Monasticism*

· Christian prayer
· · Music
· Christian art

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/This article is about active religious orders. For orders which
have closed, see Former religious orders in the Anglican Communion./

*Anglican religious orders* are communities of men or


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