- Anglican Communion
- Anglican Communionn.the informal organization of the Church of England and derived churches with closely related beliefs and practices, including the Anglican Church of Canada, the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S., the Episcopal Church of Scotland, etc.
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Anglican Communion — n. the informal organization of the Church of England and derived churches with closely related beliefs and practices, including the Anglican Church of Canada, the Protestant Episcopal Church in the U.S., the Episcopal Church of Scotland, etc. *… … Universalium
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Anglican Communion — noun the national church of England (and all other churches in other countries that share its beliefs); has its see in Canterbury and the sovereign as its temporal head • Syn: ↑Anglican Church, ↑Church of England • Topics: ↑church service,… … Useful english dictionary
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