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[67]Anglican Churchwho have favourited prot. State Church of England, in contrast to the Presbyterian Church in Scotland Episcopal (Episcopal) Church called, according to their confession, joins the reform. Church based on Calvin's doctrine, takes a middle position between prot. and cath. Being a; it was created at the time when Henry VIII separated from the Pope in 1534 because of his marriage process, declared himself head of the English Church and gave it a new design with the help of Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury. At first this only concerned the constitution; the dogma remained Catholic. After the unsuccessful attempt by Queen Maria to reintroduce Catholicism by force, the cult was re-regulated under Elizabeth by the Book of Common Prayer (see Common Prayer, Book of) (1559) and [67] now also the creed in the Thirty-nine articles established according to Reform doctrine (1571). The bishops standing under the king, as the "supreme ruler of the church," are the heads of the church and, as imperial barons, members of the upper house. Primate of the Church and first peer of the Kingdom is the Archbishop of Canterbury. He has the privilege of crowning the king. He is followed in rank by the Archbishop of York; there are 32 anglicans under both archbishops. Bishops. The state church in Ireland, formerly 2 archbishoprics and 12 dioceses, was abolished in 1869. Confirmation and ordination as well as spiritual jurisdiction are only available to the bishops. In the bishop. The Church itself consists of three parties: the High Church, which is widespread only in North America except in Great Britain and the colonies, with hierarchical Catholicism (Tractarianism and Puseyism); the Low Church with practical endeavors (Bible dissemination, internal and external mission, etc.); the broad church, which cultivates a freer critical direction of theology. - See Makower (1894).