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What would the Roman Catholic Church position be, should I declare myself “member of the Church of England”?

What would the Roman Catholic Church position be, should I declare myself “member of the Church of England”? If you were to declare yourself a member of the Church of England, you would be declared in ...
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What is this symbol of the (Anglo-Catholic) Society of the Faith?

This is based on the Shield of the Trinity. The Wikipedia article at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shield_of_the_Trinity has this diagram:
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Has the Church of England published details of the objectives and methodology of the trial blessings of the weddings of same-sex couples?

The most natural way to understand experimental or trial blessings of same-sex weddings is, as OP assumes, to investigate how effective they are. Do couples who are blessed in this way experience God'...
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What options does a Church of England family have for disposal of ashes?

A brief Google search turns up this page as the first hit: So far as the Church of England is concerned, the matter is governed by Canon B 38.4(b) which provides as follows – The ashes of a cremated ...
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What options does a person of Church of England religion have if they are not sure if they were baptized in infancy, and can't prove it either way?

This conundrum is resolved by the device of Conditional Baptism. The Church of England states thusly: Conditional Baptism If it is not certain whether a person has already been baptized with water in ...
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