Catholic Church in England and Wales

Catholic Church In England And Wales

Catholic Church in England and Wales

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The Catholic Church in England and Wales is part of the worldwide Catholic Church in full communion with the Pope. Catholic Christianity was established in what are now England and Wales in the first century AD and in 597, the first authoritative papal mission, establishing a direct link from the Kingdom of Kent to Rome and to the Benedictine form of monasticism, was carried into effect by Augustine of Canterbury.

England adhered to the Catholic Church for almost a thousand years from the time of Augustine of Canterbury but in 1534, during the reign of King Henry VIII, the greater part of the Church in England, through a series of legislative acts between 1533 and 1536 was separated from the broader Catholic Church, and a new ecclesial entity, the Church of England, was created with Henry as its 'supreme...
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