Agglish Hostyn

She agglish Chreestiagh ee Agglish Hostyn (Baarle: Church of England). Ta Agglish Hostyn coontit myr agglish vunneeaghtagh Hostyn.[1][2][3] Ta ard-aspick Canterbury ny chleragh smoo shinsheragh, ga dy nee ree ny benrein y Reeriaght Unnaneysit yn ard-chiannoort. She Agglish Hostyn moir-agglish y Chommeeys Anglicaanagh. Ta e shennaghys goll sheear dys yn agglish Chreestiagh va recortyssit ayns Bretyn Raueagh ec y 3-oo eash as dys sushtallys Gregoiragh dys Kent fo laue Augustine Canterbury.[4][5]

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Ard-cheeill Canterbury, coontit myr moir-cheeill Agglish Hostyn

Ren yn agglish Hostynagh shaghney yn reirey paabagh tra ren Inry VIII failleil jannoo e phoosey rish Catreeney Aragon y yannoo gyn bree ayns 1534. Ren yn Aachummey Sostynagh greesaghey fo reirey lhiass-reeaghyn Edard VI roish scarrey giare jeh aachummey yn reirey paabagh fo Voirrey I as Philib. Ren Aght y Chiondeeaght 1558 aanoaghey yn scarrey as ren yn Coardailys Ealisaidagh goaill coorse ren lhiggey da'n agglish Hostynagh cur sheese urree hene myr agglish Aachummit as Chatoleagh:

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  1. Eberle, Edward J. (2011). Church and State in Western Society. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2. ISBN 978-1-4094-0792-8. “The Church of England later became the official state Protestant church, with the monarch supervising church functions.” 
  2. Fox, Jonathan (2008). A World Survey of Religion and the State. Cambridge University Press, 120. ISBN 978-0-521-88131-9. “The Church of England (Anglican) and the Church of Scotland (Presbyterian) are the official religions of the UK.” 
  3. Ferrante, Joan (2010). Sociology: A Global Perspective. Cengage Learning, 408. ISBN 978-0-8400-3204-1. “the Church of England [Anglican], which remains the official state church” 
  4. (1998) Study of Anglicanism. Lunnin: Fortress Books, 477. ISBN 0-281-05175-5. 
  5. Delaney, John P. (1980). Dictionary of Saints, Nah, Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 67–68. ISBN 978-0-385-13594-8.