What Is Hse Responsible for?

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The Church of England, also known as Anglican Communion, broke away from the Roman Catholic Church after King Henry VIII was refused by the Pope to remarry Anne Boleyn. The two churches have very few differences and share a large community of Christian beliefs. One of their differences centres on the Eucharist, while Catholics believe Eucharist is an object of divine worship Anglicans believe that the Eucharist still remains in their natural substance hence should not be adored. Another difference entails authority; Catholics view the Pope as the leader of the church on earth while the Anglicans regard the Queen as the head of the church.
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