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The Church of England: what observers say about it

The BBC has a good page on its website about the Church of England, as it does for other Christian denominations.

Selections from Ian Hislop's 1996 Channel 4 television programme 'Canterbury Tales' about the History of the Church of England in the twentieth century are on YouTube. Each is just over 5 minutes long.

Part One
Part Two
Part Three
Part Four
Part Five
Part Six
Part Seven
Part Eight
Part Nine

Mr CatOLick has two short videos Part One - 5 mins 19 secs -and Part Two - 5 mins 40 secs - on the Church of England's meetings of the General Synod held in London in February.

Gavin Drake has written a brilliant piece in the context of the protest at St Paul's Cathedral called 'The Church of England does not exist'

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