"Church of England"
Canterbury Cathedral (mother church of the Church of England)
Creative Commons AttributionCanterbury Cathedral (mother church of the Church of England) - Credit: David Spender, Flickr

The Church of England, established by Henry VIII, is the primary religion in England. The Church considers itself Reformed Catholic since it drew on Catholic doctrine to form its own.

Unlike the Catholic Church, the Church of England does not object to the marriage of its clergy.  More recently, it has decided to permit female priests and bishops.