"The Church of England is not 'a direct descendant of the Roman Catholic church of the 16th century' ('Keep "catholic" in the creeds', May, p. 4). It is a descendant of the Irish church of the 4th century, which missioned England in the following four centuries and formed its character then. The church in England never fully adopted Roman policies and practices: this is why Henry VIII had as easy a time as he did of withdrawing the church in England.
I did enjoy also, the note on choirs and stained windows ('Windows symbolize a life enriched by Anglican song', p. 7). The window shows St. Cecilia holding a portative organ, a one-stop, hand-pumped instrument". [Text of entire article.]