English and local saints are often emphasised, and there are differences between the provinces' calendars. King Charles I of England is the only person to have been treated as a new saint by some Anglicans following the English Reformation, after which he was referred to as a martyr and included briefly in a calendar of the Book of Common Prayer.
Anglicanism in general has always sought a balance between the emphases of Catholicism and Protestantism, while tolerating a range of expressions of evangelicalism and ceremony. Clergy and laity from all Anglican churchmanship traditions have been active in the formation of the Continuing Anglican movement.
Anglicanismo é a designação de uma tradição dentro do Cristianismo que inclui a Igreja da Inglaterra e outras igrejas historicamente ligadas àquela ou que têm crenças, práticas e estruturas semelhantes.