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Religion in the us


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Religion in the us

  1. 1. 1. Trần Thị Hiền 2. Nguyễn Thị Thanh Tú 3. Nguyễn Thị Hồng Thúy 4. Vũ Thị Đài Linh 5. Nguyễn Thị Hạnh 6. Thái Xuân Mai
  2. 2. OUTLINE II. Christianity 1. Anglicanism 2. Catholicism 3. The Church of Scotland 4. The Church in Wales III. Main non- Christians faiths IV. Church and State V. History of Religion in England I. A short introduction to the UK’s Religion
  3. 3. Religion in the UK
  4. 4. Britain is a multi-faith society in which Christianity is the official religion.
  5. 5. CHRISTIANITY Christianity (Kito Giáo) Catholicism (Công Giáo) Anglicanism (Giáo Phái Anh) Protestantism( Đạo Tin Lành)
  6. 6. CHRISTIANITY Free Churches (Nhà Thờ Độc Lập) Anglican Churches (Giáo Hội Anh Giáo) Catholic Churches (Giáo Hội Công Giáo) Church of Scotland (Giáo hội Scotland) Christian Community in the UK
  7. 7. Anglican Churches (Giáo Hội Anh Giáo) Church of England Church of Northern Ireland Church in Wales The Scottish Episcopal Church
  8. 8. 5 Canterbury 30 Dioceses (Giáo Khu) 14 Dioceses (Giáo Khu) Deaneries (Tu Viện) York Archdeaconries 13,000 Parish (Giáo Xứ) Archbishop Tổng Giám Mục Bishop Giám Mục
  9. 9. `ARCHBISHOPS Rowan WilliamsJustin Welby John Sentamu
  10. 10. LAMBETH PALACE The official residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lodon
  11. 11. BISHOPTHORPE PALACE The official residence of Archbishop of York
  13. 13. General Synod (Thượng Hội Đồng Chung) Measures part of LAW if accepted Laity (Người Thế Tục) 581 Mem bers Clergy (Giáo Sĩ)
  14. 14. -The Archbishops -The Bishops - the 21 senior diocesan bishops of the Church in England. The House of Lord
  15. 15. •The second largest dinomination of Christian community Catholicism •The Catholic hierachy Pope Francis Since 13 March 2013 •The Catholic Church (Roman Catholic Church) the world’s largest Christian church
  16. 16. Territorial Catholic dioceses In England and Wales In Scotland In Northern Ireland 22 8 7
  17. 17. The Pope Diocesan bishops Council of Priests (Hội đồng linh mục) Pastoral Council (Hội đồng mục sư) College of Consultors (Đoàn cố vấn) Finance Committee (Uỷ ban tài chính) Canon Law The Canon Law of the Catholic Church is the system of laws and legal principles made and enforced by the hierarchical authorities of the Church to regulate its external organization and government and to order and direct the activities of Catholics toward the mission of the Church.
  18. 18. The Church of Scotland Modern logo of the Church of Scotland Older rectangular logo of the Church of Scotland
  19. 19. The Church of Scotland •The Kirk •Founders: John Knox, Andrew Melville in 1560, accepted : 1690 •The largest Protestant church in Scotland •Presbyterian form of government (ministers, elders, deacons) Andrew Melville (1545 – 1622) Scottish scholar, theologian and religious reformer Jonh Knox (1514 – 1572) Scottish clergyman Church of Scotland Offices 121 George St, Edinburgh, City of Edinburgh EH2 4YN, UK
  20. 20. The General Assembly (Đại hội đồng) Moderator (Chủ tịch giáo hội) Supreme Court (Tòa án tối cao) Presbyteries (Giới trưởng lão) Congregations (Giáo đoàn) Kirk Sessions Parishes (Giáo xứ) The Church of Scotland
  21. 21. The Church in Wales •The Anglican church in Wales, under the Archbishop of Canterbury •6 dioceces •Episcopal church governance (quản trị giám mục nhà thờ) •The main Welsh Church since the 16th century Modern logo of the Church in Wales Flag of the Church in Wales Map of the Dioceses in the Church in Wales
  22. 22. 18th – 19th centuries: Nonconformist Churches (Giáo hội không theo quốc giáo) Baptist Union of Great Britain The Baptists (người rửa tội)The Methodists (người theo hội giám lí)
  23. 23. •The Anglican church in Wales, under the Archbishop of Canterbury •6 dioceses •The main Welsh Church since the 16th century •A disestablished church (not headed by the Monarch) •The Archbishop of Wales. Barry Morgan Installed 12 July 2003 Born: 1947, Neath, Glamorgan, Wales
  24. 24. Other faiths Judaism Other faiths Judaism
  25. 25. Judaism
  26. 26. SikhismOther faiths
  27. 27. Gurdwara Sri Guru Singh Sabha, Southall, UKThe Gurdwara Sahib Leamington and Warwick Sikhism
  28. 28. Other faiths Islam
  29. 29. Shah Jahan Mosque, EnglandThe Glasgow central mosque in Scotland Bangladeshi Muslim women in East London The Glasgow central mosque in Scotland Islam
  30. 30. Other faiths Hinduism
  31. 31. Hinduism The Swaminarayan Temple at Neasden, London Shri Sanatan Hindu Mandir, London The Swaminarayan Temple at Neasden, London
  32. 32. Other faiths Buddhism
  33. 33. London Buddhist Vihara Buddhism
  34. 34. OTHER FAITHS IN BRITAIN The main non-Christain faiths in Britain are Judaism and Islam; there are also many Sikhs and Hindus, and some Buddhists. • Most people know little about these religions but in general respect their religious and social practices. RELIGION PLACE OF WORSHIP Christianity Hinduism Islam Sikhs Judaism Cathedral Temple Mosque Gurdwara or private house Synagogue
  35. 35. CHURCH AND STATE - NO CHURCH in the UK receives direct funding from the Government IN ENGLAND:  Official / ‘established’ church: ANGLICAN CHURCH  ‘ Supreme Governor’ of the church: MONARCH IN SCOTLAND:  Official / ‘established’ church: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  ‘Supreme Governor’ of the church: MONARCH  The Monarch holds NO constitutional role in its government from the early 20th century till now IN WALES AND NORTHERN IRELAND:  NO established churches.
  37. 37. EXERCISE: 1. Everyone in Britain enjoys religious freedom. 2. Anglican Church, Catholic Church, the Church of Scotland and Free Churches are Christian. T 3. Free Churches consist of Methodists, Baptists and Catholics T F Catholics 4. The Church of England, The Church in Wales, and the Church of Ireland are Anglican T 5. There are two Archbishops in the Church of England T 6. There are 501 members in the General Synod 7. The power of the General Synod is to prepare Measures. T F 501 581 Presbyterians and the United Reformed Church.
  38. 38. 8. Measures may become part of the British law 9. The Church of England has 21 seats in the House of Lord 10. The Queen chooses the archbishops and bishops of the Church of England 11. Bishops of the Catholic Church are appointed by the Queen 12. The Church of Scotland is Protestant 13. The Church in Wales is headed by the Monarch F T F The Queen The Pope T F T 21 26 Is headed Isn’t headed
  39. 39. Exercise page 71: 1. The Church of England is the………… → official/established church 2. The Presbyterian Church of Scotland is………. → the national church. 3. The Supreme Governor of the Church of England is ……….. → The Monarch. 4. There are no established churches in…… → Wales or Northern Ireland. 5. The established churches are not……… → funded by the state.
  40. 40. CLOZE (page 72)
  41. 41. Britain used to be a Catholic Country until….………VIII broke away from the….…..…....Church after it refused to agree to him…......….....his first wife. Henry made himself.…...…..of the Church of England. When…….…..…..I became Queen in 1558, Britain became a…........… by law with the Sovereign declared Head of the Church of……….…... The monarch at the coronation is required to swear and….....…......the Protestant Religion in the United Kingdom, and….....….to the throne are not allowed to……….…..anyone who is not Protestant. Henry Catholic divorcing Head Elizabeth England maintain heirs marryProtestant 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Anglican Queen
  42. 42. Catholicism is a denomination, hence a subset, of Christianity. All Catholics are Christians, but not all Christians are Catholics. A Christian refers to a follower of Jesus Christ who may be a Catholic, Protestant, Gnostic, Mormon, Evangelical, Anglican or Orthodox, or follower of another branch of the religion. A Catholic refers to a Christian who follows the Catholic religion as transmitted through the succession of Popes of Rome and the Vatican Empire across history. The Pope is the leader of the Catholic church. The Catholic Church is the largest of the Christian Churches - about 60% of Christians are Catholic. el. conf. 2 Dec 2002res. 31 Dec 2012Rowan WilliamsTranslated from Monmouth. He was also Archbishop of Wales.[69]His resignation was announced on 16 March 2012 and took effect at the end of 2012.[70]el. conf. 4 Feb 2013Justin WelbyThe Bishop of Durham when nominated. His appointment began in February 2013.[71]Source(s):[59][72]