^Encyclopædia Britannica, Thirty-nine Articles (Church of England) （页面存档备份，存于互联网档案馆）, "The status of the Thirty-nine Articles varies in the several churches of the Anglican Communion. Since 1865 Church of England clergy have had to declare only that the doctrine in the articles is 'agreeable to the Word of God.' In the Episcopal Church in the United States, where the articles were revised in 1801 to remove references to royal supremacy, neither clergy nor laity is required formally to subscribe to them. In 1977 the articles were relegated to an appendix in the revised prayer book."
^Howe, J.W., Pascoe, S.C., Our Anglican Heritage: Can an Ancient Church be a Church of the Future?, p119, "The Anglican Church recognizes only two sacraments, baptism and the Lord's Supper. Both of these are seen as having been specifically ordained by God as symbolic of the gospel and as means by which faith is strenthenged"
^Encyclopædia Britannica, Anglican Communion （页面存档备份，存于互联网档案馆）, "There are only two sacraments, baptism and the Eucharist, but the Communion honours confirmation, ordination, marriage, reconciliation of the penitent, and unction of the sick as important religious rites."