Anglicanism is actually a term for the Church of England, otherwise known as the Anglican Communion, and the various other churches that are tied to it by similar beliefs, practices as it concerns its worship and church structures. Anglicanism is the English arm of the Roman Catholicism; just as the Roman Catholicism has its inclination and foundation in Rome, the same way Anglicanism has its roots and foundation in England.
It is the English succession and version of the Roman Catholic Church. Its adherents are called “Anglicans”.
With its headquarters in England, the Anglicans uphold the Holy Bible as the basis of their Christian faith, the traditions of the apostles and the writing of the church fathers. It has about 85 million members and adherents worldwide who supposedly read from their Book of Common Prayer.