04-15-2016, 06:43 PM
That is the Archbishop of Canterbury (Æthelhard or Wulfred - probably Wulfred).
Mmmmm ... yes and no, kinda-sorta. (About the "Anglican" thing, I mean. They're both definitely Catholic.)
"Anglican" doesn't necessarily refer to the official, state-endorsed "Church of England" after Henry VIII's break with Rome in the 1530s (although it is often used in that sense). It can also mean the (Catholic) Church in England since the establishment of the Archbishopric of Canterbury in the 500s or 600s.
English/Anglo-Saxon Catholics thought of themselves as "Anglicans" - which to them just meant "members of the (Catholic) Church 'in' or 'of' England." So prior to Henry VIII, the Archbishop of Canterbury would have been both a Catholic and an Anglican, whereas after Henry VIII, he was just an Anglican ...