We are a tradition rich with progressive Catholic values. Our Faith Tradition is rooted in the early days of Jesus and his teachings on peace, love, justice, and equality. As a two-thousand-year-old church with Apostolic Succession, our tradition believes that faith is dependent on our actions towards the care of the oppressed, disenfranchised, poor, and unwell. We are a church that worships God by living our faith every day of the week, speaking out against injustice, and praying for healing in the world by being active believers, committed to loving our neighbors.
We are a Catholic tradition inspired by the works of science and the deepest mysteries of God. Our faith is for believers and skeptics alike, as we have been a sanctuary and refuge to those disaffected by mainstream traditions and politically distorted teachings of Christ for nearly two centuries.
As the progressive Catholic tradition, we believe in ecumenical and interfaith collaboration as an essential way to build a more holistic and loving world in accordance with the Gospels.
Throughout our many ministries, North American Old Catholics are redefining what it means to be a universal catholic church in a modern world needing prophetic voices. We gather together to worship God and share God’s love in our lives, and to feast on our bountiful blessings through a Eucharistic meal.
We are a tradition of faith and works, love and action, hope and spiritual transformation. Join us. No matter your personal or faith story, your questions , or your hope, all are welcome. We are North American Old Catholics!
It's all about Jesus
We see our mission as a simple one- we are called to be prophets in the business of saving souls. We are called to be missionaries bringing Christ’s promises of unqualified love, light and forgiveness to all.
Whether it be prayer, food, social action, or being with someone when they meet Jesus- we will be there.
Bringing Love to the World
We are a tradition of faith and works, love and action, hope and spiritual transformation.
We believe that the Bible is a love letter from God and his Son, Jesus Christ. It’s our guide to love and redemption, not a brick to beat people with into spiritual submission.