We believe in and profess the
creed and all that it states.
We believe in the inerrancy and divine
inspiration of Holy Scriptures.
We believe in the seven sacraments of the
Church: Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Anointing and Prayers
for the Sick, Confession and Reconciliation, Marriage, and Holy
We believe that celibacy of those in Holy
Orders is a personal decision.
We believe and hold apostolic succession.
We believe and accept the doctrines of the
Seven Early Church Ecumenical Councils.
We believe and appreciate the wisdom and
guidance of the Early Church Fathers.
We appreciate the wisdom and guidance of
the founding Fathers of the Old Catholic Movement as expressed in
historic documents of the Old Catholic Churches of Europe
particularly the Declaration of Utrecht and
The Fourteen Theses of
the Old Catholic Church at Bonn.
We do not perform same-sex marriages nor ordain those living in
gay or lesbian lifestyles.
We believe that abortion and euthanasia is
the taking of human life.
We believe in the responsible stewardship
of our planet.
We believe in the One Holy Catholic and
We believe in the sanctity of marriage,
however we believe that Jesus is merciful and those who have been
divorced and/or remarried are offered the sacraments of the church.
We believe that family planning is a
personal decision between a husband and wife.
The matter and form of Sacraments will be
identical in intent and form to those used by other historic Catholic
churches, specifically the Roman Catholic Church, the Episcopal,
Anglican, Old Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches.
Rituals surrounding the matter and form of the
Sacraments will show respect for the Catholic liturgical traditions, but
may reflect local customs.
In the liturgy references to the Trinity are
in the traditional Catholic format.