Doctrines

BASIC DOCTRINES

God one and Triune

The Ecumenical Catholic Church confesses unique and true God – father, son and Holy Spirit – and Jesus Christ as God the incarnate Son.

Nicene Creed

The creed associated with the Council of Constantinople of A.D. 381 (the so-called “Nicene creed”) is the definition of Christianity.

The scriptures, tradition and reason

The scriptures of the old and new testament, the tradition of the church, human reason and experience are the three pillars of the truth and why inspiration, revelation, law and faith can be analyzed.

Non discrimination

This Ecumenical Catholic Church does not claim to take into account for a person’s race, color, gender, sexual orientation or preference, nationality or socioeconomic status.

God one and Triune

The Ecumenical Catholic Church confesses unique and true God – father, son and Holy Spirit – and Jesus Christ as God the incarnate Son.

Nicene Creed

The creed associated with the Council of Constantinople of A.D. 381 (the so-called “Nicene creed”) is the definition of Christianity.

The scriptures, tradition and reason

The scriptures of the old and new testament, the tradition of the church, human reason and experience are the three pillars of the truth and why inspiration, revelation, law and faith can be analyzed.

Non discrimination

This Ecumenical Catholic Church does not claim to take into account for a person’s race, color, gender, sexual orientation or preference, nationality or socioeconomic status.

SOCIAL DOCTRINE

LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR

The Ecumenical Catholic Church is an independent Catholic church. So it does not answers to the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Rome, known worldwide as the Pope based in the Vatican State. Since the Reformation and The Utrecht Declaration, dozens of independent Catholic churches have been founded. Some have apostolic succession and others do not. For those with apostolic succession, the Council of Trent and Pope Benedict XVI affirmed that the sacraments of independent Catholic churches are valid (theologically) but not legitimate (recognized by the Roman Catholic Church).

The Ecumenical Catholic Church has an apostolic succession. Our succession comes from Saint Peter and Saint Andrew. We are ecumenical because we accept the first 7 councils of the Church.

LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR

The Ecumenical Catholic Church is an independent Catholic church. So it does not answers to the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Rome, known worldwide as the Pope based in the Vatican State. Since the Reformation and The Utrecht Declaration, dozens of independent Catholic churches have been founded. Some have apostolic succession and others do not. For those with apostolic succession, the Council of Trent and Pope Benedict XVI affirmed that the sacraments of independent Catholic churches are valid (theologically) but not legitimate (recognized by the Roman Catholic Church).

The Ecumenical Catholic Church has an apostolic succession. Our succession comes from Saint Peter and Saint Andrew. We are ecumenical because we accept the first 7 councils of the Church.

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