Advent 1. Luke 21;25–36 Fifty years ago people might occasionally have seen a miserable looking man... Read more →
Congratulations to Fr Jerry Rafalko who was elected Bishop for the Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC). He will be consecrated on April 30th 2020 – together with Bishop-Elect Ottar M. Myrseth of the Nordic Catholic Church – at St. Stanislaus Cathedral in Scranton by the whole college of bishops.
Last Sunday of the Year John 18;33–37 Since 1925 Pentecost ends with the solemn Christian acclamation... Read more →
Reflection for 33th. Sunday of Ordinary Time / Trinity 24. Mark 13;24–32. Some said the world... Read more →
Reflection for 32nd. Sunday of Ordinary Time / Trinity 23. Mark 12,41–44. Today we shall look... Read more →
Reflection for All Saints Day John 11,32-44. Sunday October 31st this year will be widely celebrated... Read more →
Reflection for 30th Sunday of Ordinary Time/ Trinity 21. This reflection is based on a well-known... Read more →
29th Sunday of Ordinary Time/ Trinity 20. Mark 10,35-45 On the way from the Jordan valley... Read more →
28th Sunday of Ordinary Time/ Trinity 19. Mark 10,17-31 The Gospels record the vivid encounter that... Read more →
Who we are
DON'T JUST MOAN AND GROAN - WE CAN HELP!
Are you a spiritual orphan feeling your Church has left you by compromising with the spirit of the age? Are you like many Christians who have lost confidence in their leaders and the solutions they offer in these difficult times? If so we welcome you to the Nordic Catholic Church.
We are the English part of the Nordic Catholic Church in Europe. We are unashamedly traditional in our beliefs, because we are rooted in the scriptures and the apostolic faith and order of the first millennium, our life and liturgy reflects our roots in nearly two thousand years of British Christianity. We are crucially looking to the future because we live in an age hostile to our faith, and much of our history too. No wonder the culture is drifting into confusion.
Though we are materially poor, with no buildings and little bureaucracy, yet spiritually we are alive celebrating Mass in rented churches or in private homes. As Old Catholics we are in a privileged position as our orders are recognized by the Roman Catholic Church and our doctrine by Constantinople. Moreover, our liturgical life is very similar to the Anglican tradition.
In the UK we are mainly former members of the Church of England. We are proud of our great heritage, our witness seeks to bring the Gospel to our present predicament and future generations. Interested? You can contact our Vicar General Geoffrey Neal by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Most Rev. Roald Nikolai Flemestad, Bishop of the Nordic Catholic Church.
The Bishop's Seal and Motto
Per timorem Domini et
sancti Spiritus consolationem.
The Bishop's Calendar
Consecration and installation of Bishop-Elect Ottar Myrseth as bishop of the Scandinavian Diocese in The Nordic Catholic Church, at St. John the Baptist Church, Oslo.
Annual Automn Conference of the NCC at Gran, Norway.
Due to the restrictions in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic activities requiring travels outside Norway are on hold until further notice.
Meetings and Events 2021 – NCC Europe
Online Annual General Meeting of the German NCC Administration – Jahreshauptversammlung des Martinuswerks.
The Union of Scranton International Catholic Bishops Conference (ICBC) – Scranton
Consecration and installation of new bishop for NCC Scandinavia, Oslo
International Video Conference – Rescheduled for October
Video Conference in preparation for the Mainz Conference II (February 2022). Invitations with call-in and program details will be available later.