The Second Sunday of Advent Matt 3;1-12 “Prepare the way for the Lord” cried John the... Read more →
Event Folders and Information
Advent Sunday Matt 24;37-44 The writer Rod Dreher begins his book The Benedict Option with these... Read more →
Sunday before Advent, Christ the King Luke 23;33-43 In six months, Britain will witness the coronation... Read more →
2nd Sunday before Advent Remembrance Sunday Luke 21;5-19 One of the saddest things about growing old... Read more →
3rd. Sunday before Advent Luke 20;27-38 The Reflections using Luke’s gospel will end with the final... Read more →
All Saints Tide Would you like to be a saint? The whole idea of sainthood arouses... Read more →
The 19th Sunday of Trinity Luke 18;9-14 C. S. Lewis reflects on St. Luke’s parable of... Read more →
The 18th Sunday of Trinity Luke 18;1-8 Jesus told the disciples a parable about the need... Read more →
The 17th Sunday of Trinity Luke 17;11-19 Christians should think regularly about the word “mercy”. It... Read more →
The 16th Sunday of Trinity Luke 17;5-10 People today are constantly searching for the truth, about... Read more →
The 15th Sunday of Trinity Luke 16;19-31 There are no poor people in heaven, only “the... Read more →
The 14th Sunday of Trinity Luke 16;1-13 Many seminarians will remember the parable of the Unjust... Read more →
As Bishop and on behalf of the Nordic Catholic Church throughout Europe, I offer our deepest... Read more →
The 13th Sunday of Trinity Luke 15;1-10 Take twenty people, ask them what God is like,... Read more →
The 12th Sunday of Trinity Luke 14;25-43 Looking at Luke’s Gospel passage for the first Sunday... Read more →
The 11th Sunday of Trinity Luke 14;1,7-14 In this week’s Gospel reflection, Jesus is an invited... 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 and other patriarchates. 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
Scheduled video conferences with the local administrations.
Meetings and Events 2022 – NCC Europe
Church event at the feast of Pentecost with ordinations, NCC Germany, Abbey of St. Severin, Kaufbeuren.
Church event, NCC Scandinavia, Oslo.
International theological Conference, Gran.
Annual Automn Conference, NCC Scandinavia, at Gran, Norway.