Discernment Videos

Metropolitan Jerome of Selsey has recorded a series of conferences regarding vocational discernment that anyone intentionally seeking God’s will for their life will find of interest. Though intended and delivered primarily for and within the context of a parochial catechism class, the fundamental principles regarding God’s will for all people and for the individual are…

Noticias de Cuba

Si llegas a una intersección y tienes un Pare, no buscas un patrullero para que te dé permiso a frenar tu carro. Nadie busca la aprobación de un funcionario para dar la mano a aquella anciana que se ha caído en medio de la calle ni vas a la escuela para que en la dirección…

Lent Appeal: Cuba

Our Orthodox Catholic mission in Cuba is currently in desperate need of funds to continue the SCHOOL FOR POOR CHILDREN Santa María de las Vegas Nuevas it provides every Saturday.  Context In Cuba, approximately 10% of the population lives below the poverty-line. However, even poor Cubans still have access to basic services such as healthcare,…

In response to “Ineffabilis”

According to Prosper of Aquitaine, legem credendi lex statuat supplicandi, which is to say, ‘the law of prayer determines the law of belief’ (Prosper used the equivalent term lex supplicandi in place of lex orandi). Prosper treats the church’s prayer as an authoritative source for theology in arguing that salvation must come entirely at God’s…

We are Catholic…

Old Roman Catholicism is not a sect or schism as some of its self-constituted enemies may claim; it is an honored and historic part of the Catholic and Apostolic Church founded by Jesus Christ. This Church emerged into public work on the first Pentecost in Jerusalem and is built upon the apostolic labors and sufferings…

“Old” Roman

Old Roman Catholicism is simply the continuation of the doctrines of the Catholic Faith as they had been received from Apostolic times without addition or subraction and without developed dogma unproven by Scripture or Tradition. It is important perhaps, in order to fully appreciate the Old Roman Catholic, position to consider the difference between “doctrine” and “dogma”. “Doctrine and…

Papal Infallibility… the truth

On September 8th, 1713, Pope Clement XI issued a Bull, Unigenitus, which among other things condemned the proposition that reading of the bible is for everyone, [1] and seemed to exalt the efficacy of grace to the point of destroying liberty. It also appeared to limit the Church to the predestined only.[2] The storm of protest…

We are Orthodox

On August 5th, 1911, a conference took place in Bredon’s Norton, Worcestershire, attended by Metropolitan Gerassimos Messarra, Archbishop of Beirut, Legate of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch, Archbishop Mathew and others. After a long and full discussion, the faith of the Old Roman Catholic Church under Archbishop Mathew was considered in full accord with…

New Year 2019: The Primus

His Grace, Metropolitan Jerome of Selsey addresses the clergy and faithful of the Communion bidding them an apostolic blessing for the New Year, 2019