Our Vision is that all Catholics, throughout the entire world, will return to Original Christianity.

We have a focused mandate of returning God’s children back into the fold of Christ and restoring original Catholic Church teachings – which are in line with true Christian beliefs and practices as set out by Jesus Christ.

Our desire for this ministry has been fueled by God's love for us all; it compels us toward compassionately reaching out with healing words so that those who have strayed from Him will come back into fellowship again.

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our Mission

Our Mission is to restore true Catholic Christianity based on the Word of God, the teachings of Jesus, Apostolic Doctrines, and Early Christian Traditions.

Our Belief

We only need to maintain and profess faithfully the doctrine of Jesus Christ to combat the evils of our day.

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Join the Old Catholic Apostolic Church Nigeria and become part of a church that’s rooted in history and dedicated to offering spiritual and material support to people.

Our Foundational Articles of Faith

Our foundation is the historic Christian faith as presented in Old and New Testaments of Holy Scripture, which lead us back to Jesus. We do not subscribe to teachings, practices, and lifestyles that contradict these foundational articles of faith.

WE ARE
CHRISTIANS
We are faithful to the leadership and teachings of Jesus Christ as all that is necessary for salvation.
WE BELIEVE
IN TRINITY
We believe in one God: father, son, and holy spirit. The three persons of the Trinity share a divine essence that defines who God is.
WE ACCEPT THE word
OF GOD
We accept the Bible as God’s Word, as handed down through apostolic traditions of the early century Catholic Church.
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GOD’S MISSION

Our mandate is to win souls for Christ, and we do so by preaching the gospel.

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NEW YEAR CROSS OVER SERVICE

Come and pray your way into the new year.

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OUR FEATURE SERMON
WHAT ARE YOU FIGHTING FOR?

Highlights: Jesus Christ admonishes us not to fight for things that do not have an eternal purpose. We should always seek to follow in His footsteps by abandoning any struggle that is not relevant to our salvation.

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One thing I ask of the Lord
This is what I seek: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to seek him in his temple. Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him. The Lord is everlasting God, the creator of all the ends of the earth.
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WE ACCEPT THE WORD OF GOD

We accept the Scriptures as the Word of God, as was handed down by apostolic traditions of the old Catholic Apostolic Church from the first centuries.

FULFILLING GOD’S MISSION

Our Commission is to fulfill Christ’s mission on earth by preaching His word and winning souls for Him

WE ARE CHRISTIANS

We are faithful to the leadership and teachings of Jesus Christ as all that is necessary for salvation.

WE BELIEVE IN TRINITY

We believe in God the father, son, and holy spirit. The three persons of the Trinity are one God: they share a divine essence that defines what God is.

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696 — Diocese of Utrecht is established

St. Willibrord was consecrated to the episcopacy by Pope Sergius I in 696 at Rome. Upon his return to the Netherlands, he established his See at Utrecht. In addition, he established the dioceses at Deventer and Haarlem.

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1723 - Steenoven elected Archb ishop of Utretch

1723 — Cornelius van Steenoven is elected Archbishop of Utrecht

The Chapter of Utrecht convened at The Hague on April 27, 1723. After the Mass of the Holy Ghost, the canons prepared to advance the rights of the Catholic episcopate over the papacy by electing their own archbishop. Cornelius van Steenoven received the most votes and was named Archbishop-elect of Utrecht.

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1724 — Consecration as Archbishop of Utrecht

On Sunday, October 15, 1724, Cornelius van Steenoven was consecrated without a papal mandate by Dominique Marie Varlet in Amsterdam. Although the pope was duly notified of all proceedings, the Holy See still regarded these dioceses as vacant. Therefore, the pope continued to appoint apostolic vicars for the Netherlands.

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1725 — Church of Utrecht separates from the roman catholic church

Old Catholics’ formal separation from Roman Catholicism began over the issue of Papal authority. On February 21, 1725, Pope Benedict XIII issued a brief declaring the election of Steenoven null and void, calling his consecration “illicit and execrable”. Both Varlet and Steenoven were suspended for illicit episcopal consecration and excommunicated for claiming a diocesan see of jurisdiction without the permission of the Roman Pontiff. This led to the breakaway of the Church of Utrecht.

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1870 - Union of Utrecht

1870 — Union of Utrecht of the Old Catholic Churches is formed

At the First Vatican Council held from1869 to 1870, papal primacy in jurisdiction and the Catholic dogma of papal infallibility were defined, to the objection of the Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands and some communities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Several separate communities were formed at this time and eventually formed the Union of Utrecht of the Old Catholic Churches.

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