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Welcome To Our Tradition! ...

Welcome To Our Tradition!

The Holy Old Orthodox Catholic Archdiocese - Church and Ministries, aka The Holy Sovereign Order O.C.A.N.A., is a worldwide, lay, diplomatic religious order with priests all over the world which seeks to glorify the Creator by promoting the sanctification of each member through work with the sick, the poor, and witness of the faith and to protect The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Holy Old Orthodox Catholic Archdiocese - Church and Ministries...
His Eminence, The Patriarch, Sir. Dr. Archbishop Michael

Email: OrthodoxArchbishop@yahoo.com

Visit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ik2erSRrWU
http://www.OldOrthodoxCatholicArchdiocese.weebly.com

Go and make disciples of every nation... Matthew 28:18-20.

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    • Holy Old Orthodox Catholic Archdiocese Ancient In Faith, NEW In Vision! His Eminence the Patriarch Sir. Dr. Archbishop Michael + Chief Patriarch of the United States - Mexico - and ALL Latin American Countries + Welcome To Our Tradition! The Sovereign Order of O.C.A.N.A. is a worldwide, lay, diplomatic religious order which seeks to glorify the Creator by promoting the sanctification of each member through work with the sick the poor and witness of the faith and to protect The Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    • The Holy Old Orthodox Catholic Archdiocese Is Self-Ruling! Archbishop Michaels´s Roman Catholic Apostolic Succession Comes From: The Mexican National Catholic Church. NOTE: The Holy Orthodox Catholic Archdiocese We Are NOT The Mexican National Catholic Church. We thank The Great Spirit for the Joy and Good that have come from sharing the Life of our Brother His Holiness Pope John Paul. His Holiness Served Faithfully as the Holy Archbishop of Rome and Spiritual Leader of our Brothers and Sisters in the Roman Catholic Church. His Holiness Pope John Paul II left his Corporal body behind at 9:37 PM on April 2, 2005. The World has been diminished by the physical loss but all on Earth Appreciate that Humanity has another Advocate in Heaven. His Holiness Pope John Paul inspired Roman Catholics and the Faithful of other Religious Denominations to seek a Mutual Understanding that would supersede Theological Differences for the Benefit of All. Vatican Doctrine of Faith Declaration An excerpt… 17. Therefore, there exists a single Church of Christ, which subsists in the Catholic Church, governed by the Successor of Peter and by the Bishops in communion with him. The Churches which, while not existing in perfect communion with the (Roman) Catholic Church, remain united to her by means of the closest bonds, that is, by apostolic succession and a valid Eucharist, are true particular Churches. Therefore, the Church of Christ is present and operative also in these Churches, even though they lack full communion with the (Roman) Catholic Church… From the Vatican, August 6, 2000 The History of the Mexican National Catholic Church In the year 1688 the archdiocese of Guanajuato was declared by the Holy Father to be a Minor See. The same status as Utrecht and Canterbury. When Vatican I came along the bishop walked out of the meeting, then a further separation occurred in 1920 in the Mexican revolution when the see was attacked by pap ally funded troops of the Italian Cardinal in Mexico City.
    • The Cardinal was on the side of the Federal army. The Roman Catholic bishops of Tamaulipas, Coahuila, and Guanajuato formed an army to defend against the land grabbing Cardinal and federals, their army included the famous Crist Eros. The division of the North led by outlaws Poncho Villa. The division of the South was led by Emilia no Zapata. The groups defeated the Federal and the Cardinal's armies at Guanajuato. The entire Roman Catholic clergy and its cardinal were expelled from Mexico for four years. They fled into various countries. The Mexican Government assisted, at first, in the formation of the Mexican National Catholic Church. They funded the operation of the seminaries and they allied with Archbishop +Carbora of Chicago who sent priests to assist in the training of new clergy. Money always comes along and changes the new ways back to the old. The New Mexican Government asked the Vatican for reparation money for its involvement in the Revolution. Rome agreed with the allowance of its clergy to return to their former positions. Slowly all the dioceses became once again Roman Catholic under the command of the pope except Guanajuato. Their bishop held out and elected it's on successor who was co-consecrated by Archbishop Carlos Duarte Costa in 1948. +Carbora, and the Roman bishop of Guanajuato, Bishop Eduardo Rodriguez stood alone as the lone Mexican native primate. He was invited to Vatican II where he made friends with Pope John who personally regularized his orders. Bishop Rodriguez attended and voted at the council. The pope granted him, as a sign of reconciliation the title of Archbishop of Guanajuato. The Vatican Cardinals opposed the papal grant. The bishop, while still kneeling before the Supreme Pontiff asked, “May this see retain its right of succession?” the Holy Father simply said, "Granted". It has stuck to this day. It is one of the only stand-alone Apostolic Sees. Please share this eBook with a friend or loved one. Thank-you! Apostolic Blessing: May Christ richly, bless you and all yours! The Holy Old Orthodox Catholic Archdiocese Archbishop Michael O.O.C.A. YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Ik2erSRrWU Email: OrthodoxArchbishop@yahoo.com