Tag: apostolic succession

The Jerusalem Church Moved To Britain, and the Apostolic See of Glastonbury, later called the “Second Rome”. Many 1st-2nd Century British Saints attest to this, see attached PDF of Saints

There are many people interested in the lines of the Apostolic Succession from the early Bishops of Jerusalem. Most people know about Saint David of Wales being consecrated as Bishop on his visit to Jerusalem. He is in the lines, as is St Joseph of Arimathea, and St John in many of the lines of […]

Lines of Apostolic Succession of Prince-Archbishop Dr. Stephen M d’Guelph Brunswick, Primace OCC

APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION LINES of The Prince-Archbishop Dr. Stephen d’Guelph Nott-Brunswick (von Wolfenbüttel), PRIMACE OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH OF THE CULDEES, and Protector of Ecclesiastical and House Orders. Download pdf: Lines of Apostolic Succession Dr. Stephen M. d’Guelph Brunswick The purpose of demonstrating these lines are as obliged as an international Minister visiting other jurisdictions and officiating […]

Numerous Ancient Manuscripts Confirming St. Joseph (of the Sanhedrin) Founded the British Hebrew Priesthood at Glastonbury in 36AD

(The following article is a book excerpt, from “Honoring the Sabbath in the Orthodox Church, East and West” http://orthodoxchurch.nl/2015/05/honoring-of-the-sabbath-in-the-historic-orthodox-church/ ) These days it has become popular, and the google ranking system seems to prefer these “new” sources who have agendas to ignore the older authentic records of Joseph at Glastonbury. There are now mostly authors […]

Apostolic Succession of ++Archbishop Stephen Michael, Primace, OCC

Herein are several of the priestly lines that are recognized in Orthodox circles of Christendom (East and West). These lines connect in direct succession down from the Holy Apostles, in a consecration ceremony of anointing and the laying on of hands. As a visiting Bishop to a foreign jurisdiction it is customary that a reconsecration is […]

Short History of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees, and Our Reestablishment

Short History of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees – TABLE OF CONTENTS – – Short Definition of Culdee –  – The First Century Church – – Numerous British 1st-5th Century Saints – – British Israelites – – Triumphant Christian Israelites – – Israelite Liturgies – – Archbishops and Patriarchs – – Charters of Glastonbury […]

“Spread of the Culdean Church” free Chapter from “History of the Scottish Nation” or The History of The Celtic Church (All Three Volumes): History of Civilization From Pre-historic Times To Medieval Times.

Free Chapter Preview: CHAPTER XXVIII SPREAD OF CULDEAN CHURCH from “History of the Scottish Nation or The History of The Celtic Church (All Three Volumes): History of Civilization From Pre-historic Times To Medieval Times.” The Culdees in France—France strewed with Culdee Institutions Culdees in Rhineland—They Christianise Gerrmany—Willibrod in Germany—Killean—Culdees in Iceland—Bird’s-eye view of Culdee Church in […]

THE IRISH POPE-KINGS FORMERLY THE RULERS OF BRITAIN

Disclaimer: The author does not take into consideration the 7 Patriarchates that spanned the times he is mentioning. The British church itself being completely under the Jerusalem Patriarchate till the 7th Century when it largely came under Rome. However much of Britain remained under non Roman Orthodoxy till the Norman invasion. We don’t subscribe to […]

Hereditary Leadership Of Tribe And Church

Hereditary Leadership in Celtic (Israel Descended) Nations The following text is from the pages 176 to 180 from “The Celtic Church in Britain” by Hardinge. Bibliography included in the following excerpt.   THE HEREDITARY LEADERS   The founder or holy man to whom the original grant of land had been made was called the patron saint of […]