Tag: celtic orthodox church

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 […]

Married Abbots, Priests, Monks and Nuns of the Celtic Church

Glastonbury Married Cleric Monks     by Stephen d’Guelph Brunswick TABLE OF CONTENTS – THE MARRIED ABBOTS – – CELTIC BANGORS, NOT ROMAN MONASTERIES – – MARRIED MONKS AND NUNS – – GENEALOGIES OF CELTIC MONASTIC FAMILIES – – THE DANES LEFT GLASTONBURY ALONE – – WELSH KINGS PROTECTED GLASTONBURY – – CULDEAN MISSIONS ABROAD – […]

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 […]

Educational Information about the Orthodox Church of the Culdees

Want to learn more about the Orthodox Church of the Culdees? If you’re a member, remember you’re an evangelist wherever you go. We are living epistles. As we are to “prove all things, holding fast that which is good” make sure you know the history of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees quite well. Then […]

The Historic Celtic Church and Today’s Orthodox Church of the Culdees

The Celtic Church is a subject of much intrigue around the world. We have Saint Patrick and Saint Columba, and even Christ’s Uncle Joseph of Arimathea, and other first Century Saints who led Britain, like St. Aristobulus, St. Andrew, St. Paul, and St. Philip [some of the most ancient forefathers of the Celtic Orthodox Church]. […]