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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

Succession of the Jersalem Bishops and Church.  A study from the Priory of Salem Institute of Theology Many people are unaware of how much authority Saint Joseph (Christ’s uncle, the doctor of the Sanhedrin) had. He was widely recognized as the most eligible heir to the throne and crown of King David. Many thought he […]

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 “The Sabbath in the True 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 that ignore the 1st-4th Century […]

St. Joseph of Arimathea at Glastonbury or THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF BRITAIN

St. Joseph of Arimathea at Glastonbury or THE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF BRITAIN, by the Rev. Lionel Smithett Lewis, M.A., VICAR OF GLASTONBURY. He is also the Author of “GLASTONBURY, THE MOTHER OF SAINTS“ –HER SAINTS A.D. 37-A.D.1539. FOURTH AND ENLARGED EDITION, you can also purchase here: . SETTING FORTH FULLY THE TRADITIONS OF THE EARLY […]

Excerpt from “Celt, Druid and Culdee”

Free Chapter Preview from the book “Celt Druid and Culdee” on the history of the Culdees.   From the book “Celt, Druid and Culdee” (1973) by Isabel Hill Elder To trace the history of the Culdees from the days of St. Columba is a comparatively easy task; to find their origin is more difficult. In […]