American Orthodox Catholic Church – Western Rite Mission, Diocese of New York

American Orthodox Catholic Church – Western Rite Mission, Diocese Of New York

The American Orthodox Catholic Church is a schismatic sect which claims to be part of the Universal Catholic Church. It is an independent denomination that originated from the Old Catholic Ultrajectine tradition.

The American Orthodox Catholic Church claims to be "Orthodox, but not Eastern in teaching the Faith, Catholic but not Papal in liturgy and government." This means, essentially, that they incorporate parts of both Orthodox and Catholic aesthetics while denying the dogma of both.

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