North American Old Roman Catholic Church -                                        Archdiocese of California
 
The North American Old Roman Catholic Church, Archdiocese of California, is an Old Roman Catholic Church descended from the
Roman Catholic See of Utrecht, which was granted autonomy
by the Holy See in 1145.
 
One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism, One Church
Churches that remain united to the Catholic Church
by means of the closest bonds of Apostolic Succession
and a valid Eucharist are true particular Churches.
Dominus Jesus,
Declaration of the Holy See by
then-Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (now-Benedict XVI, Pope emeritus)
and Tarcisio Cardinal Bertone
under the then-Pontificate of His Holiness John Paul II.
 
North American Old Roman Catholic Church
Utrecht Succession
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 Archdiocese of California
Established 1940
 
His Excellency The Most Reverend Joseph Andrew Vellone, DD 
Presiding Archbishop
Archdiocese of California
 
His Excellency The Most Reverend Chris M. Hernandez, DD 
Coadjutor-Archbishop with Succession
Archdiocese of California
 
His Excellency The Most Reverend Bobby Charles Hall, DD 
Auxiliary Bishop
Archdiocese of California, Province of the Ozarks
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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