The Solemnity of St. Olaf was celebrated as a major church feast in the Nordic countries... Read more →
When St. Peter on Pentecost Day explains to the Jews that Christ is the Messiah, he... Read more →
The Psalmist in his prophecy about Easter Day (Ps 118:24) says: «This is the day the... Read more →
How romantic it all seems, as recorded in Luke’s Gospel. The baby Jesus brought by Mary... Read more →
«In the fullness of time God sent forth his son, born of a woman, born under... Read more →
This meditation reflecting upon the meaning of the Creed’s word of the Church as “one” and... Read more →
The consecration of Bishop Jaroslaw Rafalko, elected bishop of the Western Diocese of the Polish National... Read more →
As we are approaching the Solemnity of St. Olaf on the 29th of July, it must... Read more →
Fathers Geoffrey Neal and Edward Bryant of the NCC UK Administration have launched a series of... Read more →
Who we are
The Nordic Catholic Church was established in Norway in 2000 under the auspices of the Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC). We are an Old Catholic Church and, since July 2011, Member Church of the Union of Scranton.
The Nordic Catholic Church presently has parishes and communities in Norway, Sweden, Germany, Hungary, UK, France and Italy.
Bishop Roald Nikolai Flemestad remains Bishop Delegate of the Union of Scranton for Europe also after the transfer of the Nordic Catholic Diocese of Scandinavia to his successor Bishop-Elect Ottar Mikael Myrseth. He will then continue to give episcopal oversight to the work and mission of the Nordic Catholic Church in Continental Europe and the United Kingdom.
The Bishop's Seal and Motto
Per timorem Domini et
sancti Spiritus consolationem.
The Bishop's Calendar
Solemn Mass with chrismation at St. Olaf Mission, Ålesund.
Due to the restrictions in connection with the Covid-19 pandemic activities requiring travels outside Norway are on hold until further notice.
Meetings and Events 2021 – NCC Europe
Online Annual General Meeting of the German NCC Administration – Jahreshauptversammlung des Martinuswerks.
Video Conference in preparation for the Mainz Conference II (February 2022). Invitations with call-in and program details will be available later.
The Union of Scranton International Catholic Bishops Conference (ICBC) – Scranton
Consecration of new bishop for NCC Scandinavia, St. Stanislaus Cathedral, Scranton
Bishop installation, St. John the Baptist Church, Oslo