Links to the websites of the Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC) and its dioceses:
- PNCC – Official home page of the Church
The PNCC is member of the World Council of Churches. See WWC page here:
Polish National Catholic Church.
Reflection for the 16th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 20,1-16 “It’s not fair!” How often one has... Read more →
Reflection for the 15th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 18,21-35 Today’s Gospel reading speaks to us about the... Read more →
Reflection for the 14th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 18,15-20 Jesus said, “If another member of the... Read more →
Reflection for the 13th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 16,21-28 Just as Simon Peter had made his... Read more →
Reflection for the 9th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 14,22-33 Peter’s boat on the rough sea is... Read more →
Reflection for the 8th Sunday after Trinity Matthew 14;13-21 In a way, this Sunday’s Gospel (Matthew... Read more →
Today at Olsok or «Olaf’s Vigil», the Norwegian King Olaf II Haraldsson who died in the... Read more →
During the weekend of May 12th-14th our Hungarian clergy together with Abbot Michael OPR of the... Read more →
It is not always so easy to come to terms with the role of the Holy... Read more →
Reflection for Easter St. John 20;8-9 More and more Christians today are finding themselves in a... Read more →
Reflection for Passiontide Revelation 3;14ff A former British Prime Minister Harold Wilson famously remarked back in... Read more →
Reflection for 4th Sunday of Lent John 9;1-42 This Sunday is the midpoint of Lent and... Read more →
Reflection for 3rd Sunday of Lent John 4;5-42 and Revelation 7;17ff. Few of us will experience... Read more →
Reflection for 2nd Sunday of Lent John 3;1-17 and Matthew 15;21-28 March arrives and the beginning... Read more →
Reflection for Lent Matthew 6;19–21 Lent is our opportunity to renew our lives, starting with an... Read more →
During the weekend of February 10-12th, the International Theological Conference of the Union of Scranton convened... Read more →
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 outside Scandinavia has parishes and communities in Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, UK, France, Italy and Spain.
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 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
Annual Member Meeting, Martinuswerk (Germany), video conference.
Theological conference of the Union of Scranton: "God be in my thinking - The intellectual background of the secularization", Mainz, Germany.
Clergy meeting of the Nordic Catholic Church in Scandinavia, Oslo.
The International Catholic Bishops Conference (ICBC), video conference.
Altar blessing and celebrations, St. Vincent of Lérins mission, Rožňava, Slovakia.
Theological Conference at Gran, Norway.
20th Anniversary Celebration of St. Michael's Church, Fredrikstad.
Celebration to mark the retirement of Bishop Emeritus Roald Nikolai by the German Adinistration, hosted by the Abbey of St. Severin, Kaufbeuren, .
An episcopal visit is planned to take place in the UK in October.
Scheduled video conferences with the local administrations.
Currently scheduled meetings and events:
Theological conference of the Union of Scranton: “God be in my thinking – The intellectual background of the secularization”, Mainz, Germany.
Church Event, St. Vincent of Lérins mission, Rožňava, Slovakia.
International Theological Conference at Gran, Norway.
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