ACC Canada In a Nutshell

ACC

The Apostolic Catholic Church is a self-governing Church which traces its Faith and Worship from the Eastern Rite and the Western Rite. Our church is a full Church member of the National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP), an association of Christian Churches, which objective is Ecumenism. It is a Church which values proper attire for both men and women. Especially in the Sacrifice of Mass where women are obliged to wear veils and descent attires. Making it known for its members’ discipline and piety. A Church that promotes the partaking of both the bread and wine in the Sacrament of Communion. A practice that originated from the apostolic teachings of the early Church.

ACC’s main church, The Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity is situated at the Pilgrimage Center of Hermosa, Bataan, Philippines along with its National Shrine of Ina Poon Bato (Our Lady of Rock) , which is located at Manila, Philippines.  The ACC Church’s footprints, is not only constrained at the Philippines but had satellite churches all over the world.

ACC Canada

The Apostolic Catholic Church of Canada is one of the satellite church of ACC here in North America.  It is under the direction of our Patriarch Dr. John Florentine, with the supervision of our Archbishops in North America, Archbishop Adolfo, Archbishop Quiel Archbishop Juan Marco and Archbishop Gerardo of the Order of the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit. ACC Canada, Diocese of Our Lady of Faith overseer is Msgr. John Philip, OMHS.

ACC-Canada.com

The objective of the ACC-Canada.com website is to serve as the Church’ virtual address on the internet.  It’s aim is to convey and host the current activities, projects, happenings as well as reach-out sealed servants here in Canada who had just arrived or had already been searching for the ACC whereabouts here in Canada.  This will also serve as a conduit to old and new “Apos” while it opens the doors to our brothers and sisters who are also contemplating on joining the flock of the Holy Spirit, The Beloved Ingkong’s  missionary group.

This website in its simplest capacity encourage members and visitors to share their views or spiritual experiences through our Testimonial and Blog pages, though we would highly appreciate visitors on this site to exercise relevant posting.  In this regard, please bear with us if your post wont be visible immediately as we would apply some filtering and moderation on posts and comments.

For prayer/mass/healing/block rosary requests, please visit the ACC Contact page.

For further information on Apostolic Catholic Church activities and events in the Philippines, please visit the ACC’s Main Website.

You can also read ACC’s citation at Wipedia.org on this link.

 

Governance

Head of the Church
The Apostolic Catholic Church (ACC), a self-governing autocephalous church, is headed by a Patriarch, the Pontifical Presbyter, in the person of Dr. John Florentine Teruel, P.P.
Congregation
The Patriarch is assisted by his Archbishops, along with the bishops and the missionary priests and nuns of the Order of the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit (OMHS).
Lay Governing Body
The lay governing body of the Apostolic Catholic Church is headed by the Parish Pastoral Council, with its own elected officers and committees, the working force of the church.
OMHS Members
The Members of the Order of the Missionaries of the Holy Spirit, which is the religious order of the Apostolic Catholic Church (ACC), are bounded by their Evangelical Vows of Chastity, Poverty, Obedience, and Acceptance to their immediate superiors, to Patriarch, Dr. John Florentine Teruel, P.P., and to Beloved Ingkong, God, the Holy Spirit.

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    The Apostolic Catholic Church is a self-governing Church which traces its Faith and Worship from the Eastern Rite and the Western Rite. Our church is a full Church member of the National Council of Churches in the Philippines (NCCP), an association of Christian Churches, which objective is Ecumenism. It is a Church which values proper attire for both men and women. Especially in the Sacrifice of Mass where women are obliged to wear veils and descent attires. Making it known for its members’ discipline and piety. A Church that promotes the partaking of both the bread and wine in the Sacrament of Communion. A practice that originated from the apostolic teachings of the early Church.