... the purpose of life as we understand it is to know, love and serve God in this world so as to be happy with Him in the next.
.... in the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed and the Athanasian Creed, for these explain the Faith in plain and uncomplicated manners.
... the Bible is the inspired Word of God. The seven sacraments are outward and visible signs of God’s inward and spiritual Grace.
...the Godhead consists of God the Father, who is attributed with the creation; God the Son, co-Creator and Redeemer; and God the Holy Spirit, life of the Church.
... the Church is one, holy Catholic and Apostolic. We often pray to God through the saints and ask the saints to intercede for us to God for they are already in His Presence.
... the validity of the sacraments is the test through which the administration of a sacrament is judged to be valid. In order for a sacrament to be valid, the proper form, intention and matter is to be used with the proper minister administering this sacrament.
The administrator of the sacrament must have
been ordained by a Bishop possessing the
... in a Charismatic/Spirit filled communion,
celebrating the works, presence and guidance of a very "real and live" Holy Spirit - third member of the Blessed Trinity. The Holy Spirit's gifts and fruits include the gifts of healing, discernment and prophecy. These gifts are available today as they were in early apostolic times. We offer a “Life in the Spirit” Seminar where the gifts of the Holy Spirit are revealed for each of us. For information, please contact our Patriarch. ...evangelization is about encountering others, being close to those crushed by life’s troubles, sharing with the needy, standing at the side of the sick, elderly and the outcast. Whatever is going on in one’s life, Jesus’ victory over sin and death demonstrates that love is more powerful, gives life, and makes hope blossom in the wilderness. The message of The Catholic Charismatic Church is, “There was a time when faith was not found wanting, but found everywhere….we will take you back to the source of that faith.” As Our Lord said, "Come and see."
... in the special supportive role our sisters in Christ have within our parishes and administrations other than in the offices of deacon, priest or bishop, for this has not “been believed everywhere, always, and by all.”