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Synodical Ordinariate of St. John

For The Religious Societies

of St. James and St. Mary

In

The Celtic Catholic Church of the Americas/USA

Maintaining Membership in

Province of The South Central - USA

of The Episcopal (Anglican) Free Communion

One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church

To all the faithful in Christ Jesus, with Devotion to His Most Holy Mother,

Mary, throughout the World, in the Celtic Anglican Tradition.

The Celtic Order of St. James,

The Brother of Jesus

The Celtic Society of St. James was established as a teaching mission for small groups with an emphasis on the Celtic understanding of Christianity and the development of a personal Spirituality within the Celtic Way. 

The Celtic Order of St. Mary,

Mother of Consolation

Abbey of St. John

The Society of St. Mary is a monastic order honoring the life of the mother of Jesus in today's society. It is dedicated to offering hope and consolation to a hurting world through Jesus Christ.

Apostolic Teachings Through The Ages

A place where like-minded folks could strive to recover the roots of Celtic Christianity and explore what early Celts believed.

You are more than welcome to join us in this journey to find the roots of the Celtic Faith. The Celtic Faith before the Celts were forced by the Romans to accept the Supremacy of Rome.
 
We are two societies of like-minded people sharing a common heritage and culture. We all have our own faith-traditions and we encourage everyone to practice their faith as God gives the Light to do so.

The ordinaries (bishops) are only facilitators for the purposes defined by this Synodical Ordinariate in its ByLaws of Incorporation. We are all one among equals here.

The Synodical Ordinariate of St. James and St. Mary of The Celtic Catholic Church of the Americas/USA is a me...

Jesus with the Apostle John.

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One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church

To all the faithful in Christ Jesus, with Devotion to His Most Holy Mother,

Mary, throughout the World, in the Celtic Anglican Tradition.

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