A fully canonical orthodox and catholic autocephalous Apostolic See -- Полностью канонический православный и католический автокефальный Апостольский Престол.

Through adherence to the historic and constant faith of the Church as taught by the saints and the Church Fathers (St. Vincent of Lerins) and the faith once delivered for all unto the saints (Jude 3). Neither affiliation with the Bishop of Rome nor of Constantinople nor any other ecclesiastical jurisdiction is required. We accept as canonical all who accept the traditional faith.

Attraverso l'adesione alla fede storica e costante della Chiesa come insegnata dai santi e dai Padri della Chiesa (San Vincenzo di Lerins) e alla fede una volta consegnata per tutti ai santi (Giuda 3). Non è obbligatoria la l'affiliazione col Vescovo di Roma, di Costantinopoli, o qualsiasi altra giurisdizione ecclesiastica. Accettiamo come canonici tutti coloro che accettano la fede tradizionale.

Через приверженность исторической и постоянной вере Церкви, которой учат святые и Отцы Церкви (святой Викентий Леринский), и веру, когда-то переданную для всех святым (Иуды 3). Ни принадлежность к епископу Рима, ни Константинополя, ни к какой-либо другой церковной юрисдикции не требуется. Мы принимаем в качестве канонических всех, кто принимает традиционную веру.

The Apostolic See of Saints Mark and Stephen

Saint Alexander Nevsky, Grand Prince of Kiev, Prince of Novgorod, rejecting subservience to the Roman diocese. Although the Imperial Roman Church is Apostolic heir to the temporal patrimony of St. Peter, the Apostolic See of Saints Mark and Stephen continues that legacy of autocephalous autonomy, which has been confirmed numerous times over the last millenium, most recently in 2013, and thus is not subservient to the Bishop of Rome. Although we embrace the churches of the various patriarchs around the world as Christian brethren, this Apostolic See is not subject to any other jurisdiction.

Gallican Priest Ordained

His Most Excellent Reverence Monsignor Rodrigues, Archbishop of Lyons and Primate of the Gallican Rite ordains a new priest for the Holy Church.

Mar Ignatius Peter III, Patriarch of Antioch - Predecessor of the Catholicate

Mar Ignatius Peter III, Patriarch of Antioch

Mar Ignatius Peter III, Patriarch of Antioch served as the head of the Syriac Orthodox Church between 1872 and 1894. Born in Mosul to a well-known Christian family, many consider him to be the father of the modern church. 

He was a priest at the Monastery of Mor Hananyo and was consecrated Metropolitan Archbishop of Damascus in 1846, taking the name Julius. 

After the death of Patriarch Ignatius Jacob II, Ignatius Peter was unanimously elected by the synod as patriarch. Although he declined the position at first, he was eventually persuaded to accept and was consecrated and enthroned as patriarch 16 June 1872. At that point he took the Patriarchal name Ignatius.

Among his many accomplishments as Patriarch was the improvement of the Malankara Syrian Church in India, which involved diplomatic efforts in Britain and meeting with Queen Victoria. In Constantinople, he established a new church dedicated to the Blessed Virgin. 

He is buried at Beth Qadishe.

Pope Saint Pius IX - Predecessor of the Catholicate

Pope Saint Pius IX

Pope Saint Pius IX was born Giovanni Maria Mastai Ferretti in 1792. He reigned as Bishop of Rome from 1846 to 1878. This constitutes the longest known papal reign. He defined the dogma of the Immaculate Conception in 1854, which simply stated a long-held belief that the Blessed Virgin Mary Theotokos was conceived without original sin. He also formalised the dogma of the long-held belief in papal infallibility. In 1870, he permanently lost direct/de facto reign over the Stato Pontificio to the conquering Kingdom of Italy. Pope St. John Paul II beatified him in 2000, and the Florentine-Roman Papa Rutherford I canonised him in 2021. 

National Anthem of the Pontifical Roman State and Imperial Roman Church


Antonio Cardinal Barberini, Archbishop of Reims - Predecessor of the Catholicate


Antonio Cardinal Barberini

Antonio Cardinal Barberini was Archbishop of Reims (which had the right to crown the Kings of France) and also a military leader and patron of the arts. As both a Cardinal-nephew of Pope Urban VIII and a member of the elite of France, he was in a highly privileged position to shape politics and history.