Head Shot of Deacon Ferris

Deacon Gary Ferris of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America and NY National Guard chaplain  appeared on the Saluting the Troops of Morning with Express with Robin Meade show.  Deacon Ferris saluted his nieces, Emily and Veronica, who are both members of the U.S. Marine Corps.   

You can click the link below to view the video.

 

Saluting the Troops Video

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Bishop Green of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America hosted a highly informative presentation by In Our Own Voices on the impact of violence on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, & gender non-conforming (LGBTGNC) victims/survivors of crime.

You can click the link below to view the video.

In Our Own Voices Video 

 

PrayingAndSharingThe College of Bishops of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America has published a pastoral letter reaffirming its commitment to welcoming same-sex couples to participate in all the sacraments of the church, including the sacrament of holy matrimony. You can view the contents of the letter below:

 

PastoralLetterWelcomingSameSexCouples

 

 

PrayingAndSharing The People of the God of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America (CACINA) have consented to the College of Bishop's nomination of Bishop-elect Monica Kennedy, the pastor of Saint Charles of Brazil parish in Linthicum, Maryland.  Once consecrated as bishop, she will be the auxiliary bishop for Holy Trinity Diocese, assisting Bishop Ron Stephens within the Diocese.

Bishop-elect Monica has been a member of the St. Charles of Brazil Parish since 2011. She was ordained to the priesthood in 2016. She was the assistant pastor to St. Charles, under the former pastor, Fr. Peter Smith, and became pastor of St. Charles of Brazil parish in December 2018.  Congratulations to Bishop-elect Monica as she begin to serve CACINA in her new capacity.  

 

PrayingAndSharingBishop Tony Green shares with viewers about the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America, his military service as a gay man, his chaplaincy, and more on Rich Moran's No-Name-Yet podcast.  See the video below.