National Catholic Church of America
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The National Catholic Church of America is an autocephalous Church of the Old Catholic tradition which falls within its own independent ecumenical jurisdiction. It is headquartered in New York.
Members of this church express the desire to offer people an opportunity to worship and grow together in a Christian community. The NCCA attempts to preserve the richness of their Catholic heritage, while reflecting the cultural diversity of western civilization. They see cultural and ethnic variety, scientific and technological advances, and opportunity to affirm human rights and dignity as fertile ground for the message of Christ for the whole world.
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