Old Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht

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Archdiocese of Utrecht
Aartsbisdom Utrecht (Oud-Katholieke Kerk)
Location
Country Netherlands
Information
Denomination Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands
Established 1723
Cathedral St. Gertrude's Cathedral
Current leadership
Archbishop Joris Vercammen
Website
utrecht.okkn.nl

The Old Catholic Archdiocese of Utrecht is an archdiocese within the Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands. Since 2000, its archbishop is Joris Vercammen. The first Old Catholic archbishop of Utrecht was elected in 1723. The Old Catholic archbishop of Utrecht is automatically the president of the International Old Catholic Bishops' Conference of the Union of Utrecht. It is regarded as the mother church of Old Catholic churches. St. Gertrude's Cathedral is the cathedral of the archdiocese.

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Coordinates: 52°05′20″N 5°07′00″E / 52.0889°N 5.1167°E / 52.0889; 5.1167