The Catholic Universalist Church (CUC) is a self-governing jurisdiction of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church in the Liberal Catholic tradition.

Liturgy is offered using the Rites of the Liberal Catholic Church and the Young Rite, as well as other Universalist, mystical celebrations of the Eucharist.  Although not affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church, the CUC offers valid catholic liturgy and sacraments to those who come to hear that the Gospel really is "Good News" in that all will ultimately be reconciled to the Divine.

All who come with an open, honest heart are welcome, and the CUC does not discriminate based on race, gender, nationality, sexual orientation or identification, ethnicity, or disability. Our sacraments, including the fullness of Holy Orders, are available to all.



The Principle Theses Taught by the Catholic Unversalist Church

  • There is One Reality, an Infinite Divine Source, who is Love, Light, Truth, and Spirit, whom we are called to seek, know, and love; this One Reality has acted to initiate the universe, and whose nature was revealed to the world in the person and teachings of Master Jesus of Galilee, known as the Christ.

  • The universal commandment is to love and serve one another, as we love and serve ourselves.

  • There is a law of justice by which actions generate consequences, whether to be manifested in this life or the life to come; and that love, grace and forgiveness ultimately overcome the law of justice.

  • The grace of God provides a full and final triumph over separation and death: the mercy and forgiveness of God are always victorious; this victory of redemption is revealed in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus; and that, therefore, no human being will be allowed to suffer pain and separation forever.

  • Every person is the divine offspring of One Reality, created in the image of the Heavenly Parent of all; the destiny of every person is to be raised up from imperfection to maturity according to the pattern of the archetypal Christ, the Child of the Divine Source, and the Perfect Human in whose image all humanity shall be transformed.

  • Mysterious spiritual phenomena, such as the resurrection of Jesus, which transcend materialistic views of reality, exist though they defy human explanation.

  • The One Reality, functioning as the Holy Spirit, has inspired numerous prophets, saints, philosophers, and mystics throughout history, in a variety of cultures and traditions; by reading the Bible and other great texts of spiritual and moral wisdom with a discerning mind, and meditating to connect to the Spirit within, there is a greater understanding of truth to be gained.  This understanding should be applied for the betterment of our world and ourselves.

  • Christ instituted various sacraments in which an inward and spiritual grace is given to us through an outward and visible sign. There are seven rites, which may be ranked as sacraments, or mysteries, namely: Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Absolution, Anointing of the Distressed, Holy Matrimony, and Holy Orders.   The Christ  is the true minister of all sacraments.

  • The church subscribes to intellectual freedom; therefore we do not require anyone to accept our theses. They are offered as a teaching framework only.  Our teachings as a church will be guided by our theses listed here, but individuals are free to reason and interpret as their own good conscience dictates.




George Christopher

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Catholic Universalist Church

Parish Locations:


Parish of the Holy Spirit

Jackson Heights, NY



Sanctuary of the Holy Spirit

Sound Beach, NY

Rev. Deacon David Kone
pastorkone@yahoo.com
631-875-9917



The Catholic Universalist Church of the Philippines

Cebu, Philippines

Bro. Gino Paradela

ginoparadela@gmail.com

0922-7929546

http://cucphillippines.blogspot.com



(Pending)

Rev. Neil Patrick Carrick

Dearborn Heights, MI