The beliefs are based on the Holy Scripture, Christian Tradition, and Church Ecumenical Synods.
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- Our beliefs on Apostolic Succession
- Our PNCC Constitution 2010
- Our Sacrament of Matrimony Synod Paper 2002
God is one in three divine persons: the Father, who created it all; the Son, who died for our sins and rose from the dead; the Holy Spirit, who regenerates and sanctifies souls.
The Son of God, who became man and died on the cross for our salvation, is always with believers who try to live according to His teachings.
The third person of the Blessed Trinity abides in the Church to teach, govern and sanctify its members.
Kingdom of God
It is the duty of every Christian to help establish God’s Kingdom on earth through the grace and virtue of love, justice and dedication to the will of God.
The sin of the “first parents” does not pass to succeeding generations.
It is immortal and ultimately destined for eternal life with God.
Jesus Christ became man and died on the cross for our salvation.
The Church is made up of baptized Christians who worship together, partake of the sacraments, hear and obey the Word of God.
God and Nations
God Wishes all nations to act together in brotherhood and justice.
Parish Owned Property
Church property is owned by the people who purchase, build and maintain it.
Language of Worship
Masses are celebrated in the language of the people, so that all worshipers can understand God’s message.
Since 1921, bishops and priests have been permitted to marry.
Divorce is not recognized, but a marriage may be dissolved by the Church.