Welcome to the Polish National Catholic Church!
Call Us: (570) 346-9131

Who We Are


PNCC Mass

Key points about the Polish National Catholic Church:

  • The Polish National Catholic Church is a CHRISTIAN DENOMINATION, formed in 1897 in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
  • The church serves the spiritual needs of its members, but it welcomes all people who wish to follow Christ.
  • Today, there are more than 25,000 members in America.
To learn more about our church follow any of the links below:

  • Our Organizer
    Prime Bishop Franciszek Hodur organized our church and you can learn more about him here.
  • Our History
    View this timeline to follow the course of events of our 100+ year history.
  • Beliefs and Principles
    Go here to learn our views and understand our beliefs and principles.
  • Symbols
    This section contains info about the symbols that represent us as a people.
  • Structures
    This section displays how our church is organized.

An Interview with our church leader, Prime Bishop Anthony Mikovsky

Various – Videos from St. Stanislaus, Bishop & Martyr, Cathedral, Scranton, PA

Various – Videos from Holy Mother of the Rosary PNCC, Chicopee, MA

Various – Videos from St. Joseph PNCC, Davie, FL

Various – Videos from SS Cyril & Methodius PNCC, Chicago, IL

1950s – St. John the Baptist PNCC, Frackville, PA May Day

July 2007 – Interview with Rev. Stanley Jasiurkowski, Then Pastor of Blessed Virgin Mary of Czestochowa PNCC, Latham, NY

November 2008 – A Look Inside St. Josephat’s PNCC, Duluth, MN

November 2008 – Ads for St. Mary’s PNCC, West Allis, WI

May 2009 – Memorial Day Address by Rev. Gregory Mludzik, Transfiguration of Our Lord PNCC

August 2010 – Convo 2010 videos

September 2010 – Holy Spirit PNCC Polka Fest (HTML 5 format)

December 2010 – Our Lady of Fatima PNCC, Dallas, TX – 2 (HTML 5 format)
December 2010 – Our Lady of Fatima PNCC, Dallas, TX – 1 (HTML 5 format)

October 2011 – Holy Cross PNCC, Johnstown, PA

January 2013 – Holy Mother of the Rosary Cathedral, Lancaster, NY (student video)

January 2013 – Interview with Very Rev. R. Augustin Sicard, Pastor of St. Martin & St. Rose Parish, San Antonio, TX

 

Our Address

1006 Pittston Ave, Scranton, PA
Phone: (570) 346-9131
Website: http://www.pncc.org
Email: info@nullpncc.org