We are a small, but rapidly growing denomination. Parishes are located in Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Missions are under development in several other states, Canada, Kenya, and Sudan. There is also a non-geographic ethnic Vietnamese Archdiocese, and a non-geographic ethnic Sudanese Archdiocese in the United States and an Archdiocese of all Africa.
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The Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church is a True Particular Church in accordance with the terms of the Second Vatican Council’s Dogmatic Constitution on the Church: Lumen Gentium 26 http://www.ewtn.com/library/COUNCILS/V2CHURCH.HTM ; and the Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC 312, 830-833, http://www.vatican.va/archive/ENG0015/_P29.HTM. The Bishops and all other clergy of the ALCC are ordained in the historic Apostolic Succession through several lineages including the Duarte-Costa lineage of the Rebiban (or Vatican) Succession among others. For information about the specific Lineages of the historic Apostolic Succession held by this Church, please contact the Metropolitan Archbishop. The Anglo-Lutheran Catholic Church is a member of the Augustana Evangelical Catholic Communion http://www.geocities.com/littledogs2424/ALCC.html and the Sudanese Council of Churches USA.
Parishes by State
St. Wilfrid Oratory
The Most Rev. Ed Steele, S.S.S.A, DMin
2506 Astro Pl
Seffner FL 33584
Phone : 813 217-3311
Chaplain Jeffrey R. Bornemann
Naval Air Station
Pensacola, FL 32508
Phone: 760 994-3041
Our Lady of La Vang Lutheran Church ALCC
The Most Rev. Tan Binh Phan Nguyen, D.D., Th.D., Rector
Dean of the Holy Synod of the ALCC
2389 Alden Woods Drive
Jonesboro, GA 30236
Office and Rectory: (770) 210-9346
St. Andrew’s Chapel ALCC
Fr. Rodger N. Middleton, Rector
6243 Pinnacle Blvd.
Indianapolis, IN 46237
Parish Office: (317) 985-1319
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church ALCC
The Rev. Fr. Chaplain Duku Ladu Gwongo, Rector
800 N.E. 56th St., #2
Pleasant Hills, Iowa, 50327
Parish Office: (515) 494-1069
Christ Lutheran Church ALCC
(Pro-Cathedral of the ALCC Archdiocese of Washington)
The Most Rev. Jens Bargmann, S.S.S.A., K.G.C.M.J.T-J., M.S.Ed., M.Div., Ph.D., D.D., Rector
177 East Main Street
Stevensville, MD 21666
Church Office: 237 Chatham Lane, Annapolis, MD 21403
Telephone: (410) 268-1858, Fax, (410) 268-1858
Holy Trinity Church ALCC
The Rev. Fr. Paul Gustafson, S.S.S.A., Rector/Pastor
Office (612) 554-5368
St. Benedict of Africa Cathedral ALCC
The Most Rev. Chaplen Luyimba Kweri, O.S.A., B.A.Th., M.Div., D.D.
251 N. Baltimore
Kansas City, MO 64116
Cathedral Office: (816) 786-2742
Jesus Our Savior Lutheran Church and Ministries ALCC
The Rev. Monsignor Bernard A. Lopez, S.S.S.A., Rector
206 Kinnebook Park
Monticello, NY 12701
Office and Rectory: (845) 707-4646
St. Stephen’s Lutheran Church ALCC
Fr. Donald Seekins, S.S.S.A., MAPS, MATH, MBA, Rector
37 Woodrow Road.
Batavia, NY 14020
Parish Office: (585)343-2757
St. Andrew the Apostle Church ALCC
The Rev. Monsignor Rick A. Reid, Rector
712 N. Deal Avenue
Newton, NC 27607
Parish Office: (704) 325-0778
Rector’s Mobile Phone: (828) 310-1878
Saint Ambrose Chapel at Ashbridge
The M. Rev. Raymond W. Copp, Rector
971 E. Lancaster Ave.
Downingtown, PA 19335
Office: (484) 883-0630
564 Spring Oaks Drive
West Chester, PA 19382
Oratory of St. Olav ALCC
The Rev. Kenneth L. Bakken, S.S.S.A., D.O., M.P.H., S.T.M., Dr.P.H.
Oratory of Saint Olav
2200 North 30th Street
Tacoma, WA 98043
Oratory of St. Boniface
Fr. Wanter Pehl, Rector
Ella-Kay Strasse 14
10405, Berlin, Germany
First, the Church is catholic because Christ is present in her. "Where there is Christ Jesus, there is the Catholic Church." In her subsists the fullness of Christ's body united with its head; this implies that she receives from him "the fullness of the means of salvation" which he has willed: correct and complete confession of faith, full sacramental life, and ordained ministry in apostolic succession. The Church was, in this fundamental sense, catholic on the day of Pentecost and will always be so until the day of the Parousia.
All men are called to belong to the new People of God. This People, therefore, while remaining one and only one, is to be spread throughout the whole world and to all ages in order that the design of God's will may be fulfilled: he made human nature one in the beginning and has decreed that all his children who were scattered should be finally gathered together as one. . . . The character of universality which adorns the People of God is a gift from the Lord himself whereby the Catholic Church ceaselessly and efficaciously seeks for the return of all humanity and all its goods, under Christ the Head in the unity of his Spirit.