The Most Rev Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

 

 Apostolic Succession of The

Marin-Saavedra Leonardo  

 

 

CEREMONY OF CONSECRATION HISTORY

 

Cleric’s participants Ceremony of cosecration, in Huntington Beach,

California, United States -  (June 15, 2003) to 

The Most Rev

Leonardo Marin-Saavedra 

 

Archbishop Arthur David Seeland 

(The Holy Catholic Church Anglican Rite); 

Bishop Juan de Dios Correa-Salazar 

(The Holy Hispanic Church Byzantine Rite); 

and Archbishop Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa 

(The Old Catholic Church Orthodox Rite).

 

 

HIS EXCELLENCY LEONARDO MARIN-SAAVEDRA WAS NOMINATED AS THE FIRST ANGLICAN MISSIONARY BISHOP OF THE AMERICAS AND CARIBBEAN TERRITORIES AND EXTRA TERRITORIAL WORLDWIDE JURISDICTIONS. JUNE 15, 2003 - HUNTINGTON BEACH CITY, CALIFONIA, UNITED STATES.

 

 

His Excellency Leonardo Marin-Saavedra was born in the municipality of Puerto Nare, Department of Antioquia, Republic of Colombia (South America) on December 17 (1955). He was baptized by the Roman Rite by the presbyter Carlos Arturo Duque-Ramírez, on January 8 (1956), in the Parish San Luis Beltrán of Puerto Nare (Antioquia), and registered by his parents civilly in the Mayor's Office of Floridablanca, Department of Santander, Republic of Colombia on August 30 (1956). He was confirmed by the Roman Rite in the city of Madrid on August 7, 1970.

 

Legitimate son of Francisco Antonio Marín-Aguilar (Marún-Morón), and Zoraida Saavedra-Silva. Maternal Grandparents: Luis Felipe Saavedra-Rodríguez and Maria de la Cruz Silva-Rueda. Paternal Grandparents: Francisco Antonio Marin (Marún)-Morón and María Alejandrina Aguilar-Moros.

 

His biological parents contracted holy marriage for the Roman Rite on 25 December (1948), in the Parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus of the city of Barrancabermeja, Department of Santander, Republic of Colombia. Occupation religious ceremony priest José Arango-Uribe (SJ). They were godparents of the wedding: Juan de Dios Saavedra-Silva and Sara Saavedra-Silva.

 

When the man of God reached his 20th birthday, he made vows of poverty, chastity and obedience, and gave his life to Christ by entering the Missionary Order of the Anglican Monks Missionaries of San Lawrence (1975). He was ordained deacon on August 7 (1987), and priest on December 8 (1988), in the city of Bogotá, Capital of Colombia.

 

On July 21 (1997), in the city of Medellín, Department of Antioquia, Colombia, Bishop Juan Bautista García-Germain of Puerto Rico and delegate for the Anglican Church in America (The Anglican Church in America) On its faith a 'Sub Conditional Ordination' to officially incorporate it into the Anglican Continent Movement of the Americas and support its mission for the Christian world. His Excellency was consecrate as Bishop on 15 June, 2003 in Huntington Beach city, California, United States.

 

His Excellency has a degree in Philosophy, Bachelor of Theology, Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Literature, Doctor of Philosophy, Doctor of Theology, Doctor of Divinity, PhD in Drama and Doctor of Business Administration. He has a doctorate in communications and computer technology. I work as a teacher at all levels including the university for more than 25 consecutive years.

 

HCCAR Succession

 

 

THE LATIN AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH CANADA TERRITORY 

 

 

We are Catholic, because it accepts the doctrines of the ancient Church, which have been 'believed everywhere, always, and by all. 'Biblical Orthodoxy, Sacramental Worship and Unbroken Apostolic Succession Line in the Anglican Tradition - As it was in the beginning, is now and until His Second Coming! (Affirmation of St. Louis) and therefore Our Mission

 

The IAL Canada and IAL USA of the Latin-American Anglican Church (The Old Anglo Catholic Church) was formally incorporated by letters patent on 15 June 2003 with a Dominion of Three Independent Catholics and Anglican Denomination Churches. Charter: -Anglican Rite; Orthodox Rite; and Byzantine Rite-. The Full Legal name of the our Church in both official languages -English and Spanish-: The Latin-American Anglican Church and Iglesia Anglicana Latino-Americana. To work with Hispanics Communities Christian people and other cultures and language. This religious Christian Anglo Catholic organization born in Mosquera city, Cundinamarca, Colombia, (South America) on 17 December 1970. In 2000 the church moved from South America to United States and Canada. Also to will plant missions worldwide Under God. Leonardo Marin-Saavedra was consecrated on 15 June 2003 by + Arthur David Seeland of North Caroline (died 2009) and + Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa of California (died 2011), assisted by + Juan de Dios Correa-Triana of Los Angeles (still living) in Holy San Judas Tadeo Cathedral, Huntington Beach, California, United States. On 15 November 2003, his Excellency was enthroned as the First Independent Anglican Missionary Bishop of the Americas Territories, Caribbean Territories and worldwide. The following are the men he has consecrated as bishops and some sub conditione, if any, in brackets.

 

 

IAL Chambers Episcopal Apostolic Succession

 

 

- 1. DOREN, Charles Dale David Chambers; Pagtakhan; Pae (Consent); Boynton (Consent), 28 January, 1978.

 

- 002. MOTE, James Orin Chambers, Pagtakhan, 001 28 January, 1978.

 

- 003. MORSE, Robert Sherwood Chambers, Pagtakhan, 001, 28 January, 1978.

 

- 004. WATTERSON, Peter Francis Chambers, Pagtakhan, 001. 28 January, 1978.

 

- 005. BURNS, William Francis, 001, 002, Chambers (Consent). 11 November, 1978.

 

- 006. LEWIS, William Oliver, 001, 002, 005. 26 May, 1979.

 

- 007. KNUTTI, Frank Russell, 001, 002, 005, 006. 12 January, 1980. 

 

- 008. RUTHERFOORD, Wm. de J. 001, 002, 005, 006, 007. 8 March, 1980.

 

- 009. HARVEY, Robert Condit, 002, 005, 006, 008. 19 April, 1980. 

 

- 010. FALK, Louis Wahl, 002, 005, 006, 008. 14 February, 1981.

 

- 011. RUIZ, Justo Pastor, 002, 005, 007. 17 April, 1982.

 

- 012. WILLIAMS, Tillman Beshore, 005, 008, 011. 27 August, 1978.

 

- 013. KLEPPINGER, Thos. Justin, 005 (sub-conditione). 10 April, 1986.

 

- 014. STEPHENS, Michael Dean, 002, 008, 010 (sub conditione). 8 August, 1986.

 

- 015 CHAMBERLAIN, Bruce S., 002, 006, 010, Woolcock. 18 October, 1986.

 

016. DEYMAN, Joseph Philip, 006, 010, Woolcock. 9 January, 1988.

 

017. WILLARS, Richard Cecil, 002, 005, 010, 011, 013, 014, 016, Woolcock, Pae. 30 January, 1988.

 

018 CONNORS, Robin Bradley, 002, 005, 010, 011, 013, 014, 016, Woolcock, Pae. 30 January, 1988.

 

- 019. RODRIGUEZ-Molina, Ruben, 002, 017, 018. 13 March, 1988.

 

020. CAHOON, John Thayer, Jr., 002, 003, Woolcock (received in Orders from APCK, 1989). 25 January, 1986.

 

021. PRICE, Alistair Edwin, 002, 006, 008, 013, 014, 016, Gramley. 25 January, 1992.

 

022. McNELEY, James Richard, 002, 006, 008, 013, 014, 016, Gramley. 25 January, 1992.

 

023. HAMLETT, Leslie, 002, 006, 013, 014, 016, 022. 1 August, 1992.

 

024. BROMLEY, James Edward, 002, 006, 013, 014, 016, 022. 6 May, 1993.

 

025. SEELAND, Arthur David, 002, 006, 013, 014, 016, 022. 6 May, 1993.

- (died 2009);

 

026. MARIN-Saavedra Leonardo, Huntington Beach, California, United States. 15 June, 2003. 

- (still living);

 

 

THE LATIN AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH WORLDWIDE EPISCOPAL CONSECRATION TO NEW BISHOPS UNDER ARCHBISHOP LEONARDO MARIN-SAAVEDRA

 

 

- 027. Trambley Gilles (Sub Conditione -Canadian Citizen-) in 2005 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- (still living);

- 028. MORNEAU Gaston (Sub Conditione –Canadian Citizen-) in 2005 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- (still living);

 

- 029. LEONE Patrick –Canadian Citizen- in 2005 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- (still living);

 

- 030. ROJAS-Gonzalez Omar –Colombian Citizen- In 2006 (London, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

- 031. SEAVER Brian Xavier –USA Citizen- in 2006 (London, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

- 032. CAMACHO Ramon Antonio (Sub Conditione –Mexican Citizen) in 2007 (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada). - (died 2016);

 

 

- 033. PEREZ-Benitez Jorge –Mexican Citizen- in 2007 (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)

- (died 2016);

 

- 034. PEREZ-Gonzalez Jorge –Mexican Citizen- in 2007 in 2007 (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

- 035. PACHON-Alvarez Alonso –Colombian Citizen- in 2007 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

- 036. HURTUBISE Roger Alexandre –Canadian Citizen- in 2007 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

- 037. ALBORNOZ-Cano Enrique Jose in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007 (Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

- 038. BERTIS-Vargas Alexis Jose in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007 (Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

- 039. SIU-Garcia Jon Jen in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007 (Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

- 040. GOMEZ-Pillco Sabino –Peruvian Citizen- in 2007 (Cusco, Peru (South America),

- (still living);

 

- 041. HARO-Carranza Orli Mesis –Ecuatorian Citizen- in 2007 (Cusco, Peru (South America),

- (still living);

 

- 042. LARA-Velasco Luis Bolivar –Ecuatorian Citizen- in 2007 (Cusco, Peru (South America),

- (still living);

 

- 043. SOTRES-Cervantes German Fernando –Mexican Citizen- in 2008 (Mexico D. F., Mexico)

- (still living);

 

- 044. DAVILA-Alvarado Alonso –European Colombian Citizen- in 2009 (Houston, Texas, United States) - (still living);

 

- 045. MUNOZ-Mujica Rodolfo Jose -Mexican Citizen-) in 2011 (Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico)

- (still living);

 

- 046. SALAS-Becerra Tito Jose (Sub Conditione –Venezuelan Citizen) in 2011 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

- 047. JURADO-Farfan Jylman Red –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

- 048. RIVERO Carlos Alfredo –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela) - (still living);

 

- 049. GARCIA-Mozo Norberto –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

- 050. RONDON Luis Alberto –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

- 051. CARDONA-Patino Alberto –Colombian Citizen- in 2014 (Humble, Texas, United States)

- (died 2015);

 

- 052. GERONIMO-Santos Rolando –Europen Citizen- in 2014 (Brussels, Belgium, Europe)

- (still living);

 

- 053. CAGICAL-Vebayos Eduardo –Spain Citizen- in 2014 (Santander, Spain, Europe)

- (still living);

 

- 060. LAL Mohan –India Citizen- in 2014 (London, England, UK)

- (still living);

 

- 061. GOMEZ-Juan Carlos –Colombian Citizen- in 2014 (London, England, UK)

- (still living);

 

- 062. PIEDRAHITA-Escobar Alberto –Canadian Citizen- in 2015 - Toronto, Ontario, Canada

- (still living).

 

- 063. ALBERTO-Jimenez Jose Margarito - in 2016 - Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico. - (Still living).

 

- 064. JINETTE-ZARATE Alvaro Emerson - in 2017 - Franklin Park, Illinois, United States. - (Still living).

 

 

 

 

THE LATIN AMERICAN ANGLICAN CHURCH WORLDWIDE

 

EPISCOPAL CONSECRATION

TO NEW BISHOPS UNDER

 

ARCHBISHOP LEONARDO MARIN-SAAVEDRA 

 

 

1. Trambley Gilles (Sub Conditione -Canadian Citizen-) in 2005 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- (still living);

 

2. MORNEAU Gaston (Sub Conditione –Canadian Citizen-) in 2005 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- (still living);

 

3. LEONE Patrick –Canadian Citizen- in 2005 (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)

- (still living);

 

4. ROJAS-Gonzalez Omar –Colombian Citizen- In 2006 (London, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

5. SEAVER Brian Xavier –USA Citizen- in 2006 (London, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

6. CAMACHO Ramon Antonio (Sub Conditione –Mexican Citizen) in 2007 (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

7. PEREZ-Benitez Jorge –Mexican Citizen- in 2007 (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

8. PEREZ-Gonzalez Jorge –Mexican Citizen- in 2007 in 2007 (Cambridge, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

9. PACHON-Alvarez Alonso –Colombian Citizen- in 2007 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

10. HURTUBISE Roger Alexandre –Canadian Citizen- in 2007 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)

- (still living);

 

11. ALBORNOZ-Cano Enrique Jose in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007 (Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

12. BERTIS-Vargas Alexis Jose in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007 (Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

13. SIU-Garcia Jon Jen in 2008 –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2007 (Ojeda, Zulia, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

14. GOMEZ-Pillco Sabino –Peruvian Citizen- in 2007 (Cusco, Peru (South America)

- (still living);

 

15. HARO-Carranza Orli Mesis –Ecuatorian Citizen- in 2007 (Cusco, Peru (South America)

- (still living);

 

16. LARA-Velasco Luis Bolivar –Ecuatorian Citizen- in 2007 (Cusco, Peru (South America)

- (still living);

 

17. SOTRES-Cervantes German Fernando –Mexican Citizen- in 2008 (Mexico D. F., Mexico)

- (still living);

 

18. DAVILA-Alvarado Alonso –European Colombian Citizen- in 2009 (Houston, Texas, United States)

- (still living);

 

19. MUNOZ-Mujica Rodolfo Jose -Mexican Citizen-) in 2011 (Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico)

- (still living);

 

20. SALAS-Becerra Tito Jose (Sub Conditione –Venezuelan Citizen) in 2011 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

21. JURADO-Farfan Jylman Red –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

22. RIVERO Carlos Alfredo –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

23. GARCIA-Mozo Norberto –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

24. RONDON Luis Alberto –Venezuelan Citizen- in 2012 (Caracas, Venezuela)

- (still living);

 

25. CARDONA-Patino Alberto –Colombian Citizen- in 2014 (Humble, Texas, United States)

- (died 2015);

 

26. GERONIMO-Santos Rolando –Europen Citizen- in 2014 (Brussels, Belgium, Europe)

- (still living);

 

27. CAGICAL-Vebayos Eduardo –Spain Citizen- in 2014 (Santander, Spain, Europe)

- (still living);

 

28. LAL Mohan –India Citizen- in 2014 (London, England, UK)

- (still living);

 

29. GOMEZ-Juan Carlos –Colombian Citizen- in 2014 (London, England, UK)

- (still living);

 

30. PIEDRAHITA-Escobar Alberto –Canadian Citizen- in 2015 (Toronto, Ontario, Canada

- (still living).

 

31. ALBERTO-Jimenez Jose Margarito -Mexican citizen- in 2016 (Celaya city. Guanajuato, Mexico -(Still living).

 

32. JINETTE-Zarate Alvaro Emerson -Colombian US Citizen- in 2017 (Franklin Park city. Illinois, United States -(Still living).

 

Note of  Consecration:

 

Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra has been as assistant consecrator for the following four bishops. The first time was for the consecration of Patrick Leone from Montreal, Quebec, Canada, in Montreal city, which took place on 21 July, 2005 in primate Chapel (Gallican). This first consecration was for the "Gallican Catholic Church of Canada and Frence" with its Archbishop Gilles Trambley (still living) serving as chief consecrator. The second time was for the consecration of Seaver Brian Xavier from Troy, NY, USA, in London, Ontario, Canada, which took place on 6 May, 2006 in Christ the king Roman Catholic Church. This second consecration was for the "Old Roman Catholic Church" with its Archbishop Boniface Grosvold (died 2016) serving as chief consecrator. The third time was for the consecration of Munoz-Mujica Rodolfo Jose from Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, on 23 April, 2011 in Rural Celaya Chapel to the "Free Episcopal Church of Brazil", which its the Archbishop Ricardo Lorite de Lima (still living) from Brazil serving as chief consecrator. The fourth time was the consecration of Mohal Lal from India, which took place on 8 December, 2014 in Ixthux primate chapel in London, England (UK). This fourth consecration was for "The IXThux Church of UK", which its the Archbishop Evangelou from England as chief consecrator.

Leonardo Consecration

 

[I] Antiochian Syro-Jacobite 

 

The Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, established the Church of Rome,

and PETER consecrated

The first Bishop of Rome.

 

1. St Peter the Apostle, who consecrated

2. St. Evodius, the Bishop and Patriarch of Antioch, who consecrated

3. St. Ignatius, Martyr, ca. 68 A.D., who consecrated

4. St. Aaron, ca. 107 A.D., who consecrated

5. St. Cornelius, 137 A.D., who consecrated

6. St. Eados, 142 A.D., who consecrated

7. St. Theophilus, 157 A.D., who consecrated

8. St. Maximin, 171 A.D., who consecrated

9. St. Seraphin, 179 A.D., who consecrated

10. St. Asclepiades, Martyr, 189 A.D., who consecrated

11. Philippe, 201 A.D., who consecrated

12. Zebinus, 219 A.D., who consecrated

13. Babylas, Martyr, 237 A.D., who consecrated

14. Fabius, 250 A.D., who consecrated

15. Demetrius, 251 A.D., who consecrated

16. Paul I, 259 A.D., who consecrated

17. Domnus I, 270 A.D., who consecrated

18. Timothy, 281 A.D., who consecrated

19. Cirilo, 291 A.D., who consecrated

20. Tyrantus, 296 A.D., who consecrated

21. Vitalius, 301 A.D., who consecrated

22. Philogone, 318 A.D., who consecrated

23. Eustachius, 323 A.D., who consecrated

24. Paulin, 338 A.D., who consecrate

25. Philabinus, 383 A.D., who consecrated

26. Evagrius, 386 A.D., who consecrated

27. Phosphorius, 416 A.D., who consecrated

28. Alexandre, 418 A.D., who consecrated

29. Jean I, 428 A.D., who consecrated

30. Theodotus, 431 A.D., who consecrated

31. Domnus II, 442 A.D., who consecrated

32. Maxime, 450 A.D., who consecrated

33. Accace, 454 A.D., who consecrated

34. Martyrius, 457 A.D., who consecrated

35. Peter II, 464 A.D., who consecrated

 

36. Philade, 500 A.D., who consecrated

37. Severius the Great, 509 A.D., who consecrated

 

38. Sergius, 544 A.D., who consecrated

39. Domnus III, 547 A.D., who consecrated

40. Anastase, 560 A.D., who consecrated

41. Gregory I, 564 A.D., who consecrated

42. Paul II, 567 A.D., who consecrated

43. Patra, 571 A.D., who consecrated

44. Domnus IV, 586 A.D., who consecrated

45. Julianus, 591 A.D., who consecrated

46. Athanasius I, the Chancellor, 595 A.D., who consecrated

47. John II, 636 A.D., who consecrated

48. Theodore I, 649 A.D., who consecrated

49. Severus, 668 A.D., who consecrated

50. Athanasius II, 684 A.D., who consecrated

51. Julian II, 687 A.D., who consecrated

52. Elie I, 709 A.D., who consecrated

53. Athanasius III, 724 A.D., who consecrated

54. Evanius I, 740 A.D., who consecrated

55. Servais I, 759 A.D., who consecrated

56. Joseph, 790 A.D., who consecrated

57. Ciriacus, 793 A.D., who consecrated

58. Dionysius I de Tal-Mahre, 818 A.D., who wrote a history of Syrians, who consecrated

59. Jean III, 847 A.D., who consecrated

60. Ignace II, 877 A.D., who consecrated

61. Theodosius, 887 A.D., who consecrated

62. Dionysius II, 897 A.D., who consecrated

63. John IV, 910 A.D., who consecrated

64. Basile I, 922 A.D., who consecrated

65. John V, 936 A.D., who consecrated

66. Evanius II, 954 A.D., who consecrated

67. Dionysius III, 958 A.D., who consecrated

68. Abraham I, 962 A.D., who consecrated

69. John VI, 965 A.D., (who was imprisoned in Constantinople after the Fall of Antioch in 969 A.D., by the Greek Emperor, Nicephore Phocas), who consecrated

70. Athanasius IV, 987 A.D., who consecrated

71. Jean VII, 1004 A.D., who consecrated

72. Dionysius IV, 1032 A.D., who consecrated

73. Theodore II, 1042 A.D., who consecrated

74. Athanasius V, 1058 A.D., who consecrated

75. John VIII, 1064 A.D., who consecrated

76. Basilius II, 1074 A.D., who consecrated

77. Abdon, 1076 A.D., who consecrated

78. Dionysius V, 1077 A.D., who consecrated

79. Evanius III, 1080 A.D., who consecrated

80. Dionysius VI, 1088 A.D., who consecrated

81. Athanasius VI, 1091 A.D., who consecrated

82. John IX, 1131 A.D., who consecrated

83. Athanasius VII, 1139 A.D., who consecrated

84. Michael I, the Great, 1166 A.D., who consecrated

85. Athanasius VIII, 1200 A.D., who consecrated

86. Michael II, 1207 A.D., who consecrated

87. John X, 1208 A.D., who consecrated

88. Ignatius III, 1223 A.D., who consecrated

89. Dionysius VII, 1253 A.D., who consecrated

90. John XI, 1253 A.D., who consecrated

91. Ignatius IV, 1264 A.D., who consecrated

92. Philanus, 1283 A.D., who consecrated

93. Ignace Baruhid, 1293 A.D., who consecrated

94. Ignace Ismael, 1333 A.D., who consecrated

95. Ignace Basile III, 1366 A.D., who consecrated

96. Ignace Abraham II, 1382 A.D., who consecrated

97. Ignace Basile IV, 1412 A.D., who consecrated

98. Ignace Behanam I, 1415 A.D., who consecrated

99. Ignace Kalejhi, 1455 A.D., who consecrated

100. Ignace John XII, 1483 A.D., who consecrated

101. Ignace Noah, 1492 A.D., who consecrated

102. Ignace Jesus I, 1509 A.D., who consecrated

103. Ignace James I, 1510 A.D., who consecrated

104. Ignace David I, 1519 A.D., who consecrated

105. Ignace Abdullah I, 1520 A.D., who consecrated

106. Ignace Na Anathalak, 1557 A.D., who consecrated

107. Ignace David II, 1576 A.D., who consecrated

108. Ignace Thilathus, 1591 A.D., who consecrated

109. Ignace Abdullah II, 1597 A.D., who consecrated

110. Ignace Cadhai, 1598 A.D., who consecrated

111. Ignace Simeon, 1640 A.D., who consecrated

112. Ignace Jesus II, 1653 A.D., who consecrated

113. Ignace A. Messiah I, 1661 A.D., who consecrated

114. Ignace Cabeed, 1686 A.D., who consecrated

115. Ignace Gervais II, 1687 A.D., who consecrated

116. Ignace Isaac, 1708 A.D., who consecrated

117. Ignace Siccarablak, 1722 A.D., who consecrated

118. Ignace Gervais III, 1746 A.D., who consecrated

119. Ignace Gervais IV, 1766 A.D., who consecrated

120. Ignace Mathias, 1781 A.D., who consecrated

121. Ignace Behanam II, 1810 A.D., who consecrated

122. Ignace Jonas, 1817 A.D., who consecrated

123. Ignace Gervais V, 1818 A.D., who consecrated

124. Ignace Elie II, 1839 A.D., who consecrated

125. Ignace James II, 1847 A.D., who consecrated

126. Ignace Peter III, Patriarch of Antioch and Easter See, who consecrated

127. Mar Paul Athanasius, 1877 A.D., Syriac Bshop of Kotayan, who consecrated

128. Julius I, Antoine Francois Xavier Alvarez, 19 July 1889, Bishop of Ceylon, who consecrated

129. Mar Timotheus, J. Rene Vilatte, 29 May 1892, who consecrated

130. Paul, Paolo Miraglia, 6 May 1900, who consecrated

131. Julio, Julien Houssaye, 4 December 1904, who consecrated

132. Francois, Louis Francois Giraud, 21 July 1911, who consecrated

133. Jean II, Jean Bricaud, 12 July 1913, who consecrated

134. Targelius, Victor Blanchard, 5 May 1918, who consecrated

135. Eon II, Roger Menard, 7 January 1945, who consecrated

136. Jean III, alias Robert, Bishop of Samaria, Robert Ambelain, 10 June 1946, who consecrated

137. Andreas, Andre Mauer, 26 January 1958, second Patriarch of the Gnostic Apostolic Church, who consecrated

138. Tau Jean, Roger Pommery, consecrated by Robert Ambelain, on 26 May 1958, who consecrated

139. Tau Gillaume, Willer Vital-Herne, 16 September 1967, who consecrated

140. Tau Charles I, Roger Victor-Herard, 7 September 1970, Actual Former Primate of North America, who consecrated

141. Tau Johannes XIII, Jorge Enrique Rodríguez-Villa, 6 January 1985, who consecrated

142. Leonardo Marín-Saavedra, 15 June 2003.

 

Leonardo Consecration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[II] Roman Catholic

Old (sic)

 

Both PETER and PAUL

were Martyred

and Buried at Rome 

 

 

 

 

 

(1). St. Peter the Apostle.

(2). Linus, 67.

(3). Anacletus {Cletus}, 76.

(4) Clement, 88.

(5). Evaristus, 97.

(6). Alexander I, 105.

(7). Sixtus I, 115.

(8). Telesphorus, 125.

(9). Hygimus, 136.

(10). Pius I, 140.

(11). Anicetus, 155.

(12) Soter, 166.

(13). Eleutherius, 175.

(14). Victor I, 189.

(15). Zephyrinus, 199. 


(16). Callistus 1, 217.

(17). Urban I, 222.

(18). Pontian, 230.

(19). Anterus, 235.

(20). Fabian, 236.

(21) Cornelius, 251.

(22) Lucius I., 253.

(23) Stephen I, 254.

(24) Sixtus II, 257.

(25) Dionysins, 259.

(26) Felix I, 269.

(27) Eutychian, 275.

(28) Caius, 283.

(29) Marcellinus, 296.

(30) Marcellius I, 308.

(31) Eucebius, 309.

(32) Melchiades {Miltiades}, 311.

(33) Sylvester I, 314.

(34) Marcus, 336.

 

(35) Julius I, 337.

(36) Liberius, 352 [Liberius was expelled from Rome by the Arian Emperor Constantinus. During bis absence the See of Rome was held by Felix II who resigned upon the retum of Liberius from his two year exile].

 (37) Damasus I, 366.

(38) Siricius, 384.

 (39) Anastasius I, 399.

 

(40) Innocent I, 401.

(41) Zosimus, 411.

(42) Boniface I, 418.

(43) Celestine I, 422.

(44) Sixtus III, 432.

(45) Leo I, 440.

(46) Hilary, 461.

(47) Simplicius, 468.

(48) Felix lII, 483.

(49) Gelasius I, 492.

(50) Anastasius II, 496.

 

(51) Symmachus, 498.

 

(52) Hormisdus, 514.

(53) John I, 523.

(54) Felix lV, 526.

 

(55) Boniface II, 530.

(56) John II, 535.

(57) Agapitus, 535.

(58) Sylverius, 536.

(59) Vigilus, 537.

(60) Pelagius I, 556.

 (61) John IIII, 561.

(62) Benedict 1, 575.

(63) Pelagius II, 579.

(64) Gregory 1, 590.

(65) Sabinianus, 604.

(66) Boniface III, 607.

(67) Boniface IV, 608.

(68) Deusdedit {Adeodatus I}, 615.

 

(69) Boniface V, 619.

(70) Honorius, 625.

 

(71) Severinus, 640.

(72) John IV, 640.

(73) Theodore I, 642.

(74) Martin I, 649.

(75) Engene I, 654.

(76) Vitalian, 657.

(77) Adeodatus II, 672.

(78) Donus, 676.

(79) Agatho, 678.

(80) Leo II, 682.

 

(81) Benedict II, 684.

(82) John V, 685.

(83) Conon, 686.

(84) Sergius I, 687.

(85) John VI, 701.

(86) John VII, 705.

 

(87) Sisinnius, 708.

(88) Constantine, 708.

(89) Gregory II, 715.

(90) Gregory III, 731.

(91) Zachary, 741.

(92) Stephen lI, 752.

(93) Paul I, 757.

(94) Stephen III, 768.

(95) Adrian I, 772.

(96) Leo III, 795.

(97) Stephan IV, 816.

(98) Paschal I, 817.

(99) Engene II, 824.

(100) Valentine, 827.

(101) Gregory IV, 827.

(102) Sergius II, 844.

 

(103) Leo IV, 847.

(104) Benedict III, 855.

(105) Nicholas I, 858;.

(106) Adrian II, 867.

(107) John VIII, 872.

(108) Marinus I, 882.

(109) Adrian III, 884.

(110) Stephen V, 885.

(111) Formosus, 891.

(112) Boniface VI.

(113) Steven VI, 897.

(114) Romanus, 897.

(115) Theodore lI, 897.

(116) John IX, 898.

(117) Benedict IV, 900.

(118) Leo V, 903.

(119) Sergius 111,904.

(120) Anastasius III, 911.

(121) Landus, 913.

(122) John X, 914.

(123) Leo VI, 938.

(124) Stephen VII, 928.

(125) John XI, 931.

(126) Leo VII, 936.

(127) Stephen VIII, 939.

(128) Maginus II, 942.

(129) Agapitus II, 946.

(130) John XIII, 955.

(131) Leo VII, 963.

(132) Benedict V, 964.

(133) John XIV, 965/

(134) Benedict VI, 973.

(135) Benedict VII, 974.

 (136) John XIV, 983.

(137) John XV, 985.

(138) Gregory V, 996.

(139) Sylvester II, 999.

(140) John XVII, 1003.

(141) John XVIII, 1004.

(142) Sergius IV, 1009.

(143) Benedict VIII, 1012.

(144) John XIX, 1024.

(145) Benedict lX, 1032.

(146) Sylvester III, 1045.

(241) James Coyon de Matignon, was consecrated by Jaques-Benigne Bossuet in 1693.

(242) Dominicus Marie Varlet, Consecrated in 1719 in Paris by Bishop de Matignon, assisted by both the Bishop of Quebec and the Bishop of Claremont.

Varlet was named Coadjutor to the Roman Catholic Bishop of Babylon who died on 20 November 1717, and Bishop Varlet succeeded to the title.

After a period in Persia at Schamake, he was suspended from office for alleged technical irregularities, including the confirmation of 604 candidates in Holland, whom he had confirmed at the request of the Church in Amsterdam.

The Dutch Church had been without a bishop for 18 years as a punishment from Rome because the Dutch Church refused to cooperate in the persecution of the "Jansenists" in Holland.] Following the election of...

(243) Comelius Van Steen oven to serve as Archbisbop of Utrecht, the Primatial See of Holland, Varlet agreed to perform the consecration, which he did on 15 October 1724, thus making Van Steenhoven the seventh Archbishop of Utrecht and canonical successor to Saint WllIibrord, the British missionary who had brought the Christian faith to Holland. In this consecratiou was born the succession of the Old Catholic Church.

(244) Johannes Van Slipinout, 1745.

(245) Gaullhenis Michaci Van Niewenhuizen, 1786.

(246) Adrian Brockman, 1778. (247) Johannes Jacobus Van Rhijin, 1797.

(248) Gilbenus de Jong, 1805. (249) Wilibrordus Van Os, 1814.

(250) Jobanfles Bon, 1819. (251) Johannes Van Santen, 1825. (252) Flermanus Heukamp, 1854.

(253) Caspanis Johannes Rinkel, 1873. (254) Gerardus Gul, 1892.

(255) Arnold Harris Mathew was consecrated on 28 April 1908 by Archbishop Gul of Utrecht, assisted by Bishop J. J. Van Thiel of Haarlem, Bishop N. B. P. Spit of Deventer and Bishop J. Demmel of Bonn, Germany, to serve as the first Old Catholic Bishop of Britain.

(256) Fredrick Wiloughby, 1914.

(257) James Wedgewood, 1916.

(258) Irving Cooper, 1919.

(259) Charles Hampton, 1931. Hampton was Principal consecrator of...

(260) Herman A. Spruit, 1957.

(261) Roberto de La Caridad Toca y Medina, 1982.

(262) Jorge Enrique Rodríguez-Villa, 1985.

(263) Leonardo Marín-Saavedra, 2003.

 

Leonardo Consecration

 

 

 

[III] Russian Orthodox

 

 

The Church of Rome:

Who are the Primates of the 

One, Holy, Catholic and

Apostolic Church.

 

 

 

 

 

1. St. Andrew the Apostle 

2. Stachys 

3. Onesimus 

4. Polycarpus I 

5. Plutarch 

6. Sedecion 

7. Diogenes 

8. Eleutherius 

9. Felix 

10. Polycarpus II 

11. Athendodorus 
 

12. Euzois 

13. Laurence 

14. Alypius 

15. Pertinax 

16. Olympians 

17. Mark I 

18. Philadelphus 

19. Ciriacus I 

20. Castinus 

21. Eugenius I 

22. Titus

23. Dometius 

24. Rufinus I 

25. Probus

26. Metrophanes 

27. Alexander 

28. Paul I 

29. Eusebius of Nicomedia 

30. Macedonius I 

31. Eudoxius of Antioch 

32. Demophilus 

33. Euagrius 

34. Maximus
 

35. Gregory I 

36. Nectarius 

37. John Chrysostom 

38. Arsacius of Tarsus 

39. Atticus 

40. Sisinius I 

41. Nestorius 

42. Maximianus 

43. Proclus 

44. Phlabianus 
 

45. Anatolius 

46. Gennadius I 

47. Acacius 

48. Phrabitas 

49. Euphemius 

50. Macedonus II

51. Timotheus I 

 

52. John II 

53. Epiphanius 

54. Anthimus I

55. Menas 

56. Eutychius 

57. John III 

58. John IV 

59. Cyriacus 

60. Thomas I 

61. Sergius I 

62. Pyrrhus I 

63. Paul II 

64. Peter 

65. Thomas II 

66. John V 

67. Constantine I 

68. Theodore I 

69. George I 

70. Paul III 

71. Callinicus I 

72. Cyrus 

73. John VI 

74. Germanus I 

75. Anastasius 

76. Constantine II 

77. Nicetas 

78. Paul IV 

79. Tarasius 

80. Nicephorus I 

81. Theodotus I Cassiteras

82. Antony I 

83. John VII 

84. Methodius I 

85. Ignatius I 

86. Photius I 

87. Stephanus I 

88. Antony II 

89. Nicholas I 

90. Euthymius I 

91. Stephanus II 

92. Tryphon 

93. Theophylactus 

94. Polyeuctus 

95. Basil I 

96. Antony III 

97. Nicholas II 

98. Leo Michael 

99. Leontius 

100. John I 

101. Theopemptus 

102. Hilarion 

103. George 

104. John II 

105. John III

106. Ephraim 

107. Nicolas 

108. Nicephorus I 

109. Nicetas 

110. Micahel II 

111. Clement 

112. Constantine 
 

113. Theodore 

114. John IV 

115. Constantine II 

116. Nicephorus II

117. Matthew 

118. Cyril I 

119. Joseph 

120. Cyril II 

121. Maximus 

122. Peter 

123. Theognostes 

124. Alexis 

125. Cyprian 

126. Photius 

127. Isodore 

128. Jonah 

129. Theodosius 

130. Phillip I 

131. Gerontius 

132. Zosimus 

133. Simon 

134. Barlaam 

135. Daniel 

136. Joasaph 

137. Macarius 

138. Germanus 

139. Phillip 

140. Cyril III 

141. Anthony 

142. Dionysius 

143. Job 

144. Hermongenes 

145. Philaret 

146. Joasaph I 

147. Joseph 

148. Nicon 

149. Joasaph II 

150. Pitrim 

151. Joachim 

 

152. Adrian 

153. Stephan 

154. Nikon 

155. M. M. Nevsky 

156. E. B. M. Meschersky 

157. Aftimios Ofiesh 

158. Sophronios Bishara 

159. John Moore-Moreno 

160. P. N. Cedarholm 

161. N. B. A. Persson 

162. Francisco Pagtakhan 

163. Paul Christian G. W. Schultz 
 

164. Jorge Enrique Rodríguez-Villa 

165. Leonardo Marín-Saavedra.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Additional 

Apostolic Succession

Marin-Saavedra leonardo

 

[1] The Gallican Catholic Church of Canada and the Catholic National Gallican Church of France.

 

Through Consecrating Archbishop

Gilles Tremblay

(Interchange lineage) 

Archbishop 

Leonardo Marin-Saavedra (On 21 May 2005). 

Montreal, Quebec, 

Canada.

 

[2] The Church of Antioch 

 

Through Co-Consecrating Patriarch Roberto C. Toca for Archbishop Jorge Rodriguez-Villa to Leonardo Marin-Saavedra.

 

[3] The Roman Catholic

& Old Catholic 

 

St. Peter - Gul - Mathew - Wedgewood - Hampton -Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa – Marin-Saavedra.

 

[4] The Syrian Antiochene

 

St. Peter - Alvarez - Vilatte - Lloyd - Raleigh - Spruit -

Toca - Rodriguez-Villa - Marin-Saavedra.

 

[5] The Syrian Gallican 

 

Derived from a French branch of the same line as above and conveyed through Newman - Palatine - Holler - Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[6] The Armenian Uniate 

 

Chorchurian - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[7] The Syro-Chaldean

 

 St. Thomas - Shimon XVIII - Antony - Bartlett - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[8] The Chaldean Uniate 

 

Brooks - Newman - Palatine - Hoeller - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

 

[9] The Coptic Orthodox

 

St. Peter - St. Mark - Patriarchal See of Alexandria - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa - Marin-Saavedra.

 

[10] The Order of

Corporate Reunion 

 

Lee - Secombe - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa - Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[11] The Anglican Church

 

Moore - White - Hopkins - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[12] The Greek Melchite

 

Cyril VI - Savoya - Aneed - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa - Marin-Saavedra.

 

[13] The Orthodox Patriarchate

(Constantinople)

 

Sergius - Kleefish - Aneed - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[14] The Russian

Orthodox 

 

Nikon - Makarius - Ortinsky - Kleefish - Aneed - Wadle - Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[15] The Polish

National Catholic

 

Kaminsky - Vilatte - Wadle - Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[16] The Albanian Church 

 

Pedrovski - Zeiger - Roebke - Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[17] The Welsh Succession 

 

Field - Laud - Richardson - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

[18] The Non-Juring

Bishops of England

 

Montaigne - Seabury - Richardson - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra.

 

[19] The Irish Succession

 

Hampton, Archbishop of Armagh - Howson - Laud - Maxey - Wadle -

Spruit - Toca -

Rodriguez-Villa -

Marin-Saavedra. 

 

[20] The Philippine Independent Catholic Church through Consecrating Bishop Paul Christian Schultz for Archbishop Jorge

Rodriguez-Villa to

Leonardo Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[21] The Brasilian Church

 

On 15 August 1954, + Esteban Mayer Corradi-Sacrella, assisted by Carlos Duarte Costa, consecrated sub Conditione to Emile Federico Rodriguez.

 

 

Emile Federico

Rodriguez y Durand  

(Fairfield),

[b] who on 20 March 1977, consecrated sub Conditione to Paul Christian G. W. Schultz.

 

 

Paul Christian G. W. Schultz, [c] who on 1 August 1992, consecrated sub Conditione + Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa, who on 15 June 2003 consecrated Leonardo Marin-Saavedra.

 

 

[IA] On 21 May 2005, (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) Gilles Tremblay,

assisted by + Archbishop Gaston Morneau and + Bishop Patrick Leone... Interchange

Apostolic Linage to 

Leonardo Marin-Saavedra.

        Montreal

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[VII] Eglise Catholique Traditionnelle, Succession d"Utrecht

 

Première succession apostolique: 

 

PREMIÈRE SUCCESSION APOSTOLIQUE ISSUE DE Monseigneur Dominique Marie Varlet Pour qu’un évêque soit validement consacré, il faut qu’il reçoive l’imposition des mains d’un autre évêque dont la succession remonte sans interruption jusqu’à un Apôtre institué par Jésus-Christ.

 

Le présent tableau part de 1655. 

 

La période antérieure peut être consultée aux archives du Vatican, mais ne pose pas de problème puisqu’elle remonte aux Apôtres par la lignée des papes et évêques de l’Église Catholique Romaine.

 

La période antérieure peut être consultée aux archives du Vatican. De nouvelles recherches font maintenant remonter cette succession jusqu’en 1541 ou jusqu’au Cardinal Scipione REBIBA (1541) ; 

 

Consécrateur de monseigneur Giulio Antonio Cardinal Santorio (1566) ; 

 

Consécrateur de monseigneur Girolamo Cardinal Bernerio (1586) ; 


consécrateur de monseigneur Galeazzo Sanvitale (1604);

consécrateur de Monseigneur Ludovico Cardinal Ludovisi (1621) ; 

consécrateur de monseigneur Luigi Cardinal Caetani (1622) ; c 

consécrateur de monseigneur Giovanni Battista Scanaroli (1622) 


1. Le Cardinal Antonio arberini, né en 1607, était le neveu du Pape Urbain VIII. Le 30 août 1627, le Pape le nomme Grand Prieur de l’Ordre des Chevaliers de Malte et Cardinal de l’Église Romaine, au titre de Sainte Marie en Acquiro.

 En 1628, il devint Légat à Avignon. En 1655, il fut consacré Évêque de Frascati, à Rome.

 Le Prélat consécrateur était Monseigneur Scannaroli, Évêque de Sidonie, assisté de l’Évêque Bottini, prélat du Pape, et de l’Évêque Laurenzio Gravotti, de Vintimilia.

Le 22 décembre 1667, le Cardinal Barberini devint Archevêque de Reims.

En 1668, il consacra comme coadjuteur, avec droit de Succession Mgr Charles Maurice Le Tellier. Il mourut, le 3 août 1671, au Château de Nemi, à quelques miles de Rome. 

2. Le Cardinal Antonio Barberini consacre Charles Maurice Le Tellier comme évêque coadjuteur avec droit de succession. Cette consécration a lieu dans l’Église de la Sorbonne à Paris, le 12 novembre 1668. 

3. Monseigneur Le Tellier devenu archevêque de Reims consacre Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet comme évêque de Condom. Cette consécration a lieu en l’Église des Cordeliers à Pontoise, le 21 septembre 1670.

4. Monseigneur Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, devenu évêque de Meaux, consacre à Paris Jacques Goyon de Matignon comme évêque de Condom. La consécration a lieu en l’Eglise de la Chartreuse en 1693.

5. Monseigneur Jacques Goyon de Matignon consacre à Paris Dominique-Marie Varlet comme évêque in partibus d’Ascalon et coadjuteur de monseigneur Pidou de Saint Olon. Cette consécration a lieu en l’Église des Missions étrangères à Paris, le 12 février 1719. 

6. Monseigneur Dominique-Marie Varlet, Évêque in partibus d’Ascalon et coadjuteur de Mgr Pidou, de St. Olon, consacre Pierre Jean Maindaarts, le 17 octobre 1739. 

 

29. Monseigneur Gilles Tremblay consacre Nicolas Accrombessi SEDOTE, le 8 juin 2003. 

30. Monseigneur Gilles Tremblay Interchange Apostolic Succession to 

Leonardo MARIN-SAAVEDRA, le 15 mai 2005.

         Gallican

[VI] DEUXIÈME SUCCESSION APOSTOLIQUE ISSUE DE Monseigneur Dom Carlos De Costa De Duarte:

 

 

1. Le Cardinal Scipione Rebiba, le 12 mars 1566, consacre Giulio Antonio Santorio 

2. Le Cardinal Giulio Antonio Santorio consacre Girolamo Bernerio, le 7 septembre 1586 

3. Le Cardinal Girolamo Bernerio consacre Galeazzo Sanvitale, le 4 avril 1604 

4. Monseigneur Galeazzo Sanvitale consacre Ludovico Ludovisi, le 2 mai 1621 

5. Le Cardinal Ludovico Ludovisi consacre Luigi Caetani, le 12 juin 1622 

6. Le Cardinal Luigi Caetani consacre Ulderico Carpegna, le 7 octobre 1630 

7. Le Cardinal Ulderico Carpegna consacre Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri Degli Albertoni, le 2 mai 1666 

8. Le Cardinal Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri Degli Albertoni consacre Pietro Francesco (Vincenzo Maria Orsini de Gravina, O.P), future Benoît XIII, le 16 juillet 1724 

9. Le Pape Benoît XIII, Pietro Francesco (Vincenzo Maria Orsini de Gravina, O.P) consacre Prospero Lorenzo Lambertini (futur Benoît XIV), le 16 juillet 1724 

10. Le Pape Benoît XIV, Prospero Lorenzo Lambertini consacre Carlo della Torre Rezzinico (futur Clément XIII), le 19 mars 1743 

11. Le Pape Clément XIII, Carlo della Torre Rezzinico consacre Bernado Giraud, le 26 avril 1767 

12. Le Cardinal Bernardo Giraud consacre Alessandro Mattei, le 23 février 1777 

13. Le Cardinal Alessandro Mattei consacre Pietro Francesco Galleffi, le 12 septembre 1819 

14. Le Cardinal Pietro Francesco Galleffi consacre Giacomo Filippo Fransoni, le 8 décembre 1822 

15. Le Cardinal Giacomo Filippo Fransoni consacre Carlo Sacconi, le 8 juin 1851

16. Le Cardinal Carlo Sacconi consacre Edouard Howard, le 30 juin 1872 

17. Le Cardinal Edouard Howard consacre Mariano Rampolla Del Tindaro, le 8 décembre 1882 18. Le Cardinal Mariano Rampolla Del Tindaro consacre Joachino Arcoverde de Albuquerque-Cavalcanti, le 26 octobre 1891

19. Le Cardinal Joachino Arcoverde de Albuquerque-Cavalcanti consacre Sebastiao Leme Da Silveira Cintra, le 24 juin 1911

20. Le Cardinal Sebastiao Leme Da Silveira Cintra consacre Dom Carlos De Costa De Duarte, le 8 décembre 1924 

21. Monseigneur Dom Carlos De Costa De Duarte consacre Salomeo Ferraz, le 15 août 1945

22. Monseigneur Salomeo Ferraz consacre Manuel Ceja Laranjeira, le 29 juin 1951 

23. Monseigneur Manuel Ceja Laranjeira consacre Benedeto Pereira Lima, le 15 août 1965 

24. Monseigneur Benedeto Pereira Lima consacre Don Jose Marcolino Machado, le 15 août 1966

25. Monseigneur Don Jose Marcolino Machado consacre Don Oscar Cairoli Osvaldo Fernandez, le 2 décembre 1967

26. Monseigneur Don Oscar Cairoli Osvaldo Fernandez consacre Michael Staffiero, le 29 mai 1973 

27. Monseigneur Michael Staffiero consacre Roger Pierre Phoebus Stephanos Caro, le 29 juillet 1975 

28. Monseigneur Roger Pierre Phoebus Stephanos Caro consacre Georges Jacques de Aurata Pellis Bellemare, le 7 juillet 1975.

29. Monseigneur Georges Jacques de Aurata Pellis Bellemare consacre sub conditione André Barbeau, le 12 décembre 1976.

 

30. Monseigneur André Barbeau consacre Gilles Tremblay, le 4 juin 1989, fête du Sacré-Cœur. 

31. Monseigneur Gilles Tremblay consacre Nicolas Accrombessi SEDOTE, le 8 juin 2003.

 

32. Monseigneur Gilles Tremblay transmet sa succession apostolique par Interchange l’imposition des mains à Leonardo MARIN-SAAVEDRA, le 15 mai 2005.

        Succession

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[V] Eglise Catholique Traditionnelle, Succession d"Utrecht

 

 

7. Monseigneur Pierre Jean Maindaarts, Archevêque d’Utrecht consacre Jean Van Stiphou, le 11 juillet 1745. C’est la naissance de la lignée Vieille-catholique d’Utrecht. 

 

 

8. Monseigneur Jean Van Stiphou consacre Walter Michel Van Nieumenhuienz, qui consacre, le 7 février 1768. 

 

9. Monseigneur Walter Michel Van Nieumenhuienz consacre Adrien Brockman, le 21 juin 1778. 

10. Monseigneur Adrien Brockman consacre Jean Jacques Van Rhijn, le 5 juillet 1797. 

 

11. Monseigneur Jean Jacques Van Rhijn consacre Gilbert Cornelius De Jong, le 7 novembre 1805.

12. Monseigneur Gilbert Cornelius De Jong consacre Willibrordus Van Os, le 24 avril 1814. 

13. Monseigneur Willibrordus Van Os consacre Jean Bon, qui consacre, le 12 avril 1819. 

 

14. Mgr Jean Bon consacre Jean Van Santen, le 13 novembre 1825. 

15. Monseigneur Jean Van Santen consacre Hermanus Keykamp, le 17 juillet 1853. 

16. Monseigneur Hermanus Keykamp consacre Gaspard Jean Rinkel, le 11 août 1873. 

17. Monseigneur Gaspard Jean Rinkel qui consacre, le 11 mai 1892. 

18. Monseigneur Gérard Gul, Archevêque d’Utrecht (assisté de Mgr Van Thiel, P. Spit et J. Demmel) consacre Arnold-Harris Mathew, le 28 avril 1908, en la Cathédrale Sainte Gertrude à Utrecht. 

 

19. Monseigneur Arnold-Harris Mathew, Archevêque de l’Église Vieille Catholique Romaine d’Angleterre, qui s’est soumis à l’Obédience Romaine le 31 décembre 1915 consacre Francis E. de Landas Berghe de Rache, le 29 juin 1913. 

 

20. Monseigneur Francis E. de Landas Berghe de Rache, Prince d’Autriche, comme Archevêque de l’Église Vieille Catholique des États-Unis d’Amérique (+ 1920) consacre Henry-Carmel CARFORA, le 4 octobre 1916.

 

21. Monseigneur Henry-Carmel CARFORA consacre Edwin-Wallace Hunter, le 10 février 1924. 

 

22. Monseigneur Edwin-Wallace Hunter consacre Wallace de Ortega-Maxey, le 24 mars 1929. 

 

23. Monseigneur Wallace de Ortega-Maxey se joignit à l’obédience de Mgr Willmott-Newman, sous le titre de Mar David, Patriarche de Malaga, Catholicos et Primat d’Hérie de l’Église Catholique Orthodoxe d’Occident. Il consacre Hugues-Georges De Villmott-Newman, le 6 juin 1946. 

24. Monseigneur Hugues-Georges De Villmott-Newman consacre Harold-Percival Nicholson, le 27 mai 1950. 

 

25. Monseigneur Harold-Percival Nicholson consacre Philip Charles Stuart Singer, le 14 avril 1952. 

 

26. Monseigneur Philip Charles Stuart Singer, consacre Charles E. Brearly, le 14 novembre 1954. 

 

27. Monseigneur Charles E. Brearley consacre André Barbeau, le 14 mai 1968. 

 

28. Monseigneur André Barbeau consacre Gilles Tremblay, le 4 juin 1989, fête du Sacré-Cœur.


29. Monseigneur Gilles Tremblay consacre Nicolas Accrombessi SEDOTE, le 8 juin 2003. Interchange le 15 mai 2005. Leonardo MARIN-SAAVEDRA (Interchanges).

APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND

JOHN FISHER and THOMAS CRANMER

The Anglo - Episcopal & Anglican- Catholic Apostolic Succession

 

 

By virtue of their Succession from PETER and who bear the Title of Pope, descending from Pope LINUS o pope GREGORY the Great and unto the following men of God:

 

1. LINUS -Year 66-;

 

2. ANACLETUS -Year 79-;

 

3. CLEMENT -Year 91-;

 

4. EVARISTUS -Year 100-;

 

5. ALEXANDER -Year 109-;

 

6. SIXTUS -Year 116-;

 

7. TELESPHORUS -Year 125-; 

 

8. HYGINUS -Year 136-;

 

9. PIUS I -Year 142-;

 

10. ANICETUS -Year 155-;

 

11. SOTER -Year 166-;

 

12. ELEUTHERIUS -Year 174-;

 

13. VICTOR I -Year 189-;  

 

14. ZEPHYRINUS -Year 198-;

 

15. CALLISTUS I -Year 217-;  

 

16. URBAN I -Year 222-;

 

17. PONTIAN -Year 230-;  

 

18. ANTERUS -Year 235-;

 

19. FABIAN -Year 236-;  

 

20. CORNELIUS -Year 250-;

 

21. LUCIUS -Year 253-;  

 

22. STEPHEN I -Year 254-;

 

23. SICTUS II -Year 257-;  

 

24. DIONYSIUS -Year 260-;

 

25. FELIX I -Year 269-;  

 

26. EUTYCHIAN -Year 275-;

 

27. CAIUS -Year 283-; 

 

28. MARCELLINUS -Year 296-;

 

29. MARCELLUS I -Year 306-;  

 

30. EUSEBIUS -Year 319-;

 

31. MILTIADES -Year 311-;  

 

32. SYLVESTER I -Year 314-;

 

 

The First General or Ecumenical Council:

 

In the year of our Lord 325, the Emperor Constantine summoned the First General or Ecumenical Council and First Council of the Bishops or the Christian Catholic Church to condenm the Aran heresy and to settle authoritatively the true Orthodox Christian Faith.

 

33. MARK -Year 336-;

 

34. JULIUS I -Year 337-;

 

  35. LIBERIUS -Year 352-;

 

36. DAMASUS I -Year 366-;

 

  37. SIRICIUS -Year 384-;

 

38. ANASTASIUS I -Year 399-;

 

 39. INNOCENT I -Year 401-;

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 410, the City of Rome was invaded and sacked by the northern tribes, called Barbarians by the Romans.

 

 

40. ZOSIMUS -Year 417-;  

 

41. BONIFACE I -Year 418-;

 

 42. CELESTINE I -Year 422-;

 

43. SIXTUS III -Year 432-;

 

  44. LEO I -Year 440-;

 

45. HILARUS -Year 461-; 

 

 46. SIMPLICIUS -Year 468-;  

 

47. FELIX II -Year 483-;

 

 48. GELASIUS I -Year 492-;  

 

49. ANASTASIUS II -Year 496-; 

 

 50. SYMMACHUS -Year 498-;  

 

51. HORMISDAS -Year 514-; 


 52. JOHN I -Year 523-;  

 

53. FELIX III -Year 526-;

 

 54. BONIFACE II -Year 530-;  

 

55. JOHN II -Year 532-;

 

 56. AGAPITUS -Year 535-;

 

57. SILVERIUS -Year 536-;

 
58. VIGILIUS -Year 537-;  

 

59. PELAGIUS I -Year 556-; 

 

 60. JOHN III -Year 561-;

 

61. BENEDICT I -Year 575-;

 

 62. PELAGIUS II -Year 579-;

 

63. GREGORY I -Year 590-;

 

Pope GREGORY I consecrated AUGUSTINE and sent him to Britain as a missionary to and bishop for the people of the Isles. In the Year of Our Lord 597, AUGUSTINE and a small band of monks arrived in Isles, landing on the Isle of Thanet. After preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the King and his earls, King Ethelbert was baptized by AUGUSTINE. Pope Gregory appointed AUGUSTINE the first Archbishop of Canterbury and the first Primate of the Church of England.

 

 

The Church of England

 

The Apostolic Succession of the Archbishops of Canterbury received from the Bishops of Rome and descending from AUGUSTINE to ETHELRED:

 

 64. AUGUSTINE -Year 597-;  

 

65 LAURENTIUS -Year 604-;

 

  66. MELLITUS -Year 619-;  

 

67. JUSTUS -Year 624-;

 

 68. HONORIUS -Year 627-;  

 

69. DEUSDEDIT -Year 655-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 664, the Synod of Whit by was held whereat the ancient British Church. And the Church of England are united together into one Church, the Celtic Christians agreeing to observe the date of Easter as it was observed throughout the rest of the Catholic Church.

 

 

 70. THEODORE-Year 668-;  

 

71. BRITHWALD -Year 693-;

 

 72. TATWINE -Year 731-;  

 

73. NOTHELM -Year 735-;

 

 74. CUTHBERT -Year 742-;  

 

75. BREGWINE -Year 759-;

 

 76. LAMBRITH -Year 763-;  

 

77. AETHELHARD -Year 793-;

 

 78. WULFRED -Year 804-;   

 

79. THEOLGILD -Year 830-;

 

80.  CEOLNOTH -Year 833-; 

 

81. ETHELRED -Year 870-;

.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 871, Alfred was crowned King. During the Reign of King Alfred the Great, all the Saxon kingdoms were united into one Kingdom of England.

 

82. THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT -Year 871-; 

 

Assisted in consecrating EDWARD BASS,

who in turn assisted in consecrating

 

83. BENJAMIN MOORE.

 

Who in turn assisted in consecrating

 

84. JOHN HENRY HOBART

and 

ALEXANDER GRISWOLD, 

WILLIAM WHITE,

JOHN HENRY THOMAS 

and

ALEXANDER GRISWOLD

Consecrated

 

84. THOMAS BROWNELL

In the Year of Our Lord 1819

 

The Archbishops of Canterbury

 

The Succession of the Bishops of Rome from Pope SABINIAN

to Pope FORMOSUS:

 

85.  SABINIAN -Year 604-;  

 

86. BONIFACE III -Year 607-;

 

87. BONIFACE IV -Year 608-;  

 

88. ADEODATUS I  -Year 615-;

 

 89. BONIFACE V -Year 619-;  

 

90. HONORIUS I -Year 625-;

 

 91. SEVERINUS -Year 638-;  

 

92. JOHN IV -Year 640-;

 

 93. THEODORE I -Year 642-;  

 

94. MARTIN I -Year 649-;

 

95.  EUGENE I -Year 654-; 

 

96.  VITALIAN -Year 657-;

 

 97. ADEODATUS II -Year 672-;  

 

98. DONUS -Year 676-;

 

 99. AGATHO -Year 678-; 

 

100.  LEO II -Year 681-;

 

 101. BENEDICT II -Year 683-;  

 

102. JOHN V -Year 685-;

 

 103. CONON -Year 686-;  

 

104. SERGIUS I -Year 687-;

 

 105. JOHN VI -Year 701-;  

 

106. JOHN VII -Year 705-; 

 

 107. SISINNIUS -Year 708-;  

 

108. CONSTANTINE -Year 709-;

 

 110. GREGORY II -Year 8715-;  

 

111. GREGORY III -Year 731-;

 
 112. ZACHARIUS
 -Year 741-;  

 

113. STEPHEN II -Year 752-;

 

 114. STEPHEN III -Year 752-;  

 

115. PAUL I -Year 757-; 

 

 116. STEPHEN IV -Year 768-;   

 

117. HADRIAN I -Year 772-; 


118. LEO II -Year 795-; 

 

119. STEPHEN V -Year 816-;

 

120. PASCHAL I -Year 818-;   

 

121. EUGENE II -Year 824-; 

 

 122. VALENTINE -Year 827-;  

 

123. GREGORY IV -Year 827-; 

 

124.  SERGIUS II -Year 844-; 

 

125. LEO IV -Year 847-;

 

126. BENEDICT III -Year 855-;  

 

127. NICHOLAS I -Year 858-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 864, Pope NICHOLAS consecrated

 

128. FORMOSUS Bishop of Porto.

 

 

129. HADRIAN II -Year 867-;  

 

130. JOHN VIII -Year 872-;

 

 131. MARINUS I -Year 882-;  

 

132. HADRIAN III -Year 884-; 

 

  133. STEPHEN VI -Year 885-;  

 

134. FORMOSUS -Year 891-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 891,

Pope FORMOSUS consecrated 

 

135. PHLEGMUND to be the Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 909,

PHLEGMUND consecrated

 

136. ALTHELM to be the Bishop of Wells,

and thereafter ATHELM succeeded

PHLEGMUND as

the Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

 

137. ATHELM -Year 923-;

 

138. WULFHELM -Year 928-;

 

139. ODO SEVERUS -Year 941-;

 

140. DUNSTAN -Year 954-;

 

 141. AETHELGAR -Year 988-;  

 

142. SIRICIUS -Year 989-; 

 

 143. AELFRIC -Year 996-;  

 

144. ALPHEGE -Year 1005-; 

 

 145. LEOVINGUS -Year 1013-;

 

146. AETHELNOT -Year 1020-;

 

147.  EADSIGE -Year 1038-;

 

148. ROBERT de JUMIEGES -Year 1050-;

 

149. STIGAND -Year 1052-;

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1066, the Normans invaded England, 

and Duke William of Normandy, known as William the Conqueror. William the Conqueror was crowned the first Norman King of England at Westminster Abbey, London, on Christmas Day of that same year (1066).

 

 

150. LANFRANC -Year 1070-; 

 

151. ANSELM -Year 1093-;

 

 152. RODULPH d' ESCUTURES -Year 1114-;

 

153. WILLIAM CORBEUIL -Year 1122-;

 

 154. THEOBALD -Year 1138-; 

 

155. THOMAS à BECKET -Year 1162-;

 

 156. RICHARD -Year 1171-;

 

157. BALDWIN -Year 1184-;

 

 158. REGINALD FITZJOCELYN -Year 1191-; 

 

159. HUBERT WALTER -Year 1193-;

 

 160. STEPHEN LANGTON -Year 1207-;

 

161 ROBERT WETHERSHED -Year 1229-;

 

 162. EDMUND RICH -Year 1234-;  

 

163. BONIFACE of SAVOY -Year 1245-; 

 

 164. ROBERT KILWARBY -Year 1272-; 

 

165. JOHN PECKHAM -Year 1278-; 

 

166. ROBERT WINCHELSEY -Year 1294-;  

 

167. WALTER REYNOLD -Year 1313-;

 

 

In the year of our Lord 1297, Sir William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland, won the battle of Stirling Bridge against the invading English. Wallace is executed in 1305. Robert the Bruce is coronate King Robert the First, King of Scots in 1306.

 

In the year of our Lord 1316, Scotland is freed forever from foreign foes at the Battle of Bannockburn. In the year of our Lord 1320, King Robert the

Bruce calls the Scottish Parliament into session at

 

168. Arbroath Abbey -Year 1320-;

 

To hammer out a letter of protest to Pope John XXII in Avignon

 

This letter becomes known as the Declaration of Arbroath, or the Scottish Declaration of Independence. They request independence from the English. Additionally, they declare their obedience to the Pope, “ready to do your will in all things, as obedient sons to you as His Vicar: and to Him as the Supreme King and Judge.”

 

 169. ROBERT MEPEHAM -Year 1328-;  

 

170. JOSEPH STRATFORD -Year 1333-; 

 

During the Years of Our Lord 1348 and 1349, 

the Black Death (which had come by ship to Europe from Asia)

Ravaged Britain and Europe

 

 171. THOMAS BRADWARDINE -Year 1349-; 

 

172. SIMON ISLIP -Year 1349-;

 

 173. SIMON LANGHAM -Year 1366-; 

 

174. WILLIAM WITTLESLY -Year 1386-;

 

 175. SIMON SUDBURY -Year 1375-; 

 

176. WILLIAM COURTNEY -Year 1381-; 

 

 177. THOMAS ARUNDLE -Year 1396-; 

 

178. HENRY CHICHELEY -Year 1414-;

 

 179. JOHN STAFFORD -Year 1443-; 

 

180. JOSEPH KEMP -Year 1452-;

 

 181. THOMAS BOUCHIER -Year 1454-;  

 

182. JOHN MORTON -Year 1486-; 

 

 183. HENRY DEAN -Year 1501-;  

 

184. WILLIAM WAREHAM -Year 1503-;

 

 

Year 1533: 

185. THOMAS CRANMER

Year 1533-;

 

 

In The Year of Our Lord 1535, King Henry the Eight renounced Papal Jurisdiction over The English Church as Anglo Catholic. In the year Our Lord 1547, King Henry the Eight died and his young son Edward acceded to The English Throne as Queen Mary the First. 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1555, King Edward the Sixth died, and his half-sister Mary acceded to the English throne as Queen Mary the First. Queen Mary restored the Papal jurisdiction over the English Church, and appointed her kinsman

 

186. REGINALD POLE -Year 1555-; 

as the Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

Under Queen Mary, the Church of England was reconciled with to the Papacy, the Latin Mass was restored, and the Inquisition was brought to England. The new Archbishop of Canterbury had been made a Cardinal of the Roman Church and was appointed the agent for the reconciliation of the English Church and nation with the Pope of Rome.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1556, the deposed Archbishop of Canterbury, and translator and reviser of the Liturgy of the English Church, THOMAS CRANMER, was tried for heresy by the Inquisition and burned at the stake by order of the Queen.

 

 187. REGINALD POLE -Year 1556-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1558, Queen Mary died, and her half-sister Elizabeth acceded to the English throne as Queen Elizabeth the First. Queen Elizabeth renounced all Papal jurisdictions over the Church of England, and restored the reformed English Liturgy.

 

The Queen appointed MATTHEW PARKER as the new Archbishop of Canterbury, 

 

the See having been left vacant by the death of REGINALD POLE who died on the same day as his cousin Queen Mary.

 

188. MATTHEW PARKER -Year 1559-; 

was consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury

 

by authority of the mandate of Queen Elizabeth on the morning of the 

17th December 1559 by the four loyal Bishops:

 

WILLIAM BARLOWE, JOHN SCORY, MILES COVERDALE, and 

JOHN HODGEKYN, at Lambeth Palace.

 

 189. MATTHEW PARKER -Year 1559-;  

 

190. EDMUND GRINDAL -Year 1575-;

 

 191. JOHN WITGIFT -Year 1583-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1603, Queen Elizabeth the First died, and the son of her first cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King James the First of England and Sixth of Scotland.

 

 

192. RICHARD BANCROFT. -Year 1604-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1611, King James the First authorized a new translation of the Holy Scriptures into the English language, and the Authorized Version, commonly called the King James Version, of the English Bible was given to the English-speaking peoples. In the Year of Our Lord 1607 the first English settlers arrive in Virginia at a small island that will be named for their King. The settlement is named Jamestown.

 

They found the first permanent English settlement in the New World. Shortly after their arrival they celebrate the first Holy Communion in Virginia on June 21, in 1607, the Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity. They shade themselves from the hot sun by erecting a sail from the ship. Their altar is a split tree trunk placed upon two cut saplings.

 

Of the one-hundred and three souls who arrived most perished before spring including the Rev. Robert Hunt. With this first Holy Communion the settlers began the Anglican Faith of Virginia and of the New World. The survivors would be joined by others and found the first democratic assembly in the New World. Their faith and vision would spark the torch of democracy and freedom for all the entire world to see.

 

 192. 1611 GEORGE ABBOT. -Year 1611-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1625, King James the First died, and his son Charles acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King Charles the First.

 

193. WILLIAM LAUD. -Year 1633-;

 

WILLIAM LAUD had as one of his Consecrators

MARC ANTONY De DOMINIS

 

MARC ANTONY De DOMINIS the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Spolatro, thus adding another recognized line of the Roman Catholic Succession to the Apostolic Succession of the Bishops of the Church of England and the Episcopal Church of Scotland. He would regularize Holy Services and direct the Altars be placed against the East wall of the Church Building in order that the Priest would celebrate with the people facing Jerusalem. He would restore Catholicity to the worship but not to rejoin the Roman Church.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1645, during the Civil War fought between the forces of the King Charles the First and the Church and the forces of the Puritans.

 

The Archbishop of Canterbury, WILLIAM LAUD, was imprisoned and executed by the Puritans for defending the Catholic Faith and the settled establishment of the Church of England. 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1649, the Puritans declared England a Republic and the King to be a traitor. On the 30th January 1649, the Puritans executed King Charles the First.

 

The leader of the Puritan forces, Oliver Cromwell, was declared Lord Protector of England by the House of Commons, and England suffered under Puritan tyranny during the Protectorate of Cromwell. During the time of the -Interregnum-

 

The See of Canterbury was vacant for fifteen Years.

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1660, the Kingdom was restored, and the exiled Heir of the martyred King acceded to the throne as King Charles the Second.

 

King Charles the Second appointed WILLIAM JUXON to the See of Canterbury.

 

WILLIAM JUXON. -Year 1660-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1661, King Charles the Second had the Book of Common Prayer revised, and in the Year of Our Lord 1662 the revised Prayer Book was published and ordered by both the King and the Convocations of Canterbury and York to be used throughout England and Wales.

 

GILBERT SHELDON. -Year 1663-; WILLIAM SANCROFT. -Year 1678-;

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1685, King Charles the Second died, and his brother acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King James the Second of England and Seventh of Scotland.

 

The King was received into the communion of the Church of Rome.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1688, the Queen was delivered of a Prince, and the nation feared that a Roman Catholic would accede to the English throne and undermine the settlement of religion established by Queen Elizabeth the First.

 

The King and Queen with the infant Prince fled England for France, and Parliament invited the daughter of the King by his first Queen.  The Princess Mary and her Dutch husband Prince William of Orange, to come to England and to reign conjointly as Queen Mary the Second and King William the Third.

 

Many of the Clergy and a number of Bishops, including the Archbishop of Canterbury, having already taken an Oath of Allegiance to King James the Second, refused to take the Oath of Allegiance to the new Sovereigns. The Archbishop of Canterbury, and a great number of Bishops and Clergy, are deposed and deprived of their Sees and Benefices.

 

These Bishops and Clergy became known as Non-Jurors, and they continued to worship privately until the death of King James the Second, and many of these Non-Jurors went to Scotland and there became Bishops and Clergy of the Episcopal Church of Scotland.

 

The Non-Juring line of the Episcopal succession of the Scottish Episcopal Church would later be transmitted to the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America through its first Bishop, SAMUEL SEABURY.

 

In 1691 JOHN TILOTSON

 

In 1694 THOMAS TENISON

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1694, Queen Mary the Second died.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1702, King William the Third died, and his sister-in-law and daughter of King James the Second acceded to the British throne as Queen Anne.

 

Queen Anne richly endowed the Church upon her death in 1714, which has since come to be known as Queen Anne's Bounty. In the Year of Our Lord 1706, the Kingdoms of England and Scotland were united together as the United Kingdom of Great Britain.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1714, upon the death of The Queen, Parliament enacted the Act of Settlement, and asked the Protestant descendant of King James.

The First, Prince George of Hanover to accept the throne of Great Britain Prince George of Hanover acceded to the throne as King George the First of Great Britain.

 

In 1715 WILLIAM WAKE.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1727, King George the First died, and his son acceded to the British throne as King George the Second.

 

In 1737 JOHN POTTER 

 

In 1747 THOMAS HERRING

 

In 1757 MATTHEW HUTTON 

 

In 1758 THOMAS SECKER

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1760, King George the Second died, and his son acceded to the British throne as King George the Third.

 

In 1768 FREDERICK CORNWALLIS

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1776, thirteen British colonies seceded from the British Empire and united to form the United States of America. The authority of The King was rejected in favor of an elected President and Congress. The Church of England in the newly-formed United States of America was re-named the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America

 

 

And the Protestant Episcopal Church was disestablished under the terms of the new Constitution

 

In 1783 JOHN MOORE

 

The Protestant Episcopal Church: The Apostolic Succession of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America received from the Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Archbishops of Canterbury:

 

In 1784 Samuel Seabury

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1784, SAMUEL SEABURY was consecrated the first Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church by Bishops KILGOUR, PETRIE, and SKINNER, of the Scottish Episcopal Church.

 

In 1787 Samuel Provoost

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1787, SAMUEL PROVOOST was consecrated Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, assisted by the Archbishop of York, and the Bishops of Peterborough and Bath and Wells.

 

In 1787 William White

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1787, WILLIAM WHITE was consecrated Bishop of the

Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE,

and the Bishops of Peterborough and Bath and Wells.

 

In 1790 James Madison

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1790, JAMES MADISON was consecrated Bishop of Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, assisted by the Bishops of London and Rochester.

 

In 1792 Thomas John Clagett

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1792, Bishops SAMUEL SEABURY, SAMUEL PROVOOST, WILLIAM WHITE, and JAMES MADISON, consecrated THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT 

Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church

 

In 1819 Thomas Brownell

 

THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT assisted in consecrating EDWARD BASS, who in turn assisted in consecrating BENJAMIN MOORE, who in turn assisted in consecrating JOHN HENRY HOBART and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD. WILLIAM WHITE, JOHN HENRY THOMAS and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD consecrated THOMAS BROWNELL in the Year of Our Lord 1819.

 

Thus through THOMAS BROWNELL the lines of Apostolic Succession descending from the Archbishops of Canterbury: The Archbishops of York, the Bishops of London, the Bishops of Peterborough, the Bishops of Bath and Wells, and the Bishops of Rochester, as well as from the Non-Juring lines of succession of the Scottish Church, were joined together and were transmitted.

 

THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT assisted in consecrating EDWARD BASS, who in turn assisted in consecrating BENJAMIN MOORE, who in turn assisted in consecrating JOHN HENRY HOBART and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD.

 

 

WILLIAM WHITE, JOHN HENRY THOMAS and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD consecrated THOMAS BROWNELL in the Year of Our Lord 1819.

 

Thus through THOMAS BROWNELL the lines of Apostolic Succession descending from the Archbishops of Canterbury, the Archbishops of York, the Bishops of London, the Bishops of Peterborough, the Bishops of Bath and Wells, and the Bishops of Rochester, as well as from the Non-Juring.

 

In 1819 Thomas Brownell

 

THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT assisted in consecrating EDWARD BASS, who in turn assisted in consecrating BENJAMIN MOORE, who in turn assisted in consecrating JOHN HENRY HOBART and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD. WILLIAM WHITE, JOHN HENRY THOMAS and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD consecrated THOMAS BROWNELL.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1819

 

Thus through THOMAS BROWNELL the lines of Apostolic Succession descending from the Archbishops of Canterbury, the Archbishops of York, the Bishops of London, the Bishops of Peterborough, the Bishops of Bath and Wells, and the Bishops of Rochester, as well as from the Non-Juring lines of succession of the Scottish Episcopal Church, were joined together and were transmitted to the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.

 

In 1854 Horatio Potter

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1854 THOMAS BROWNELL, assisted by JOHN HENRY HOPKINS and GEORGE DOANE, consecrated HORATIO POTTER

 

1869 Abram Littejohn

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1869, HORATIO POTTER, assisted by JOHN JOHNS and WILLIAM ODENHEIMER, consecrated ABRAM LITTLEJOHN

 

In 1893 John McKim

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1893 ABRAM LITTLEJOHN, assisted by THEODORE LYMAN and THOMAS DUDLEY, consecrated JOHN McKIM

 

In 1912 Henry St George Tucker

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1912, JOHN McKIM, assisted by the Protestant Episcopal Bishops of Rangoon and Kyushu consecrated HENRY St GEORGE TUCKER, who later was elected Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.

 

 In the Year of Our Lord 1915, the exiled Austrian Old Catholic Bishop RUDOLPHE FRANCOIS EDOUARD de LANDAS BERGHES et de RACHE, le DUC de WHINNOCK, who had been consecrated Bishop in the Old Catholic Church by ARNOLD HARRIS MATHEW (who himself had been consecrated Bishop by the Old Catholic Archbishop of Utrecht GERARDUS GUL), assisted in the Laying on of Hands at the Consecration of HIRAM RICHARD HULSE as the Protestant Episcopal Missionary Bishop for Cuba. HIRAM RICHARD HULSE in turn assisted in the consecration of KARL BLOCK as the Protestant Episcopal Bishop of California.

 

In 1945 John Elleridge Hines

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1945, JOHN ELLERIDGE HINES was consecrated Bishop Co-adjutor of Texas by the Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, HENRY St GEORGE TUCKER, who was assisted by CLINTON SIMON QUINN and KARL BLOCK. Thus through JOHN ELLERIDGE HINES the lines of Apostolic Succession descending from the Holy Apostles through the Church of Rome to the Church of England and the Scottish Episcopal Church, and from the Church of Rome through the Old Catholic Church of Utrecht, and were joined together and transmitted to the Protestant Episcopal Bishops of Texas.

 

In 1970 Archibald Donald Davies

 

On the 22nd June, the Feast of Saint Alban the Martyr, in the Year of Our Lord 1970, ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES was consecrated Bishop of Dallas by JOHN MAURY ALLIN, the Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, who was assisted by RUSSELL THEODORE RAUSCHER, and by JOHN ELLERIDGE HINES. At the consecration of ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES the following fifteen Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America assisted the three principal Consecrators in the Laying on of Hands, GEORGE QUARTEMAINE, GIRAULT JONES, CHILTON POWELL, JOSEPH HARTE, ALBERT STUART, RICHARD DICUS, FREDERICK GODDARD, EDWARD TURNER, EDWIN THAYER, THEODORE McCREA, SCOTT FIELD BAILEY, WILLIAM DAVIDSON, WILLIAM PAUL BARNDS, CHRISTOPHER KELLER, HAROLD GOSNELL.

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1983, ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES was elected the First Bishop of the newly-founded Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth. Then, in the Year of Our Lord 1989, ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES was appointed to be the Protestant Episcopal Bishop of the Convocation of the American Churches in Europe. 

 

Lines of succession of the Scottish Church were joined together and were transmitted.

 

Anglican: MOORE - White - Hopkins - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa 1985. - Leonardo Marin-Saavedra  2003

 

Non-Juring Bishops of England: Montaigne – Seabury – Richardson – Newman –

Maxey – Wadle – Spruit – Toca – Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa (1984) – Leonardo Marin-Saavedra (2003).

 

 

The Archbishops of Canterbury

 

The Succession of the Bishops of Rome from Pope SABINIAN to Pope FORMOSUS:

 

In 604 SABINIAN – 

 

In 607 BONIFACE III

 

In 608 BONIFACE IV –

 

In 615 ADEODATUS I

 

In 619 BONIFACE V –

 

In 625 HONORIUS I

 

In 638 SEVERINUS –

 

In 640 JOHN IV

 

In 642 THEODORE I –

 

In 649 MARTIN I

 

In 654 EUGENE I – 

 

In 657 VITALIAN

 

In 672 ADEODATUS II – 

 

In 676 DONUS

 

In 678 AGATHO – 

 

In 681 LEO II

 

In 683 BENEDICT II – 

 

In 685 JOHN V

 

In 686 CONON –

 

In 687 SERGIUS I

 

In 701 JOHN VI –

 

In 705 JOHN VII

 

In 708 SISINNIUS –

 

In 709 CONSTANTINE

 

In 715 GREGORY II –

 

In 731 GREGORY III

 

In 741 ZACHARIUS –

 

In 752 STEPHEN II

 

In 752 STEPHEN III –

 

In 757 PAUL I

 

In 768 STEPHEN IV –

 

In 772 HADRIAN I

 

In 795 LEO II –

 

In 816 STEPHEN V

 

In 817 PASCHAL I –

 

In 824 EUGENE II

 

In 827 VALENTINE –

 

In 827 GREGORY IV

 

In 844 SERGIUS II –

 

In 847 LEO IV

 

In 855 BENEDICT III – 

 

In 858 NICHOLAS I

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 864, Pope NICHOLAS

Consecrated FORMOSUS Bishop of Porto

 

In 867 HADRIAN II 

 

In 872 JOHN VIII

 

In 882 MARINUS I 

 

In 884 HADRIAN III

 

In 885 STEPHEN VI 

 

In 891 FORMOSUS

 

In the Year of Our Lord 891, Pope FORMOSUS

Consecrated PHLEGMUND to be

The Archbishop of Canterbury

 

In the Year of Our Lord 909, PHLEGMUND

Consecrated ALTHELM to be the

Bishop of Wells, and thereafter ATHELM

Succeeded PHLEGMUND as the Archbishop of Canterbury

 

In 923 ATHELM 

 

In 928 WULFHELM

 

In 941 ODO SEVERUS 

 

In 954 DUNSTAN

 

In 988 AETHELGAR 

 

In 989 SIRICIUS

 

In 996 AELFRIC 

 

In 1005 ALPHEGE

 

In 1013 LEOVINGUS

 In 1020 AETHELNOT

 

In 1038 EADSIGE 

In 1050 ROBERT de JUMIEGES

 

In 1052 STIGAND

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1066, the Normans invaded England, and Duke William of Normandy, known as William the Conqueror, was crowned the first Norman King of England at Westminster Abbey, London, on Christmas Day of that same year.

 

In 1070 LANFRANC 

 

In 1093 ANSELM

 

In 1114 RODULPH D'ESCUTURES 

 

In 1122 WILLIAM CORBEUIL

 

In 1138 THEOBALD 

 

In 1162 THOMAS à BECKET

 

In 1171 RICHARD 

 

In 1184 BALDWIN

 

In 1191 REGINALD FITZJOCELYN 

 

In 1193 HUBERT WALTER

 

In 1207 STEPHEN LANGTON 

 

In 1229 ROBERT WETHERSHED

 

In 1234 EDMUND RICH 

 

In 1245 BONIFACE of SAVOY

 

In 1272 ROBERT KILWARBY 

 

In 1278 JOHN PECKHAM

 

In 1294 ROBERT WINCHELSEY 

 

In the year of our Lord 1297, Sir William Wallace,

Guardian of Scotland won the battle of Stirling Bridge against the invading English. 

 

Wallace is executed in 1305.  Robert the Bruce is 

Coroneted King Robert the First, King of Scots in 1306.

 

 

In 1313 WALTER REYNOLD

 

In the year of our Lord 1316, Scotland is freed forever from foreign foes at the Battle of Bannockburn.

 

In the year of our Lord 1320, King Robert the Bruce calls the Scottish Parliament into session at Arbroath Abbey to hammer out a letter of protest to Pope John XXII in Avignon. This letter becomes known as the Declaration of Arbroath or the Scottish Declaration of Independence.

 

They request independence from the English. Additionally, they declare their obedience to the Pope, “ready to do your will in all things, as obedient sons to you as His Vicar: and to Him as the Supreme King and Judge.”

 

In 1328 ROBERT MEPEHAM

 

In 1333 JOSEPH STRATFORD

 

During the Years of Our Lord 1348 and 1349, the Black Death (which had come by ship to Europe from Asia) ravaged Britain and Europe.

 

 

In 1349 THOMAS BRADWARDINE

 

In 1349 SIMON ISLIP

 

In 1366 SIMON LANGHAM

 

In 1386 WILLIAM WITTLESLY

 

In 1375 SIMON SUDBURY

 

In 1381 WILLIAM COURTNEY

 

In 1396 THOMAS ARUNDLE

 

In 1414 HENRY CHICHELEY

 

In 1443 JOHN STAFFORD

 

In 1452 JOSEPH KEMP

 

In 1454 THOMAS BOUCHIER

 

In 1486 JOHN MORTON

 

In 1501 HENRY DEAN

 

In 1503 WILLIAM WAREHAM

 

In 1533 THOMAS CRANMER

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1535, King Henry the Eighth renounced

Papal jurisdiction over the English Church

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1547, King Henry the Eighth died, and his young son Edward acceded to the English throne as King Edward the Sixth.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1555, King Edward the Sixth died, and his half-sister Mary acceded to the English throne as Queen Mary the First. Queen Mary restored the Papal jurisdiction over the English Church, and appointed her kinsman REGINALD POLE as the Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

Under Queen Mary, the Church of England was reconciled with to the Papacy, the Latin Mass was restored, and the Inquisition was brought to England. The new Archbishop of Canterbury had been made a Cardinal of the Roman Church and was appointed the agent for the reconciliation of the English Church and nation with the Pope of Rome.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1556, the deposed Archbishop of Canterbury, and translator and reviser of the Liturgy of the English Church, THOMAS CRANMER, was tried for heresy by the Inquisition and burned at the stake by order of the Queen.

 

 

In 1556 REGINALD POLE

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1558, Queen Mary died, and her half-sister Elizabeth acceded to the English throne as Queen Elizabeth the First. Queen Elizabeth renounced all Papal jurisdictions over the Church of England, and restored the reformed English Liturgy.

 

The Queen appointed MATTHEW PARKER as the new Archbishop of Canterbury, the See having been left vacant by the death of REGINALD POLE who died on the same day as his cousin Queen Mary.

 

MATTHEW PARKER was consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury by authority of the mandate of Queen Elizabeth on the morning of the 17th December 1559 by the four loyal Bishops WILLIAM BARLOWE, JOHN SCORY; MILES COVERDALE, and JOHN HODGEKYN, at Lambeth Palace.

 

In 1559 MATTHEW PARKER

 

In 1575 EDMUND GRINDAL

 

In 1583 JOHN WITGIFT

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1603, Queen Elizabeth the First died, and the son of her first cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King James the First of England and Sixth of Scotland.

 

 

In 1604 RICHARD BANCROFT

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1611, King James the First authorized a new translation of the Holy Scriptures into the English language, and the Authorized Version, commonly called the King James Version, of the English Bible was given to the English-speaking peoples.

 

In 1607 the first English settlers arrive in Virginia (United States) at a small island that will be named for their King.  The settlement is named Jamestown. They found the first permanent English settlement in the New World.  Shortly after their arrival they celebrate the first Holy Communion in Virginia on June 21, 1607, the Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity.  They shade themselves from the hot sun by erecting a sail from the ship.  Their altar is a split tree trunk placed upon two cut saplings.  Of the one-hundred and three souls who arrived most perished before spring including the Rev. Robert Hunt.  With this first Holy Communion the settlers began the Anglican Faith of Virginia and of the New World.  The survivors would be joined by others and found the first democratic assembly in the New World.  Their faith and vision would spark the torch of democracy and freedom for the entire world to see.

 

 

In 1611 GEORGE ABBOT

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1625, King James the First died, and his son Charles acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King Charles the First.

 

 

In 1633 WILLIAM LAUD

 

 

WILLIAM LAUD had as one of his Consecrators MARC ANTONY De DOMINIS, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Spolatro, thus adding another recognized line of the Roman Catholic Succession to the Apostolic Succession of the Bishops of the Church of England and the Episcopal Church of Scotland. He would regularize Holy Services and direct the Altars be placed against the East wall of the Church Building in order that the Priest would celebrate with the people facing Jerusalem. He would restore Catholicity to the worship but not to rejoin the Roman Church.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1645, during the Civil War fought between the forces of the King Charles the First and the Church and the forces of the Puritans, the Archbishop of Canterbury, WILLIAM LAUD, was imprisoned and executed by the Puritans for defending the Catholic Faith and the settled establishment of the Church of England.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1649, the Puritans declared England a republic and the King to be a traitor. On the 30th January 1649, the Puritans executed King Charles the First. The leader of the Puritan forces, Oliver Cromwell, was declared Lord Protector of England by the House of Commons, and England suffered under Puritan tyranny during the Protectorate of Cromwell.

 

During the time of the Interregnum, the See of Canterbury was vacant for fifteen Years.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1660, the Kingdom was restored, and the exiled Heir of the martyred King acceded to the throne as King Charles the Second. King Charles the Second appointed WILLIAM JUXON to the See of Canterbury.

 

In 1660 WILLIAM JUXON

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1661, King Charles the Second had the Book of Common Prayer revised, and in the Year of Our Lord 1662 the revised Prayer Book was published and ordered by both the King and the Convocations of Canterbury and York to be used throughout England and Wales.

 

In 1663 GILBERT SHELDON

 

In 1678 WILLIAM SANCROFT

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1685, King Charles the Second died, and his brother acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King James the Second of England and Seventh of Scotland. The King was received into the communion of the Church of Rome. In the Year of Our Lord 1688, the Queen was delivered of a Prince, and the nation feared that a Roman Catholic would accede to the English throne and undermine the settlement of religion established by Queen Elizabeth the First. The King and Queen with the infant Prince fled England for France, and Parliament invited the daughter of the King by his first Queen, The Princess Mary, and her Dutch husband, Prince William of Orange, to come to England and to reign conjointly as Queen Mary the Second and King William the Third.

 

Many of the Clergy and a number of Bishops, including the Archbishop of Canterbury, having already taken an Oath of Allegiance to King James the Second refused to take the Oath of Allegiance to the new Sovereigns. The Archbishop of Canterbury, and a great number of Bishops and Clergy, are deposed and deprived of their Sees and Benefices. These Bishops and Clergy became known as Non-Jurors, and they continued to worship privately until the death of King James the Second, and many of these Non-Jurors went to Scotland and there became Bishops and Clergy of the Episcopal Church of Scotland.

 

The Non-Juring line of the episcopal succession of the Scottish Episcopal Church would later be transmitted to the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America through its first Bishop, SAMUEL SEABURY.

 

In 1691 JOHN TILOTSON

 

In 1694 THOMAS TENISON

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1694, Queen Mary the Second died.

In the Year of Our Lord 1702, King William the Third died, and his sister-in-law and daughter of King James the Second acceded to the British throne as Queen Anne. Queen Anne richly endowed the Church upon her death in 1714, which has since come to be known as Queen Anne's Bounty.

In the Year of Our Lord 1706, the Kingdoms of England and Scotland were united together as the United Kingdom of Great Britain.

In the Year of Our Lord 1714, upon the death of The Queen, Parliament enacted the Act of Settlement, and asked the Protestant descendant of King James the First, Prince George of Hanover, to accept the throne of Great Britain. Prince George of Hanover acceded to the throne as King George the First of Great Britain.

 

In 1715 WILLIAM WAKE

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1727, King George the First died, and his son acceded to the British throne as King George the Second.

 

In 1737 JOHN POTTER   

 

In 1747 THOMAS HERRING

 

In 1757 MATTHEW HUTTON  

 

In 1758 THOMAS SECKER

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1760, King George the Second died, and his son acceded to the British throne as King George the Third.

 

In 1768 FREDERICK CORNWALLIS

 

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1776, thirteen British colonies seceded from the British Empire and united to form the United States of America. The authority of The King was rejected in favor of an elected President and Congress. The Church of England in the newly-formed United States of America was re-named the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and the Protestant Episcopal Church was disestablished under the terms of the new Constitution.

 

In 1783 JOHN MOORE 

 

The Protestant Episcopal Church

 

The Apostolic Succession of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America received from the Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Archbishops of Canterbury: In 1784 Samuel Seabury

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1784, SAMUEL SEABURY

was consecrated the first Bishop of the

Protestant Episcopal Church by

Bishops KILGOUR, PETRIE, and SKINNER,

of the Scottish Episcopal Church.

 

In 1787 Samuel Provoost

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1787, SAMUEL PROVOOST was consecrated Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, assisted by the Archbishop of York, and the Bishops of Peterborough and Bath and Wells.

 

In 1787 William White

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1787, WILLIAM WHITE was consecrated Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, and the Bishops of Peterborough and Bath and Wells.

 

In 1790 James Madison

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1790, JAMES MADISON was consecrated Bishop of Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, assisted by the Bishops of London and Rochester.

 

In 1792 Thomas John Clagett

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1792, Bishops SAMUEL SEABURY, SAMUEL PROVOOST, WILLIAM WHITE, and JAMES MADISON, consecrated THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church.

 

In 1819 Thomas Brownell

 

THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT assisted in consecrating EDWARD BASS, who in turn assisted in consecrating BENJAMIN MOORE, who in turn assisted in consecrating JOHN HENRY HOBART and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD. WILLIAM WHITE, JOHN HENRY THOMAS and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD consecrated THOMAS BROWNELL in the Year of Our Lord 1819. Thus through THOMAS BROWNELL the lines of Apostolic Succession descending from the Archbishops of Canterbury, the Archbishops of York, the Bishops of London, the Bishops of Peterborough, the Bishops of Bath and Wells, and the Bishops of Rochester, as well as from the Non-Juring lines of succession of the Scottish Episcopal Church, were joined together and were transmitted to the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.

 

In 1854 Horatio Potter

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1854, THOMAS BROWNELL, assisted by JOHN HENRY HOPKINS and GEORGE DOANE, consecrated HORATIO POTTER

 

In 1869 Abram Littejohn

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1869, HORATIO POTTER, assisted by JOHN JOHNS and WILLIAM ODENHEIMER, consecrated ABRAM LITTLEJOHN

 

In 1893 John McKim

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1893, ABRAM LITTLEJOHN, assisted by THEODORE LYMAN and THOMAS DUDLEY, consecrated JOHN McKIM

 

In 1912 Henry St George Tucker

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1912, JOHN McKIM, assisted by the Protestant Episcopal Bishops of Rangoon and Kyushu, consecrated HENRY St GEORGE TUCKER, who later was elected Presiding Bishop of the

Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America

.

 In the Year of Our Lord 1915, the exiled Austrian Old Catholic Bishop RUDOLPHE FRANCOIS EDOUARD de LANDAS BERGHES et de RACHE, le DUC de WHINNOCK, who had been consecrated Bishop in the Old Catholic Church by ARNOLD HARRIS MATHEW (who himself had been consecrated Bishop by the Old Catholic Archbishop of Utrecht GERARDUS GUL), assisted in the Laying on of Hands at the Consecration of HIRAM RICHARD HULSE as the Protestant Episcopal Missionary Bishop for Cuba. HIRAM RICHARD HULSE in turn assisted in the consecration of KARL BLOCK as the Protestant Episcopal Bishop of California.

 

In 1945 John Elleridge Hines

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1945, JOHN ELLERIDGE HINES was consecrated Bishop

Co-adjutor of Texas by the Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, HENRY St GEORGE TUCKER, who was assisted by CLINTON SIMON QUINN and KARL BLOCK. Thus through JOHN ELLERIDGE HINES the lines of Apostolic Succession descending from the Holy Apostles through the Church of Rome to the Church of England and the Scottish Episcopal Church, and from the Church of Rome through the Old Catholic Church of Utrecht, and were joined together and transmitted to the Protestant Episcopal Bishops of Texas.

 

In 1970 Archibald Donald Davies

 

On the 22nd June, the Feast of Saint Alban the Martyr, in the Year of Our Lord 1970, ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES was consecrated Bishop of Dallas by JOHN MAURY ALLIN, the Presiding Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, who was assisted by RUSSELL THEODORE RAUSCHER, and by JOHN ELLERIDGE HINES. At the consecration of ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES the following fifteen Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America assisted the three principal Consecrators in the Laying on of Hands:

 

GEORGE QUARTEMAINE,

 

GIRAULT JONES,

 

CHILTON POWELL,

 

JOSEPH HARTE,

 

ALBERT STUART,

 

RICHARD DICUS,

 

FREDERICK GODDARD,

 

EDWARD TURNER,

 

EDWIN THAYER,

 

THEODORE McCREA,

 

SCOTT FIELD BAILEY,

 

WILLIAM DAVIDSON,

 

WILLIAM PAUL BARNDS,

 

CHRISTOPHER KELLER,

 

HAROLD GOSNELL.

 

In the Year of Our Lord 1983, ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES was elected the

First Bishop of the newly-founded Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth.

Then, in the Year of Our Lord 1989, ARCHIBALD DONALD DAVIES

was appointed to be the Protestant Episcopal Bishop of the

Convocation of the American Churches in Europe.

 

 

WE HAVE THE APOSTOLIC LINE SUCCESSION  

THE SEVENTY HOLY APOSTLES AND DISCIPLES

 

The Holy Seventy Apostles

We do not know the names of all of the original Seventy, for as Saint John the Evangelist tells us, the time came when: "...many of His disciples went back, and walked with Him no more. Then said Jesus to the Twelve, Do you also want to go away?" (John 6:66-67). As the Lord's Passion approached, the number of His disciples decreased further: hardly any of the Seventy remained, and one of the Twelve betrayed HimAfter the ResurrectionMatthias was numbered with the Twelve, while the ranks of the Seventy were gradually filled with men newly converted to piety by the Twelve Apostles and by Saint Paul, who was called by heaven to preside (with Saint Peter) over the apostolic choir.

List

Hippolytus of Rome (+235) had produced an early list of the Seventy Apostles,[1][2] however it was regarded as dubious, and was put in the Appendix of his works in the voluminous collection of Early Church Fathers.[note 2] Dorotheus of Tyre (+362) traditionally is the one credited with recounting the names of the Seventy Apostles.[3] These names were also given in the Chronicon Paschale, a 7th-century Byzantine universal chronicle of the world. However there were errors in the list attributed to Saint Dorotheus, including the repetition of four names, the omission of other names, and the inclusion of some men who were Apostles at first, but later fell from the faith and the dignity of their office.

It was St. Dimitri of Rostov (+1709) who consulted the Holy Scripture, the traditions passed down by the Fathers, and the accounts of trustworthy historians in attempting to correct the mistakes and uncertainties in the list when compiling his collection of Lives of the Saints. A widely accepted canon in the Orthodox Church is thus given in "The Great Collection of the Lives of the Saints, Volume 5: January", compiled by St.Demetrius of Rostov:[4] 
 

# Apostles See Feast Day Biblical Reference Notes  
I.
James, Brother of the Lord
Bishop of Jerusalem
October 23 Matt. 13:55;
Gal. 1:18-19;
The holy Apostle Paul refers to James in the Epistle to the Galatians, saying, I went up to Jerusalem to see Peter, but other of the apostles saw I none, save James the Lord's brother. Saint James was appointed Bishop of Jerusalem by the Lord Himself. The Jews hurled him from the pinnacle of the Temple for preaching Christ. He was injured, but not killed, when he struck the pavement below, so one of the Phariseesshattered his skull with a club, finishing him.  
II.
Mark the Evangelist

(also called John)
Bishop of Alexandria
April 25;
September 27;
October 30
Acts 12:12;
1 Pet. 5:13;
Col. 4:10; Philm. 24;
Mark wrote his Gospel under the direction of Saint Peter and is mentioned by that Apostle in his First General Epistle. Peter writes, The church that is at Babylon saluteth you; and so doth Mark my son. Peter ordained Mark Bishop of Alexandria. The idolaters of that city bound him, dragged him over jagged rocks, and beat him; whereupon, the Lord appeared, summoned him to heavenly glory, and received his spirit.  
III.
Luke the Evangelist
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October 18 Col 4:14; Luke wrote his Gospel under the guidance of the holy Apostle Paul, who mentions him in the Epistle to the Colossians, saying, Luke, the beloved physician, and Demas, greet you. Saint Luke also wrote the Acts of the Apostles. After toiling greatly in Christ's service, Luke completed his labors in Thebes, a city of Boetia, where he was martyred.  
IV.
Cleopas
Bishop of Jerusalem
October 30 Luke 24:18; Younger Brother of Joseph the Betrothed. In his Gospel, Saint Luke writes that Cleopas was one of the two disciples to whom the Lord appeared on the road to Emmaus after His Resurrection. Luke was the other, although he does not mention his own name. Cleopas was subsequently slain by the Jews for preaching Christ, the murder taking place in the very house where the risen Lord was known by him in the breaking of bread.
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V.
Symeon
Bishop of Jerusalem
April 27 Matt. 13:55; Kinsman of the Lord. Saint Symeon was the second Bishop of Jerusalem, James' successor. He was crucified for the crucified Christ.  
VI.
Barnabas

(also known as Joses)
Bishop of Milan
June 11 Acts 4:36, 9:27;
1 Cor 9:6;
Gal. 2:1;
Col. 4:10;
According to the fourth chapter of the Book of Acts, this saint was surnamed Barnabas by the Apostles. He is also mentioned in the second chapter of the Epistle to the Galatians, wherein Saint Paul writes, I went up to Jerusalem with Barnabas. Laboring in the ministry of the word, he was first (with Saint Paul) to preach Christ in Rome. He became Bishop of Milan and met his end on Cyprus, his homeland, being stoned by Greeks and Jews. Saint Barnabas was buried with a copy of Saint Matthew's Gospel which he had written with his own hand.  
VII.
Justus

(also known as Joses or Joseph; or Barsabas Justus)
Bishop of Eleutheropolis
October 30 Acts 1:23;
Col. 4:11;
Joses was one of the two candidates chosen as possible replacements for the fallen Judas (the other was Matthias). Saint Paul refers to him in the Epistle to the Colossians as Jesus, which is called Justus. The teachers of the Church say that Joses was a son of Joseph the Betrothed, like James, Simon, and Judas (not Iscariot). He became Bishop of Eleutheropolis and died a martyr.
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VIII.
Thaddeus

(also called Addai; or Thaddeus of Edessa)
-
August 21
-
Thaddaeus was first a disciple of Saint John the Forerunner, then of Christ. He is not to be confused with the holy Apostle Jude (Judas Thaddaeus, also known as Lebbaeus). Thaddaeus baptized Abgar, Prince of Edessa, and cleansed him of leprosy. After laboring much in proclaiming the gospel of Christ, he reposed in the Lord in the Phoenician city of Beirut.  
IX.
Ananias
Bishop of Damascus
October 1 Acts 9:10,17; 22:12; The holy Ananias baptized Saint Paul and was Bishop of Damascus. Lucian, Governor of Eleutheropolis, had him put to death by stoning outside that city.
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X.
Stephen the Protomartyr
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December 27 Acts 6:5; The holy, glorious, all-laudable Apostle and Archdeacon Stephen the Protomartyr was an early Christian convert from among the Hellenistic Jews, one of the original seven deacons ordained by the Apostles, and the first martyr of the Orthodox Church. Saint Stephen was stoned by the Jews for preaching the Lord Jesus Christ, Whom he beheld standing in the heavens.  
XI.
Philip

(also Philip the Evangelist)
Bishop of Tralles in Asia Minor
October 11 Acts 8:6, 26-40; One of the Seven Deacons. Philip baptized Simon Magus (in Samaria) and Candace's eunuch. He became Bishop of Tralles in Asia Minor, enlightened many in the faith, and departed unto eternal life in great old age.
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XII.
Prochorus
Bishop ofNicomedia in Bithynia
July 28 Acts 6:5; One of the Seven Deacons. Prochorus was Saint John the Theologian's companion and fellow-laborer. He became the first Bishop of Nicomedia in Bithynia and suffered martyrdom while preaching Christ in Antioch.  
XIII.
Nicanor
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December 28;
July 28
Acts 6:5; One of the Seven Deacons. Saint Nicanor, with two thousand other Christians, was slain for Christ on the same day as the holy protomartyrStephen, as related in the Acts of the Apostles, which states, At that time there was a great persecution against the church which was at Jerusalem. (Acts 8:1)
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XIV.
Timon
Bishop of Bostra
December 30;
July 28
Acts 6:5; One of the Seven Deacons. Timon was Bishop of Bostra in Arabia. He suffered greatly at the hands of the Jews for preaching Christ. Cast into a fiery furnace, he emerged unharmed, then departed unto the Lord.
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XV.
Parmenas
Bishop of Soli
July 28 Acts 6:5; One of the Seven Deacons. After preaching for many years in Asia Minor, he settled down in Macedonia. Hippolytus says that Parmenas was the Bishop of Soli. He is thought to have died a martyr in Philippi, Macedonia, in the year 98 AD, during the persecution of the Christians under the Roman Emperor Trajan. Parmenas was slain before the eyes of the other apostles while preaching the gospel.
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XVI.
Timothy
Bishop of Ephesus
January 22 Acts 16:1; Timothy, the Bishop of Ephesus, helped Saint Paul spread the gospel; he is addressed as the recipient of the Epistles to Timothy.  
XVII.
Titus
Bishop of Crete
August 25 2 Cor. 2:13; Titus, the Bishop of Gortyna in Crete, also labored with Saint Paul in proclaiming the gospel; he is addressed as the recipient of the Epistle of Paul to Titus. His relics, now consisting of only his skull, are venerated in the Church of St. Titus, Heraklion, Crete to which it was returned in 1966 after being removed to Venice during the Turkish occupation.  
XVIII.
Philemon
Bishop of Gaza
November 22 Philm. 1 Philemon, the recipient of one of Saint Paul's letters, was Bishop of Gaza.
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XIX.
Onesimus
Bishop of Byzantium
February 15 Col 4:9; Philm. 1:10-16; The holy Onesimus, mentioned by Paul in his epistle to Philemon, was tortured by Tertillus, Prefect of Rome, and died in Puteoli.  
XX.
Epaphras
Bishop of Colossae
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Col. 1:7, 4:12-13; Philm. 1:23; Epaphras was Bishop of Colossae and also of the churches of Laodicea and Hierapolis. He shared Paul's captivity in Rome, whence the great Apostle wrote the Colossians, Epaphras, who is one of you, a servant of Christ, saluteth you, always labouring fervently for you in prayers, that ye may stand perfect and complete in all the will of God. For I bear him record, that he hath a great zeal of you, and them that are in Laodicea, and them in Hierapolis.
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XXI.
Archippus
Bishop of Colossae
February 19;
November 22
Col 4:17; Philm. 1:2; Archippus, like Onesimus and Epaphras, is mentioned in the Epistle to Philemon. While Saint Epaphras was being held at Rome in fetters, Archippus succeeded him as Bishop of Colossae. Archippus was tending the flock of Christ in that city when Saint Paul wrote him this reminder: Take heed to the ministry which thou hast received in the Lord, that thou fulfil it.
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XXII.
Silas
Bishop of Corinth
July 30 Acts15:22; With Saint Paul, the holy Silas preached the word of God, was flogged, and imprisoned. The Acts of the Apostles relates that Paul chose Silas and departed, confirming the churches. Silas became Bishop of Corinth and greatly labored proclaiming the gospel. After working numerous miracles, he departed to the Lord.  
XXIII.
Silvanus
Bishop of Thessalonica
July 30 1Peter 5:12;
2 Cor. 1:19-22;
Silvanus transcribed Saint Peter's First General Epistle, as the chief Apostle states: By Silvanus, a faithful brother, I have written. In his Second Epistle to the Corinthians, Saint Paul testifies that Silvanus assisted him in teaching the word of God. The Son of God, Jesus Christ,he says, was preached among you by us, even by me and Silvanus. As Bishop of Thessalonica, Silvanus suffered much for the faith, then departed to Christ, the Ruler of the contest.
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XXIV.
Crescens
Bishop of Galatia
July 30 2 Tim. 4:10; Saint Crescens is mentioned by Paul in his Second Epistle to Timothy. "Crescens," he says, "I sent to preach in Galatia." After serving as bishop in Galatia, he proclaimed Christ in Gaul and appointed his disciple Zacharias Bishop of Vienne. Returning to Galatia, he was martyred during Trajan's reign.
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XXV.
Crispus
Bishop of Aegina
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Acts 18:8;
1 Cor. 1:14;
According to the Acts of the ApostlesCrispus, the chief ruler of the synagogue, believed on the Lord with all his house. This Crispus is the same as the one referred to by Saint Paul in the First Epistle to the Corinthians. I baptized Crispus, writes the great Apostle. Crispus became Bishop of Aegina, an island near the Peloponnesus.
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XXVI.
Epaenetus
Bishop of Carthage
July 30 Rom. 16:5; Saint Epaenetus, Bishop of Carthage, is mentioned by Saint Paul in the Epistle to the Romans, in which he writes, Salute my well beloved Epaenetus, who is the first fruits of Achaia unto Christ.
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XXVII.
Andronicus
Bishop of Pannonia
May 17;
July 30
Rom. 16:7; Andronicus, eminent among the Apostles, believed in Christ before Paul and was Bishop of Pannonia.
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XXVIII.
Stachys
Bishop of Byzantium
October 31 Rom. 16:9; Saint Stachys is also mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans, in which Paul writes, Salute Stachys my beloved. Stachys was appointed first Bishop of Byzantium by the Apostle Andrew the First-called. His church was located in Argyropolis.
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XXIX.
Amplias
Bishop of Diospolis
(Lydda of Odyssopolis)
October 31 Rom. 16:8; Amplias preached Christ in Diospolis and became bishop of that city. He was put to death in Odessos by the pagans.
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XXX.
Urban
Bishop of Macedonia
October 31 Rom. 16:9; This saint is mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans, in which Paul writes, Salute Urbanus, our helper in Christ. Urbanus was bishop in Macedonia and died a martyr.
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XXXI.
Narcissus
Bishop of Athens
October 31 Rom. 16:11; Saint Paul remembers Narcissus as well in the Epistle to the Romans. Greet them that be of the household of Narcissus, which are in the Lord, he says. Narcissus was Bishop of Athens.
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XXXII.
Apelles
Bishop ofHeraclea
October 31 Rom. 16:10; Paul remembers Apelles as well in the Epistle to the Romans, saying, Salute Apelles approved in Christ. Apelles was Bishop of Heracleia.
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XXXIII.
Aristobulus
Bishop of Britain
March 16;
October 31
Rom. 16:10; Saint Aristobulus is also mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans, where Paul writes, Salute them which are of Aristobulus' household.Aristobulus served as bishop in Britain where he labored greatly and suffered martyrdom.  
XXXIV.
Herodian

(also Rodion)
Bishop of Neopatras
April 8;
November 10
Rom. 16:11 In the Epistle to the Romans, Saint Paul writes, Salute Herodian my kinsman. Herodian was Bishop of Patras.
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XXXV.
Agabus
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April 8 Acts 11:27-28; Saint Agabus possessed the gift of prophecy. In the Acts of the Apostles it is written that there came down from Judea a certain prophet, named Agabus. And when he was come unto us, he took Paul's girdle, and bound his own hands and feet, and said, Thus saith the Holy Spirit, So shall the Jews at Jerusalem bind the man that owneth this girdle, and shall deliver him into the hands of the Gentiles.
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XXXVI.
Rufus
Bishop of Thebes
April 8 Mark 15:21;
Rom. 16:13
Saint Rufus was Bishop of Thebes in Greece. He is mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans by Saint Paul, who writes, Salute Rufus chosen in the Lord.
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XXXVII.
Asyncritus
Bishop of Hyrcania
April 8 Rom. 16:14; Saint Asyncritus served as Bishop of Hyracania in Asia and is also mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans.
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XXXVIII.
Phlegon
Bishop of Marathon
April 8 Rom. 16:14; Saint Phlegon is mentioned in the Epistle to the Romans as well. He was Bishop of Marathon, a town in Thrace.
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XXXIX.
Hermas
Bishop of Philippopolis
May 31;
November 5
Rom. 16:14; Saint Hermas, mentioned in the same epistle, was Bishop of Philippopolis. The Shepherd of Hermas is also traditionally ascribed to him.
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XL.
Patrobas
Bishop of Neapolis (Naples) and Puteoli
November 5 Rom. 16:14; Saint Patrobas, also referred to in the Epistle to the Romans, was Bishop of Naples and Puteoli.
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XLI.
Hermes
Bishop of Dalmatia
April 8 Rom. 16:14; Paul mentions Hermes, who was a bishop in Dalmatia, with the four preceding saints in this passage from his letter to the Romans: "Salute Asyncritus, Phlegon, Hermas, Patrobas, and Hermes."
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XLII.
Linus
Bishop of Rome
November 5 2 Tim. 4:21; Linus was the Bishop of Rome, and was a disciple of St. Paul.
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XLIII.
Gaius
Bishop of Ephesus
November 5 Rom. 16:23;
1 Cor. 1:14;
Acts 19:29;
Acts 20:4
Saint Gaius was Timothy's successor as Bishop of Ephesus. The following passage referring to him is found in the Epistle to the Romans:Gaius mine host, and of the whole church, saluteth you.
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XLIV.
Philologos
Bishop of Sinope
November 5 Rom. 16:15; Philologus is mentioned in the same letter by Paul, who says, Salute Philologus. This saint was appointed Bishop of Sinope by the Apostle Andrew.
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XLV.
Lucius

(Lucius of Cyrene)
Bishop of Laodicea in Syria
September 10 Acts 13:1; Lucius of Cyrene was, according to the Book of Acts, one of the founders of the Christian Church in Antioch, then part of Roman Syria.
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XLVI.
Jason
Bishop of Tarsus
April 28;
April 29
Acts 17:5-9; Born in Tarsus, he was appointed Bishop of Tarsus by the Apostle Paul. With the Apostle Sosipater he traveled to the island of Corfu where they built a church in honor of the Apostle Stephen the Protomartyr and converted many pagans to the Christian faith.  
XLVII.
Sosipater
Bishop of Iconium
April 28;
April 29
Rom. 16:21; Born in Achaea, he was Bishop in Iconium (prior to the Apostle Tertius) by his relative the Apostle Paul. With the Apostle Jason he traveled to the island of Corfu where they built a church in honor of the Apostle Stephen the Protomartyr and converted many pagans to the Christian faith.  
XLVIII.
Olympas
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November 10 Rom. 16:15; Olympas was present at the holy Apostle Peter's crucifixion and was subsequently executed with the Apostle Herodion by Nero, as Symeon Metaphrastes writes in his account for June 29, the day on which Saints Peter and Paul are commemorated.
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XLIX.
Tertius
Bishop of Iconium
October 30;
November 10
Rom. 16:22; Saint Tertius transcribed the Epistle to the Romans for Saint Paul, adding this note: I Tertius, who wrote this epistle, salute you in the Lord.Tertius was Sosipater's successor as Bishop of Iconium, where he received the crown of martyrdom.
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L.
Erastus
Bishop of Paneas
November 10 Acts 19:22;
Rom. 16:23;
2 Tim. 4:20;
Erastus served as a deacon and steward of the Church at Jerusalem and later of Paneas in Palestine.
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LI.
Quartus
Bishop of Berytus
November 10 Rom16:23; Saint Quartus was Bishop of Beirut and is mentioned with Erastus by Saint Paul in the Epistle to the Romans: Erastus the chamberlain of the city saluteth you, and Quartus a brother.
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LII.
Evodus

(also Euodios of Antioch)
Bishop of Antioch
September 7 Phil. 4:2; Saint Evodus was Bishop of Antioch after the Apostle Peter. Saint Ignatius the God-bearer mentions him in his Epistle to the Antiochians, saying, "Remember the blessed Evodus, your father, who was confirmed as your first pastor by the apostles."
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LIII.
Onesiphorus
Bishop of Colophon and Cyrene
September 7;
December 8
2 Tim. 1:16; Saint Paul refers to Onesiphorus in his Second Epistle to Timothy: The Lord give mercy unto the house of Onesiphorus; for he oft refreshed me, and was not ashamed of my chains. Onesiphorus was Bishop of Colophon and Cyrene.
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LIV.
Clement
Bishop of Sardis
April 22;
September 10
Phil. 4:3; Not to be confused with Clement of Rome.
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LV.
Sosthenes
Bishop of Colophon
December 8;
March 30
1 Cor. 1:1; Acts 18:17; Saint Sosthenes was leader of the synagogue of Corinth after Saint Crispus. In the Acts of the Apostles it says that the Greeks took Sosthenes, chief ruler of the synagogue, and beat him before the judgment seat. Sosthenes was converted by Saint Paul, who opens his First Epistle to the Corinthians with these words: Paul, called to be an apostle of Jesus Christ through the will of God, and Sosthenes our brother, to the church of God which is at Corinth. Later, Sosthenes became Bishop of Colophon.
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LVI.
Apollo
Bishop of Corinth[note 3]
December 8;
March 30
Acts 18:24;
Acts 19:1;
1 Cor. 1:12;
3:4-6;
4:6;
16:12;
Titus 3:13;
It is written in the Acts of the Apostles that a certain Jew named Apollos, born at Alexandria, an eloquent man, and mighty in the Scriptures, came to Ephesus. This man was instructed in the way of the Lord; and being fervent in the spirit, he spake and taught diligently the things of the Lord. Paul mentions Apollos in the First Epistle to the Corinthians. I have planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the increase, he says.
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LVII.
Tychicus
Bishop of Colophon
December 8 Acts 20:4;
Eph. 6:21;
Col. 4:7;
Saint Tychicus' name appears in the Acts of the Apostles, and in Saint Paul's letters to the Colossians and the Ephesians. In the Epistle to the Ephesians the great Apostle writes: That ye also may know mine affairs, and how I do, Tychicus, a beloved brother and faithful minister in the Lord, shall make known to you all things: whom I have sent unto you for the same purpose, that ye might know our affairs, and that he might comfort your hearts. Saint Paul also says in the Second Epistle to Timothy, Tychicus have I sent to Ephesus. Tychicus was Sosthenes' successor as Bishop of Colophon.
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LVIII.
Epaphroditus
Bishop of Andriaca
March 30;
December 8
Phil. 2:25-30, 4:18; Saint Epaphroditus, Bishop of Hadriacus, is mentioned in the Epistle to the Philippians by Saint Paul, who writes, I supposed it necessary to send to you Epaphroditus, my brother, and companion in labour, but your apostle, and he that ministered to my wants.
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LIX.
Carpus
Bishop of Beroea
May 26 2 Tim. 4:13; In his Second Epistle to Timothy, Saint Paul requests, The phelonion that I left at Troas with Carpus, when thou comest, bring with thee, and the books. Carpus was Bishop of Berroia in Macedonia.
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LX.
Quadratus
Bishop of Athens
September 21
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Quadratus preached the word of the Lord in Athens and Magnesia, and was bishop of both cities. The Athenians put him to death during the reign of Hadrian.  
LXI.
Mark

(commonly considered identical to Mark the Evangelist)
Bishop of Byblos
September 27 Acts 12:25;
Acts 15:37-41;
This Apostle, whose shadow healed the sick, was Bishop of Byblos in Phoenicia.
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LXII.
Zenas
Bishop of Diospolis
September 27 Titus 3:13; Zenas, a teacher of the Law of Moses, was Bishop of Diospolis. In his Epistle to Titus, Saint Paul writes, Bring Zenas the lawyer diligently.
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LXIII.
Aristarchus
Bishop of Apamea in Syria
April 15;
September 27
Acts 19:29;
Acts 20:4;
Acts 27:2;
Col. 4:10;
Philm. 1:24;
Saint Aristarchus, Bishop of Apamea in Syria, is mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles and in Saint Paul's letters to the Colossians and to Philemon.
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LXIV.
Pudens
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April 15 2 Tim. 4:21; In his Second Epistle to Timothy, Saint Paul conveys greetings from Pudens. A pious Roman senator, Pudens lodged the holy apostles Peter and Paul (with many other Christians) in his home. Puden's house became known as "The Shepherd's Church." It is said that Saint Peter presided over divine services there.
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LXV.
Trophimus
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April 15 2 Tim. 4:20; Saint Trophimus is mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles and in the Second Epistle to Timothy, in which Saint Paul states that he leftTrophimus at Miletum sick. Pudens, Aristarchus, and Trophimus followed Paul and witnessed his sufferings. Then, following the great Apostle's execution, they too were beheaded by Nero in Rome.
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LXVI.
Mark

(cousin to Barnabas)
Bishop of Apollonia
October 30 Col. 4:10; Saint Mark, Bishop of Apolliana, was Barnabas' nephew. He and Aristarchus are mentioned by Saint Paul in the following passage from the Epistle to the Colossians: Aristarchus my fellow-prisoner saluteth you, and Marcus, sister's son to Barnabas.
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LXVII.
Artemas
Bishop of Lystra
October 30 Titus 3:12 In the Epistle to Titus, Saint Paul writes, I shall send Artemas unto thee. Artemas was Bishop of Lystra.
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LXVIII.
Aquila
Bishop of Heraclea
July 14 Acts 18:2;
Rom. 16:3;
1 Cor. 16:19;
2 Tim. 4:19;
Saint Aquila is mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles and by Paul. He was Bishop of Heraclea, preached the word of God in Asia Minor and Achaia, and was killed by unbelievers.
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LXIX.
Fortunatus
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June 15 1 Cor. 16:17; Fortunatus is mentioned by Saint Paul in his First Epistle to the Corinthians. After laboring greatly in preaching the word of God, he reposed in the Lord.
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LXX.
Achaicus
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June 15 1 Cor. 16:17; Saint Paul refers to Achaicus and Fortunatus in the same passage, saying, I am glad of the coming of Fortunatus and Achaicus: for that which was lacking on your part they have supplied. For they have refreshed my spirit, and yours.
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Two additional apostles are sometimes numbered with the Seventy, bringing the total to seventy-two, the number mentioned in the variant reading of the Gospel, according to which the Lord appeared unto the other seventy-two.

 
LXXI.
Dionysius the Areopagite
Bishop of Athens
October 3 Acts 17:34; Saint Dionysius appears in the Acts of the Apostles, was Bishop of Athens, and later proclaimed Christ in Gaul where he was beheaded. Eusebius, Bishop of Caesarea of Palestine, explains that "Dionysius the Areopagite, converted by Paul's preaching in Athens (according to Luke's testimony in the Acts of the Apostles), became a member of the apostolic choir."

 

 

 

 

 

LXXII.
Simeon Niger
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Acts 13:1; This saint is also mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles by Luke, who writes, Now there were in the church that was at Antioch, certain prophets and teachers; as Barnabas, and Simeon, that was called Niger. We are assured by Saint Epiphanias that this Simeon was an apostle. The great hierarch of Cyprus writes, "Mark, Luke, Justus, Barnabas, Apelles, Rufus, and Niger are all among the seventy-two apostles."
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THE SEVENTY HOLY APOSTLES AND DISCIPLES

 

 

This is related by Bishop (the seventieth) Dorotheus of Tyre who was one of the seventy and also a pious martyr in the reign of Emperors Licinius and Constantine. He wrote on various subjects in Greek and Latin and after the deaths of Diocletian and Licinius, Julian "the torturer" came to power and killed christians secretly to avoid public censure. Dorotheus journeyed to the city of Odessus where he was seized on Julian’s orders and after suffering torture, but still confessing Christ, he died as a martyr in his advanced age. He speaks of "seventy apostles and disciples of Christ" who were bishops and who St. Paul mentions by salutations in his epistles. After the Resurrection he found all of the names and thus recorded them for posterity. (quote)

 

1.

JACOB, brother of the Lord, first bishop of Jerusalem, who was ordained by the Lord Himself, whose head was crushed by a whiffletree and he died.

 

2.

CLEOPAS, was the second bishop of Jerusalem like Simeon, brother of the Lord; he saw the Lord after the resurrection, and died crucified by Emperor Dometian. 

 

3.

THADDEUS, who carried the letter to Avgar in Edessa: he cured the latter of his illness.

 

4.

ANANIAS, who baptized the holy Apostle Paul, was bishop of Damascus. 

 

5.

STEPHEN, the first martyr, died after being stoned by the Jews.

 

6.

PHILIP, one of the seven [deacons], who baptized Simon the sorcerer and Canalace’s eunuch, was bishop of Asian Tralia. 

 

7.

PROCHORUS, also one of the seven, was bishop of Bithynian Nicomedia. 

 

8. NICANOR ,

one of the seven, died on the same day as Saint Stephen , together with two thousand believers in Christ. 

 

9.

TIMON, one of the seven, was bishop of the island of Arbia, and died after being burned by the Hellenes. 

 

10.

PARMENAS, also one of the seven, died in front of the apostles’ eyes while he was serving. 

 

11. NICOLAS ,

also one of the seven, was bishop of Samaria; but he deviated from the true faith together with Simon. 

 

13.

BARNABAS, who served the Word together with Paul, and preached Christ in peace, was bishop of Milan. 

 

14.

MARK, the Evangelist was ordained bishop of Alexandria by the Apostle Peter. 

 

15.

SILAS, who preached the Gospel together with Paul, was bishop of Corinth. 

 

16.

LUKE, who preached the Gospel all over the world together with Paul, was bishop of Salonika. Luke the Evangelist came from Syrian Antioch, and went to Macedonian Thebes as a doctor during the reign of Emperor Trajan. He first wrote the holy Gospel to a certain ruler Theophilus, who believed in Christ. Then, many years after the passion of our Lord, and the holy Apostle Peter having commanded him to narrate the acts of the holy apostles, Saint Luke narrated the acts of the holy apostles to the same TheophiIus, And having done this, he gave up his soul to God in peace; and thus he died in Thebes. His holy relics were translated from Thebes to the church of the Holy Apostles, and were layed under the altar table. 

 

17.

SILVANUS, who preached the Gospel together with bishop of Salonika. 

 

18.

CRISPUS, whom the apostle (Paul) mentions in his epistle to Timothy, was bishop of Galilean Chalcedon. 

 

19.

EPENETUS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle Romans, was bishop of Carthage.

 

20.

ANDRONICUS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Pannonia. 

 

21.

AMPLIAS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans. was bishop of Odissa. 


22.

URBAN, whom the apostle mentions in the epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Macedonia. 

 

23.

STACHYS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans; when Andrew the apostle, traversing the sea of Hellespont, reached Agricopolis, he ordained Stachys as bishop of Byzantium. 

 

24.

APELLES, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Heraklion. 

 

25. PHYGELLUS, 

was bishop of Ephesus; later he converted to Simon’s teaching. 

 

26.

HERMOGENES, was bishop of Thracian Megara. 

 

27.

DEMAS, whom the apostle mentions in his second epistle to Timothy, opposed the teaching of God just as Phygellus and Hermogenes did; Demas loved this present world and in Salonika was a priest of the idols; he was one of whom the apostle John writes: they came from us, but were not one of us. APOLLOS, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Smyrna before Saint Polycarpus. 

 

28.

ARISTOBULUS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Britannia. 

 

29. NARCISSUS,

whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Athens. 

 

30.

HERODION, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Patfas. 

 

31.

AGABUS, who is mentioned in the acts of the apostles, who received the gift of prophecy.

 

32.

RUFUS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Thebes.

 

33.

ASYNCRITUS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Hyrcania. 

 

34.

PHLEGON, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Colossians, was bishop of Marathon. 

 

35. HERMAS,

whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Dalmatia. 

 

36.

PATROBAS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Pottole. 

 

37.

HERMES, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Philipopolis. 

 

38.

LINUS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Rome after the holy apostle Peter. 

 

39. GAIUS,

whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Ephesus after the apostle Timotheus. 

 

40.

PHILOGOGUS, whom the apostle [Paul] mentions, was ordained bishop of Sinope by Andrew the apostle. 

 

41.

RODION, whom the apostle mentions, was beheaded by Nero in Rome, together with the holy apostle Peter. 

 

42.

LUCIUS, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Syrian Laodicea. 

 

43.

JASON, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Tarsis. 

 

44.

SOSIPATER, whom the apostle mentions in his epistle to the Romans, was bishop of Iconium. 

 

45.

TERTIUS, who wrote the epistle to the Romans, was the second bishop of Iconium. 

 

46.

ERASTUS, whom the apostle mentions, was chamberlain of the church in Jerusalem; later he was bishop of Paneas. 

 

47.

APOLLOS, whom the apostle mentions to the Corinthians, was bishop of Caesarea.

 

48.

CEPHAS, was bishop of Iconium. 

 

49.

SOSTHENES, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Colophon. 

 

50.

TYCHICUS, whom the apostle mentions, was also bishop of Colophon. 

 

51.

EPAPHRAS, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Andriaca. 

 

52.

CAESAR, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop in Dyrrhachium.

 

53.

MARK, the nephew of Barnabas, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Apollonias. 

 

54.

JESUS, called Justus, whom the apostle mentions in the Acts, was bishop of Eleutheropolis.

 

55.

ARTEMUS, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Lystra. 

 

56.

CLEMENT, whom the apostle mentions, saying: “and with Clement, and with my other fellowworkers,” was bishop of Sardice. 

 

57.

ONESIPHORUS, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Cyrene. 

 

58.

TYCHICUS, whom the apostle mentions, was the first bishop of Bithynian Chalcedon. 

 

59.

QUARTUS, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Berytus. 

 

60.

CARPUS, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Thracian Berrhoe. 

 

61.

EUODIUS, was bishop of Antioch after Saint Peter. 

 

62.

ARISTARCHUS, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Syrian Apamea. 

 

63.

MARK, called John, who is mentioned by Luke in the Acts, was bishop of Byblos. 

 

64.

ZENAS the lawyer, whom the apostle mentions, was bishop of Giospolis. 

 

65.

PHILEMON, to whom the apostle Paul wrote an epistle, was bishop of Gaza. 

 

66.

Another ARISTARCHUS, 

 

67.

PUDENS, 

 

68.

TROPHIMUS, these three suffered together with the apostle Paul through all his persecutions; in the end they were beheaded in Rome by Emperor Nero. 

 

69.

ONESIMUS, died in Potiole at the hands of the Roman ruler Tertillus. (end quote). 

Oftentimes when the term "Apostle" is mentioned in the early fathers, it refers not only to the original 12 but also to these additional unless clearly set out by the authors. 

 

We try to distinguish between the original "Twelve Apostles" and those "like unto the apostles" because early in church history "errors" were experienced. Such a one is Simon Magus and his followers who is mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as attempting to buy the ability to give the Holy Spirit to those upon whom he should decide to lay hands. But as we can see he had followers who were also bishops with the power to ordain. 

 

In living the "true apostolic faith" we need to know which are counterfeit beliefs and how they came to the fore. In John's Revelation this is the "iniquity which already doth work".

 

 

LEONARDO MARIN-SAAVEDRA ANCIENT HISTORY

 

This is a medical scientific study conducted of the Archbishop Leonardo (ancient history) by: United States AncestryDNA European: 48%. DNA America: (Native American -The First Nation-) 37% and

DNA African: 13%The Most Reverend Leonardo Marin-Saavedra was born in Puerto Nare, Antioquia, Republic of Colombia (South America) on December 17, 1955 at 1.00 p.m. His Excellency bautizep in same city on January 8, 1956 at 9.00 a.m. (the Roman Catholic Church Parish) by the Rev Priest Carlos Arturo Duque-Ramirez (This man of God died on 22 August, 1963 in Medellin city, Antioquia, Colombia).His Excellency Leonardo was register after born in Floridablanca city, Santander, Colombia on January 28, 1956 at 2.00 p.m. In 1965 his family sent him to study in the city of Bogota, Republic Of Colombia where he lived until 1996. His beatitude is the son of Francisco Antonio Marin-Aguilar and the Mrs Zoraida Saavedra-D'Silva (Their skins were married by the Roman Catholic Rite in Colombia, South America in 1948). 

 

 

Between 1997 to 2000, his Excellency lived in Giron city, Santander, Republic of Colombia as Anglican Missionary Priest and Provincial Superior of the Anglican Missionaries Priest of Saint Lawrence and member of The Anglican Traditional Church of Colombia under the Pastoral Coordination of The Most Rev Guillermo Antonio Pacheco-Bornacelli (This man of God still living, and after 2005 his Excellency Guillermo is member of The Apostolic Catholic Brazilian Church and Primate Archbishop of the Colombian National Catholic Church) and The Very Reverend Juan Angel Caceres-Angel (This man of God died in 2001 in Cucuta city, Norte de Santander, Colombia). The Most Rev Leonardo Marin-Saavedra moved to United States and Canada in 2000 and in 2003 was consecrate Bishop in Huntington Beach, California, United States and Elevated Archbishop in 2005 in Montreal city, Quebec, Canada. Hi is a Canadian citizen. Father name: Francisco Antonio Marin-Aguilar. Mother Name: Zoraida Saavedra-D'Silva (immigrants people to American Continent in 1750, from Europa -(Spain, Portugal and Italy)-, Lebano, Syria, Dubai city, Saudi Arabia and Sudan (Africa). Appear in the list of relatives carrying the same blood (DNA) Archbishop Leonardo: Monsignor Jorge Ardila Serrano - (Auxiliary Bishop of Archbishop of Bogota and the city of Girardot, Colombia); His Excellency Archbishop Ivan Antonio Marin-Lopez (Archbishop of Popayan, Colombia); The Jesuit Priest Gonzalo Supelano-Saavedra, Monsignor Alfonso Maria Pinilla-Cote and the Diocesan Priest Indalecio Camacho-Amaya and Pedro León Camacho-Amaya.

 

 

This is a medical scientific study conducted of the Archbishop Leonardo (ancient history) by: United States AncestryDNA European 48%DNA America (Native American -The First Nation)-): 37% and

DNA African 13%.

 

 

Before the episcopal consecration of the Rev Leonardo Marin-Saavedra, the Reverend EMILE FEDERICO RODRIGUEZ Y FAIRFIELD (Mexican United States citizen - died in 2005), in private ceremony on December 7, 2002 (East Area), in Los Angeles, California, United States (E.E. U.U.), his Excellency Rodriguez y Fairfield, blessed inside holy mass in Jesus Christ under Church of God of the Bishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra anointing Holy Oil and transmitted the Apostolic Succession in faith of THE MEXICAN NATIONAL CATHOLIC CHURCH. Similarly the Archbishop Miguel de Soto (Mexican United States citizen - died in 2007) of The Orthodox Catholic Church Antioch Rite in the Saint Michael Mission (Sunset and Alvarado) los Angeles, California, United States (December 17, 2002), his Excellency blessed (in public ceremony) inside Holy Mass with Holy Oil of the Rev Leonardo Marin-Saavedra aired in succession from THE ORTOHODOX CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ANTIOCH RITE that his Excellency Miguel de Soto held in his episcopate.

Archbishop Paul Christian Gerald William Schultz

Archbishop Paul Christian Gerald William Schultz (1931-95) was a member of the San Luigi Orders, being admitted by Prince-Abbot Edmond II on 3 July 1976 in a ceremony in Hollywood, and was the author of “A Brief History of the San Luigi Orders” (1977). He was a bishop of the Mexican National Catholic Church, the Old Roman Catholic Church, the Apostolic Episcopal Church and the Philippine Independent Catholic Church. Paul Schultz was born in Decatur, Indiana, on 10 April 1931. His father, Paul Christian William Adolph Schultz (1900-75) was pastor of Zion Lutheran Church in Decatur for many years, later working with the Division of Gifts and Endowments at Valparaiso University. Schultz graduated from Glendale College, California, in 1950, and then studied for the ministry first at Concordia Theological Seminary, Springfield, Illinois, and then at Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary. On 30 January 1952 he was ordained priest by Grant Timothy Billet, co-founder and primate of the Old Catholic Church in North America. This action was the cause of a long-term rift between Schultz and his father, and after a short time, Schultz resumed his studies, this time at the University of Heidelberg, where he earned a diploma in basic science and public health. Returning to California, he was appointed as a professor at Los Angeles City College. At this time he came to befriend Prince-Abbot Edmond I. However, he had not altogether abandoned his plans for ministry, and alongside his teaching continued his seminary studies, eventually graduating from California Graduate School of Theology in 1974. He would continue his teaching career, his final appointment being as Professor Emeritus at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic, Whittier (now part of Southern California University of Health Sciences), and was noted as a popular lecturer.

As of 1974, Schultz was a lay member of the First Lutheran Church in Glendale, California. His graduation from seminary that year meant that he finally felt able to fulfil his ministerial vocation. He had also healed the breach with his father and received a Lutheran ordination and consecration from him in October and December 1974, the form of such being to the office of Superintendent and Visitor for the Power of Minister. In consequence, Schultz junior established the Collegiate and German Lutheran Church of the Buffalo Synod Tradition of the Old Lutheran Church. This small group later merged with that of Jürgen Bless, who would himself receive episcopal consecration from Schultz in 1986. The nature of Schultz’s work changed rapidly during the mid-1970s from that of pastor of a small Lutheran community to a much wider ecumenical Catholic mission. The major factor in this was the considerable development of Free Catholicism in California at that time, leading to a number of jurisdictions being based there which represented different Catholic and Orthodox heritages. Schultz was seen as a reliable and trustworthy figure, personally orthodox and of stable life, who was in a good position to build bridges between small jurisdictions whose primates were at times at odds with each other, and who could undertake missions involving contact with the larger churches with credibility.

Key to this expansion was Schultz’s role as Prelate and Rector Provincial of New York in the Order of Corporate Reunion (also known as the Order of Christian Renewal). This position came about as a result of the decision of Archbishop Wallace David de Ortega Maxey (1902-92) of Glendale, California, to come out of retirement in 1976 and resume his previous episcopal offices as worldwide Primate of the Apostolic Episcopal Church, Patriarch of Malaga in the Catholicate of the West, President of the Ancient Christian Fellowship and Prelate and Rector Provincial of New York in the Order of Corporate Reunion. During 1976-77, Archbishop Maxey transferred most of his offices to Archbishop Robert Ronald Ramm (also a member of the San Luigi Orders), and Ramm in turn consecrated Schultz Apostolically and installed him for the OCR on 17 October 1976. The OCR had been founded in 1874 as an initiative of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Milan in order to provide the Church of England with a source of valid Holy Orders, these orders being conveyed by means of additional commissioning through conditional episcopal consecration. During the twentieth-century, its activities – which were always somewhat clandestine – expanded to encompass a wider mission of Christian reunion among the smaller churches. Through accepting and bestowing such additional commissioning, which was not concerned with the validity of the Episcopate but instead with the ability to work ecumenically in different contexts, Schultz came to hold episcopal office in several of the Free Catholic jurisdictions simultaneously. On 18 May 1975, he had received consecration as a Catholic bishop from Prince-Abbot Edmond II of San Luigi and the then-Vice Chancellor of the San Luigi Orders for the United States, Archbishop Frederick Charles King (of the Old Roman Catholic Church of Hollywood, California, and the American Orthodox Catholic Church, whose erstwhile primate, Homer Ferdinand Roebke, had also consecrated Schultz two months before his death in 1975). Archbishop King had himself been consecrated by Prince-Abbot Edmond II on 24 November 1964. This confirmed Schultz’s role within the San Luigi Orders as a custodian of their direct Apostolic Succession from the Syrian Orthodox Church. Prince-Abbot Edmond II was to write on 20 January 1977 that Schultz’s “A Brief History of the San Luigi Orders” would soon be off the press, and that this publication had coincided with an upsurge in activity in the American Grand Priory: the forthcoming investiture on 28 January would honour “the widow of a well-known Governor; the Mayor of Los Angeles for 16 years; the editor of a ‘Who’s Who’ publication; the director of music for a major studio; the head of education for the State of Washington; a much loved local TV star who has done much for children with learning disabilities; the leading black attorney in the western part of the country who has done much for youth of all races; and one of the southland’s most famous doctors.”

Schultz’s wife, who was Spanish, brought him into closer contact with the Hispanic community in California. Inevitably, his association with San Luigi led to a connexion from 1976 onwards with Archbishop Emile Federico Rodriguez y Fairfield (q.v.) of the Mexican National Catholic Church and the Old Roman Catholic Church of Great Britain under Archbishop Gerard George Shelley. The Archbishop Emile Federico Rodriguez y Fairfield consecrated Schultz on 20 March 1977 for the ORCCGB at a time when Archbishop Shelley was largely inactive due to advanced age and much of the ministerial burden had devolved upon Archbishop Emile Federico Rodriguez y Fairfield, who would eventually succeed Shelley as Primate. Rodriguez assigned Schultz to administer the See of Caer-Glow and to pastor the MNCC’s California congregation of St Augustine of the Mystical Body of Christ. On 20 May 1978, Schultz received a further conditional consecration from another member of the San Luigi Orders, Archbishop Edgar Ramon Verostek (1909-94) of the North American Old Roman Catholic Church – Utrecht Succession, another of the Carfora-succession churches. On December 2, 1985, the Archbishop Paul Christian Gerald William Schultz was consecrate sub-conditione The Archbishop Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa in Los angeles, California, United States and in Huntington Beach city, California The Archbishop Jorge Rodriguez-Villa was consecrate on June 15, 2003 the Archbishop Leonardo Marin-Saavedra (Primate of The Old Anglo Catholic Church). BEFORE THE EPISCOPAL CONSECRATION ARCHBISHOP EMILE FEDERICO RODRIGUEZ Y FAIRFIELD IN PRIVATE CEREMONY ON DECEMBER 7, 2002 (LOS ANGELES EAST AREA), IN LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, EE. UU., HIS EXCELLENCY RODRIGUEZ Y FAIRFIELD BLESSED  ARCHBISHOP LEONARDO MARIN-SAAVEDRA ANOINTING OIL  AND UNDER THE APOSTOLIC SUCCESSION OF THE MEXICAN NATIONAL CATHOLIC CHURCHOn 5 July 1981, Schultz suffered a serious heart attack, to be followed by two more within the ensuing three years. This caused a revision of his responsibilities, and in 1984, having been confronted with irrefutable evidence of Prince-Abbot Edmond II’s mental illness, he ended his work with him, continuing, however, his association with Archbishop Emile Federico Rodriguez y Fairfield.

At this time, he became involved with Archbishop Bertil Persson of Sweden in efforts to unite the various jurisdictions of the Apostolic Episcopal Church. This ecumenical communion, which had its origins in a 1925 commission by the Exarch of the Chaldean Catholic Church in the United States, had divided into its separate provinces after the death of its founder in 1948; this had led to rival claims to succeed him with the heads of each of the provinces of the church asserting that they were the true primate. During the 1970s, co-operation was again established between the Scandinavian Province and the Province of the East, United States, and in the 1980s negotiations with Archbishops Ramm and Maxey of the remaining extant Province, the Province of the West, United States (also called the Apostolic Episcopal Catholic Church) likewise bore fruit. This meant that the divided church could once more be united, and accordingly Persson was installed and consecrated as worldwide Primate of the AEC by Maxey, Ramm, Schultz, Rodriguez and other bishops on 7 November 1986 (ratified by a further instrument of 11 June 1988). Schultz was consequently appointed as AEC Provincial of the West from 7 November 1986 onwards. Schultz had noted the historic parallels between the creation of the Mexican National Catholic Church and the Philippine Independent Catholic Church (Iglesia Filipina Independiente) (a member church of the Union of Utrecht of the Old Catholic Churches and of the Anglican Communion). He began a correspondence with the PICC and this in due course led to a historic meeting in Glendale, California, on 15 June 1988, when an intercommunion agreement was signed between the Apostolic Episcopal Church (represented by Archbishop-Primate Persson) and the Philippine Independent Catholic Church (represented by Archbishop Francisco de Jesus Pagtakhan (1916-2008), PICC Archbishop Secretary for Missions, Ecumenical Relations and Foreign Affairs). This event was achieved despite the strong opposition of some elements of the PICC and their Anglican intercommunion partners, who had protested at Pagtakhan’s earlier consecrations for the Continuing Anglican movement and split the church into opposing factions. Nevertheless, this was to be the first official concordat to be achieved between an Anglican Communion and Utrecht Union member church and a Free Catholic communion. Schultz was conditionally consecrated on the same day by Pagtakhan (this was the first occasion when he had been consecrated by three bishops simultaneously, which is a requirement for validity among the Anglicans) and on 24 July 1988 was installed as Bishop of Los Angeles for the PICC.

On 14 March 1987, Schultz received conditional consecration from our present Grand Prior of the United States for the San Luigi Orders, Archbishop Peter Paul Brennan (who in 2005 would succeed Archbishop Persson as Universal Primate of the Order of Corporate Reunion) and on the following day Schultz bestowed conditional consecration on Archbishop Brennan in return. The photograph at the top of the page was taken in 1989 when Schultz assisted Archbishop Persson in consecrating the late Karl Barwin as Metropolitan of the Evangelical Catholic Church. Schultz died unexpectedly on 13 September 1995 leaving a widow and three children. His successor as OCR Rector Pro-Provincial of New York would be Archbishop Francis C. Spataro, who in 1998 would succeed Archbishop Persson as Primate of the AEC.

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The Rev Deacon 

Hernando Corrales-Murcia

 

II Assistant

Primate Archbishop

Email

 

The Rev Deacon 

Alvaro G. Hernandez

 

III Assistant

Primate Archbishop

Email

 

The Rev Deacon 

Edgar Trujillo-Bernal

 

IV Assistant

Primate Archbishop

Email

 

The Rev Deacon

Thomas Cortes-Vega

 

V Assistant

Primate Archbishop

Email

 

The Rt Rev

Jose Margarito

Alberto-Jimenez

 

Mexico 

IAL Mex President

Email

 

The Very Rev

Eduardo Cagical-Velayos

 

Iberia - IAL Representative

Email

 

 

 

 AFRICA TERRITORY


Kenya North Missions

 

The Anglican Archdiocese

Of Saint Stephen
 

The Resurrection of Christ

(The Pro-Cathedral)

 

 

 

2017 TOUR TO AFRICA

 

1st October 2017

to

November 30, 2017

 

Our Missionary Trip

 

USA and Canada

Coordinator

 

Archbishop

Leonardo Marin-Saavedra

from Canada

 

1st October 2017

to

November 30, 2017

 

KENYA, Uganda,

South Africa, Nigeria, Sudan, Ghana, South Africa,

Burundi, Central Africa,

Togo, Sudan and Rwanda.

 

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