We are members of the Body of Christ and join together by the name, “Ecumenical Catholic Communion” or “ECC” or “Communion”. We recall the words of the second century church father, St. Ignatius of Antioch, when referring to the Church: we are a “communion of communities” joined together by the Spirit to form a household of faith.
We serve the poor, the outcast, the sick, the disabled, the old, the young, and the imprisoned. We offer a refuge in Christ for those who suffer prejudice because of race, color, culture, philosophy, gender, sexual orientation, or educational deprivation. We conform our lives to the life and teaching of the Lord Jesus Christ through prayer and study, service, and the celebration of the liturgy and the sacraments. We do as Christ commanded, “Love one another as I have loved you.”
We profess our faith in Christ in the living Catholic Tradition handed to us from the Apostles through many generations. And we stand open to a dialogue with those of other religious identities and faith traditions.
All are welcome.