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Presiding Bishop Response to Report on Roman Church AbuseOn May 28, 2020, the College of Bishops of the Catholic Apolstolic Church in North America released the following pastoral message in response to the incidents Recent incidents in Minneapolis, MN and Brunswick, GA, where two black men were brutally murdered, one due to excessive force by a policeman and the other gunned down by two white vigilantes.  See the text of the message below. 





Pastoral LeBishop Tony santores College of Bishops on Racism




Hansen Video Coping with DeathFather Larry Hansen was interviewed on the Rose City Gumbo show about "Coping with Death."  Fr. Hansen is the pastor of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America's Cana House Mission in Portland, Oregon.  Fr. Hansen's mission focuses on hospice care and providing guidance and spiritual support for those dealing with death and dying.  You can view the video of the interview below.



Reverend Tony Biship GreenPortraitGreen was consecrated as a bishop of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America (CACINA) on September 21, 2019 in Albany, New York by Francisco Betancourt, Diocesan Bishop, Diocese of the Little Portion. Assisted by Ronald Wilbert Stephens, Presiding Bishop of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America, Diocesan Bishop, Diocese of the Holy Trinity and Michael Thoegene, Diocesan Bishop, Diocese of the Little Portion.

Bishop Green came to CACINA in 2016 because he felt God calling him to a church that placed a high value on sacramental life. He founded the St. John of God Parish where he co-pastors with Fr. Victor Desantis.  You find more information about Bishop Tony's background here.   See video below of his concentration.

CACINA is fortunate that God has brought Bishop Tony to us.  He continues to serve the Church tirelessly, writing the CACINA News and Notes, and using his unique background to serve the people of his parish and of our national church.



Mass Shooting Letter

The College of Bishops of the Catholic Apostolic Church in North America is united in desperate prayer for God’s loving comfort to be with the people of El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, as they, and our entire nation, grieve the horrible murder and wounding of God’s precious people in the El Paso and Dayton Communities by mass shooters.

Click here to read the College of Bishops full letter on these mass shootings: