Celtic Catholic Church

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Celtic Catholic Church
Afrikaans: Keltiese Katolieke Kerk
Scots: Erse Catholic Kirk
Irish: Eaglais Chaitliceach Cheilteach
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Founder Matthew Murphy
Founded April 2019
Primate Matthew Murphy
Territory Vryland
Languages English, Irish
Members 1
Bishops 1
Website

The Celtic Catholic Church (Irish: Eaglais Chaitliceach Cheilteach) is an officially recognised Christian denomination in Vryland. The church separated from the Roman Catholic Church on 7 April 2019. The church describes itself as "a Catholic Church with Celtic traditions."

The church conducts most of its activities in English, Irish, or both languages. Irish has been recognised by the church as a language of significant historical and cultural value.

The Celtic Catholic Church is one of two religious institutions to be recognised by the Government of Vryland, the other being the Church of Vryland.

Leaders of the Church

Patriarch of Vryland
Patriarchate

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Incumbent:
tArdeaspag Vryland

Style: The Most Reverend
First Patriarch: Matthew Murphy
Formation: 2019

The church is led by the tArdeaspag Vryland (Archbishop of Vryland). The current tArdeaspag Vryland is the Most Reverend tArdeaspag Matthew Murphy.

Portrait Name Took office Left office Notes
1 TMR tArdeaspag Matthew Murphy April 2019 present Anointed Patriarch on 7 April 2019, the first to hold the title tArdeaspag Vryland.