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Evangelical Catholic Church

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Evangelical Catholic Church

Evangelical Catholic Church
Classification Lutheran
Orientation Evangelical Catholic
Polity Episcopal
Origin 1976
Members under 500
Lutherans of the United States
 Lutheranism portal

The Evangelical Catholic Church is an Independent Catholic Church which is theologically Lutheran, embracing the Augsburg Confession (often termed High Lutheran). Its membership numbers under 500. It was incorporated in Arizona in 1976. It practices infant communion.[1]


  1. ^ A Brief Study of the Lutheran Churches in America, Church of the Lutheran Confession

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