Evangelical Catholic Church
The Evangelical Catholic Church welcomes the opportunity to assist those
qualified by Canon Law to apply for Clerical Incardination within our
The Evangelical Catholic Church takes the matter of vocations seriously. We
not only owe this to the integrity of our community, but we also owe this to
the People of God.
of the Code of Canon Law for the
Evangelical Catholic Church provides the canonical foundations for Clerical
In comparison to other jurisdictions within the greater Autocephalous
catholic movement, our process for clerical incardination is more formal
with precise steps.
The first step in our Incardination process is for the candidate to become a
Canonical Member of our community through their public Profession of Faith.
This means that in order for us to first consider any application for
incardination, an individual must first be a canonical member of our
Once a individual has become a canonical member of our jurisdiction, the
process for clerical incardination can begin in accordance with the
formation policies and Canon Law of the Evangelical Catholic Church.
If someone is looking for a "quick and easy" incardination, the Evangelical
Catholic Church would not be the place to do so.
Canon Law and Formation Policies
of the ECC
Religious Orders and Religious
Welcoming Women to
the Deaconate and Priesthood
Welcoming Back Inactive Deacon, Priests, Religious and Bishops
Sample Application for the ECC
Secular Formation Program
Saint John the