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“NAC News” is now also available on Android and Windows Mobile

(11.11.2011) Zurich/Dortmund. A new version of the “NAC News” app that also works on devices using an Android operating system is now available. Beyond that, the iOS-version of the application has been optimised for the iPad. Version 2.0 of the software also offers new functions and integrates other websites of the New Apostolic Church. “NAC News” is available free of charge for Android and iOS devices (iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad) at the Android Market and the App Store. more ...

nacworld Offers More Topics

(18.05.2011) Zurich. If you would print all nacworld screenprints of one month on paper and pile them up, you would have a pile of paper that has a height of more than 350 metres. As a comparison: the Eiffel Tower in Paris stands only 276 metres. nacworld members are as active as never before. nacworld offers more topics than other social networks: faith, religion, church, friendship and intercession, support and sympathy. more ...

Website hosted by University College London informs on Catholic Apostolic history

(19.04.2011) Zurich/Hamburg. On Friday 15 April 2011 novelist Ian McEwan opened a new web resource to the general public. This website, sponsored by the Leverhulme Foundation, is hosted by University College London. This academic institution was founded in 1826 in Bloomsbury, a part of London that was being converted from waste land to a favoured residential quarter. For the first time people who were not members of the Church of England were given a chance of acquiring higher degrees at an English university. more ...

New Apostolic Church publishes new church concept

(01.03.2011) Zurich. “What is church? Who is the church? What is the New Apostolic Church?” These questions and more are addressed in the new church concept. In the process of producing its new Catechism, the New Apostolic Church has arrived at some different answers than in the past. The church of Christ is bigger than the New Apostolic Church alone. It includes all those who have been baptised in the name of the triune God, who believe in Jesus Christ, and who profess Him as their Lord. This church of Christ is manifest in different ways in the Christian churches at work today—albeit not in its perfect state. more ...