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Official introduction of the New Apostolic Catechism!

(05.12.2012) Zurich. “For the first time ever, a systematic description of the New Apostolic doctrine has been developed. Naturally there have already been other works describing significant elements of the New Apostolic faith […] Nevertheless there have been increasing calls for a more comprehensive description of our doctrine.” So it says on the first page of the Catechism of the New Apostolic Church. Yesterday evening there was an information evening originating in Zurich to mark the work’s official introduction. more ...

A 90-minute interview with the Chief Apostle recorded on nacworld

(03.12.2012) Zurich/Hamburg. After a 90-minute interview in front of a running camera, Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber comes to the following positive conclusion: “I found the questions very interesting. They reflect current issues and address what people are generally thinking and feeling.” Prior to the interview, nacworld members had submitted nearly 200 questions to the leader of the New Apostolic Church. Last Thursday afternoon the international Church leader answered 50 of these. He indicated that a second such interview is planned for January 2013. more ...

Information evening presenting the new Catechism to be transmitted in December

(19.10.2012) Zurich. Chief Apostle Wilhelm Leber will address all New Apostolic congregations in Europe from the Church’s international headquarters in Zurich—just in time for the release of the new Catechism. In a letter to the congregations in Europe he writes that he thereby intends to introduce the work, provide some background information on it, and explain some of its basic concepts. The date scheduled for this event is Tuesday, 4 December 2012 at 8:00 PM. more ...

Work on the content of the Catechism is complete

(17.03.2012) Zurich. At today’s meeting, the International District Apostle Meeting came to a final decision on the German text of the Catechism. This final consultation meeting was also attended by members from the project group The New Apostolic Faith (PG TNF). It was unanimously decided that the current version of the text would be used as the basis for further translations. more ...