About Us

All Saints is the Cathedral See of the Western Diocese of the Polish National Catholich Church (PNCC).

What is the PNCC?

Organized in 1897 as the Polish National Catholic Church (PNCC), we now minister to people of all ethnic backgrounds. It is the doctrine of the Church that brings us together, not our individual ethnic origins.

We are an Apostolic Catholic Church. We preserve the faith of the Apostles and have apostolic succession with an unbroken line of bishops from the Apostles of Jesus Christ to the present day bishops and priests. Our beliefs are based on Holy Scripture, Christian Tradition and Church Ecumenical Synods.

People who are dissatisfied with their current religious situation, divorced or of a different faith are welcome. No one is denied the freedom to worship or take part in the sacraments. Everyone can participate in all aspects of Christian life. We are...

a Sacramental Church

We acknowledge the Seven Sacraments: Anointing of the Sick, Baptism and Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Holy Orders, Matrimony, Penance, and The Word of God.

a Worshipping Church

We encourage regular Mass attendance on Sundays and holy days of obligation. Through these services we give praise and honor to God.

a Responsive Church

We meet the religious needs of our faithful through Mass, the Sacraments and other services. We meet social needs through various service organizations.

a Teaching Church

We have First Holy Communion and Confirmation classes as well as School of Christian Living and Bible Study. Each year either a diocesan youth gathering or a national youth convocation is held for our young people.

a Counseling Church

Our pastors are available to help those who are having personal, family or spiritual difficulties. Our parishioners offer spiritual and moral support as well.

an Ecumenical Church

We work with other churches and religious groups to make our community a better place in which to live.

What do we believe?

Click here to read our Beliefs and Principles.

Visit the PNCC's website at www.pncc.org
Visit the Western Diocese website at