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The Ecumenical Catholic Church (ECC) is a small Christian denomination, mainly oriented toward the LGBT community. It adheres to a conventional Catholic Trinitarian theology, professes the Nicene Creed, and considers Jesus to be the Son of God and redeemer of humanity, uniting Christians through Baptism and the Eucharist. Its liturgy is also similar to that of the Roman Catholic Church, but it is independent and not under the jurisdiction of the Vatican or the Roman Catholic hierarchy; it is thus considered to be one of the Independent Catholic Churches. It is also considered an offshoot of the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church. While the ECC shares core Christian beliefs with the Roman Catholic Church and many Protestant and Orthodox denominations, it is much more liberal on many social

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  • The Ecumenical Catholic Church (ECC) is a small Christian denomination, mainly oriented toward the LGBT community. It adheres to a conventional Catholic Trinitarian theology, professes the Nicene Creed, and considers Jesus to be the Son of God and redeemer of humanity, uniting Christians through Baptism and the Eucharist. Its liturgy is also similar to that of the Roman Catholic Church, but it is independent and not under the jurisdiction of the Vatican or the Roman Catholic hierarchy; it is thus considered to be one of the Independent Catholic Churches. It is also considered an offshoot of the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church. While the ECC shares core Christian beliefs with the Roman Catholic Church and many Protestant and Orthodox denominations, it is much more liberal on many social
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  • The Ecumenical Catholic Church (ECC) is a small Christian denomination, mainly oriented toward the LGBT community. It adheres to a conventional Catholic Trinitarian theology, professes the Nicene Creed, and considers Jesus to be the Son of God and redeemer of humanity, uniting Christians through Baptism and the Eucharist. Its liturgy is also similar to that of the Roman Catholic Church, but it is independent and not under the jurisdiction of the Vatican or the Roman Catholic hierarchy; it is thus considered to be one of the Independent Catholic Churches. It is also considered an offshoot of the Brazilian Catholic Apostolic Church. While the ECC shares core Christian beliefs with the Roman Catholic Church and many Protestant and Orthodox denominations, it is much more liberal on many social issues.
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