ONE, HOLY, CATHOLIC, APOSTOLIC AND PALMARIAN CHURCH
The true Catholic Church of all times, founded by
Our Lord Jesus Christ
Legitimate Succession of the Cathedra of Saint Peter
Ruled by His Holiness Pope Peter III,
De Glória Ecclésiæ
This is the only official website of the One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic and Palmarian Church, approved by the Father General of the Order of Carmelites of the Holy Face, His Holiness Pope Peter III. For any further investigation on the Palmarian Catholic Church, it is essential to only go to the social media accounts authorized by the Palmarian Catholic Church, some of which are linked at the bottom of this page. The majority of the other publications on internet lack any truth and will be confusing and imprecise. Read more
We want to welcome everyone who desires to learn about the Apparitions of the Most Holy Virgin Mary and the heavenly manifestations in the Sacred Place of the Lentisco of El Palmar de Troya, which began in the year 1968.
Likewise, it is our desire to make clear that the true Church of Christ ceased to be in Rome on the 6th of August, 1978, and from there was translated to El Palmar de Troya, with the election of Pope Saint Gregory XVII as Vicar of Christ, directly by Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Clemente Domínguez y Gómez, later Pope Gregory XVII, was the principal receiver of the heavenly messages given in this Sacred Place, but besides him, Heaven worked numerous miracles and heavenly manifestations through many other people as preparation and proof of the veracity of the Apparitions of El Palmar de Troya. Learn more
Hallmarks of the True Church
1. The Church of Christ is: One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic and Palmarian: She is One in the Faith, because the truth revealed by God is the same for all; One in government, because there is one sole visible Head, the Pope; and One in the Sacraments, because they are the same for all the Church’s faithful…. Read more
Inside the Religious Order of the Palmarian Church
Viva la Santa Faz!
According to the Palmarian Catechism, the main devotion of the Holy Palmarian Catholic Church is to the Holy Face of Our Lord Jesus Christ. For this reason, in our … Read more
The Palmarian Holy Week begins on the 20th of March and ends on the 27th of the same month, every year. The processions begin at 9pm when the doors of the Cathedral open and the music band honors the Sacred Statues. As the floats come out the angels sing faced with such wonderful representations of the heavenly figures. See more