OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE UNITED STATES
ARCHDIOCESE OF THE UNITED STATES
The Archdiocese of the United States is the Metropolitan See of the Old Catholic Church in the United States, the national canonical jurisdiction of the Old Catholic Confederation. There are currently four Suffragan Dioceses and four Vicariates subject to the Metropolitan See, including the Diocese of Pennsylvania, Diocese of New York, Diocese of Missouri and the Diocese of California. There is also the Vicariate for the U.S. Military Services.
There are also two National Vicariates that fall directly under the authority of the Primate: The Vicariate of Italy and Malta and the Vicariate of Great Britain and Ireland.
His Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Craig J. N. de Paulo, Primate of the Old Catholic Confederation, is the Metropolitan-Archbishop of the United States and Diocesan Bishop of Pennsylvania.
DIOCESE OF CALIFORNIA
The Diocese of California is a Suffragan Diocese within the Archdiocese of the United States.
Currently, the Diocese of California is a vacant see under His Excellency, The Rt. Rev. Charles F. C. Tobin, S.T.M., Bishop-Elect of New Jersey, who serves as Apsotolic Administrator for the Diocese of California, until the Election and Appointment of the Second Bishop of California.
DIOCESE OF NEW YORK
The Diocese of New York is a Suffragan Diocese within the Archdiocese of the United States.
His Grace, The Most Rev. Peter Paul Brennan is the Bishop of New York.
VICARIATE OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY
The Vicariate of the United States Military is a jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of the United States.
His Grace, The Most Rev. Dr. Craig J. N. de Paulo, Archbishop of the United States, is the Ecclesiastical Authority. But, a Vicar General is usually appointed for the business of the Vicariate, which is currently vacant.