Vestiges Of Christianity



Reconciling ancient Christian theology with contemporary orthodox Christian practices and understandings through the discovery of genuine "gnosis".


  • Special Announcement: The Future of Nicholean Catholicism

    21/09/2012 Duración: 30min

    In this very important special annoucment, Bishop Bryan D. Ouellette issues a report about the future of the Holy Nicholean Catholic Church, the status of the Patriarchate, and the ultimate outcome of the Church's restructuring.

  • Resolutions of Christian Ministry

    27/07/2012 Duración: 29min

    On this installment of Vestiges of Christianity, Bishop Bryan Ouellette brings conclusion to his thoughts from the last show by entering into a short discussion about how one reconciles the challenges of Christian ministry in America on both a practical (external) and philosophical (internal) level.

  • The Consequences of Christian Ministry

    16/07/2012 Duración: 01h29min

    Today, Bishop Bryan Ouellette reveals without pretense the serious negative consequences of being a Christian minister in the United States of America. Many are sure to find this presentation to be both highly enlightening and highly offensive, as Bishop Ouellette holds nothing back while he addresses his own personal experiences with proclaiming the Gospel of Jesus Christ in an increasingly materialistic and secularized culture.

  • Nicholean Catholicism Part 7

    26/06/2012 Duración: 01h29min

    Today, Bishop Bryan Ouellette in ecclesia Nicholas III concludes his series on Nicholean Catholicism with a special 90 minute episode. The bishop explains in detail the Nicholean interpretive theology on the subjects of Excommunication, Married Clergy, Chastity, Marriage After Ordination, Female Clergy, Divorce, Esoteric Arts & Sciences, and Gnosticism.

  • The Gedo Temple

    04/06/2012 Duración: 29min

    Bishop Bryan Ouellette speaks tonight about a new project being sponsored by the Holy Nicholean Catholic Church in its effort to bridge the philosophical gaps between all religions. The project is called the Gedo Temple Social Network and you can become a part of it by going to: Please join us there in our efforts to build a true online community of spiritual diversity and freedom.