The Old Catholic Church is a sacramental Church, and we have the Seven Sacraments of Baptism, Confirmation, Holy Eucharist, Reconciliation, Holy Matrimony, Holy Orders and Annointing of the Sick.
Since we believe that Baptism is the primary sacrament whereby one becomes a Christian and thus a member of the Church, the Body of Christ, all baptized Christians are welcome to receive the Sacraments in the Old Catholic Church, most especially Holy Communion.
The Oratory (Chapel) at St. Willibrord Priory celebrates the Holy Eucharist every Sunday morning at 11am and on the Vigil of the Great Feasts of the Church at 10pm. On Wednesday evenings at 7pm, the Oratory holds Taize Evening prayer, chanted with candles and incense.
The priests and oblates of the Order of St. Willibrord are required to pray the Divine Office every morning and evening.
The icon of Christ Pantokrator in the Oratory Sanctuary central wall.
The Icon of St. Willibrord on the sanctuary east wall of the Priory Oratory.