Michael Sherbert, Bishop, Oriental Orthodox Catholic

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Father Michael Sherbert is an Apostolic ordained Oriental Orthodox Catholic Bishop and Priest and member in good standing within the Orthodox Catholic Church Of America,as well as a member and in communion with the Society of Jesus Realization, the Apostolic Communion & Order of the Friends Of Jesuhua/Jesus.

My training comes by the 3 yr pastorial training through the Oriental Orthodox Catholic Church Institute. Serving within the Russian Orthodox Church & Anglican Church as a deacon & over 35yrs as a student of Comparative religion, Metaphysics, & Spirituality.
Founded in 2011 by the Rev. Fr. Michael Sherbert, The Apostolic Order Of  Melchizedek and Christic Shepherds is a divine order of embodied consciousness of the divine presence.

"It is the presence of our Creator through every individual on earth and the "Royal  Priesthood" of Christ to which we are all empowered and called to share"

As Christic Shepherds, our goal is to provide unity and education to clergy members of all faiths and denominations as well as members of the medical and mental health profession and paranormal researchers and investigation teams to provide the best possible services to individuals who feel they're encountering unusual paranormal phenomena. As well as the empowerment and nurturing of spiritual consciousness within every individual soul.

The Eternal Way (https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Eternal-Way/113318025407479):

For Christ has not given the world a new religion nor a new philosophy. But Christ has given and revealed a relationship of life, healing and regeneration for all, in all, and through all, until all are in all. Which is found only within the Divine Presence of the Father's eternal life and love within the fullness of the Spirit....The Oriental Orthodox Way.....Oriental Christian.

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