Apostolic Succession of THOMAS FAULKENBURY

Antiochan-Jacobite Lineage Roman-Old Catholic Lineage Judean-Celtic Lineage

1st Christian Church established in Jerusalem - 29 A.D.

   

James the Less - 37 A.D.

Stephen martyred by stoning - 30 A.D.
Church of Antioch established - 37 A.D.
Peter 37 A.D.    
Evodus - 40    
  Peter - 42 A.D.  
Roman Invasion of Britain - 43
Ignatius I - 43    
James the Great beheaded - 44

Mission of Paul and Barnabas begins - 45

Aristobolus establishes churches in Ireland, Wales, Northumbria, and Roman Britain - 46?
Thomas establishes Church of the East in Edessa (Syria) - 47
    Simeon - 63
Passover Riot in Jerusalem - 50

20,000-30,000 Jews killed

Council of Jerusalem - 50

Gentiles exempt from most of the Mosaic Law

Paul's 2nd Mission begins - 50

Split with Barnabas

Thomas establishes churches in India - 52
Paul imprisoned in Caesarea - 58
Paul shipwrecked on Malta - 59
Paul in Rome - 60
Possible founding of Christian community at Glastonbury by Joseph of Arimathea - 63
Thaddeus (Jude) martyred in Roman Syria - 65
Jewish Revolt against Rome - 66

Herod's Temple and Qumran community destroyed (site of the Dead Sea Scrolls discovered in 1947)

Great Fire of Rome - 67

Emperor Nero blames Christians, Paul beheaded, Peter crucified

  Linus - 67  
Thomas martyred by flaying in India - 72
Romans defeat Jews at Masada - 73
Andrew martyred by crucifixion in Petras (Greece) -75?
  Ancletus (Cletus) - 76  
Phillip martyred by crucifixion in Hierapolis (Phrygia) - 80
Simon the Zealot martyred in North Africa - 86?
Matthew martyred in Ethiopia - 87?
  Clement - 88  
  Evaristus - 97  
Bartholomew martyred by flaying and crucifixion in Armenia - 99?

John dies of natural causes - 100

End of the Apostolic Age

  Alexander I - 105  
Simeon crucified under Emperor Trajan - 107
    Justus I - 107
    Zaccheus - 113
    Tobias - 114?
  Sixtus I - 115  
    Benjamin I -116?
    John I - 117
    Matthias - 119?
    Philip - 121
Aaron - 123    
Cornelius - 123    
  Telesphorus - 125 Senecas - 125
    Justus II - 127?
    Levis - 128?
    Ephraim - 130?
    Joseph I - 132?
    Judas - 133?

Romans defeat Bar Kochba Revolt - 135

Jerusalem renamed Aelia Capitolina, Jews prohibited from entering city on pain of death until the 7th Century

    Marcus - 135
  Hygimus - 136  
    Cassianus - 138?
  Pius I - 140  
Exodos - 142   Poplius - 142?
    Maximus I - 145?
    Julian I - 149?
    Gaius I - 152?
  Anicetus - 155 Symmachus -155?
Theophulus -157    
    Gaius II - 158
    Julian II - 162
    Elias - 164
  Soter - 166  
Maximinus - 171    
    Capito - 168
     
    Maximus II -172
  Eleutherius - 175  
    Antonius - 177
Seraphim - 179    
     
    Valens -180
    Narcissus - 184
Astlediades - 189 Victor I - 189  
  Zephyrinus - 199 Dius - 199
Philip - 201    
    Germanio - 203?
    Gordius - 207?
    Alexander - 213
  Callistus I - 217  
Sebinus (Zebinus) - 219    
  Urban I - 222  
  Pontian - 230  
  Anterus - 235  
  Fabian - 236  
Babylos - 237    
Fabius - 250    
Demetrius - 251 Cornelius - 251 Mozambanus  (Nazabancs)- 251
  Lucius I - 253  
  Stephen I - 254  
  Sixtus II - 257  

Valerian's Massacre - 258

Roman Emperor issues edict to execute all Bishops, Priests, and Deacons

Paul I - 259 Dionysius - 259  
    Hymeneus (Hymenacus) - 266
  Felix I - 269  
Anthony begins monastic movement in Egypt - 270
Domnus I - 270    
  Eutychian - 275  
Timotheus - 281    
Cyrilus - 281    
  Caius - 283  
Tyrantus - 296 Marcellinus - 296  
    Zambdas (Zamboas) - 298
    Hermon (Herman) - 300
Armenia adopts Christianity as state religion - 301
Vitalius - 301    
Diocletian persecutions begin - 303
  Marcellus I - 308  
  Eucebius - 309  
  Melchiades (Miltiades) - 311  
Diocletian persecutions end - 312
Emperor Constantine's vision - 312
Edict of Milan  - 313

End of persecutions, toleration of Christianity

  Sylvester I - 314 Marcarius I - 314
Philognius - 318    
Eustachius - 323    

1st Council of Nicaea - 325

Affirmed the Divinity of Christ, Trinitarian Doctrine, Nicene Creed

Emperor Constantine I Commissions Bible - 331

Peshitta and Codex Alexandrinus

    Maximus II - 334
  Marcus - 336  
  Julius I - 337  
Paulinius - 338    
    Cyril I - 350
  Liberius - 352  
    Herenius - 362?
  Damasus I - 366  
    Hilary - 374?
Emperor Theodosius I issues the Edict of Thessalonica declaring Nicene Christianity as the state church of the Roman Empire - 380
-1st Council of Constantinople - 381

Condemned Apollinarism, the teaching that Christ had no human mind or soul

Philabianus - 383    
  Siricius - 384  
Evagrius - 386    
    John II - 386

Ninian evangelizes Picts in Scotland - 397

  Anastasius I - 399  
  Innocent I - 401  
Alaric and Visigoths sack Rome - 410
Phosohorius - 416    
  Zosimus - 417  
Morgan of Wales defends Celtic theology from Augustinian attack - 418
Alexander - 418 Boniface I - 418  
  Celestine I -422 Juvenal - 422
John I - 428    

1st Council of Ephesus - 431

Proclaimed Mary "Theotokos", Repudiated Nestorianism, the teaching of disunion between the human and divine nature of Christ

Theodotus - 431    
Patrick's mission to Ireland - 432
  Sixtus III - 432  
  Leo I - 440  
Domnus II - 442    
Maximus - 450    

Council of Chalcedon - 451

Repudiated Monophystism, proclaimed "hypostatic union", the teaching that Christ had human and divine natures in one substance

Accacius - 454    
Martyrius - 457    
    Anastacius - 458
  Hilary - 461  
Peter II - 464    
  Simplicius - 468  
    Martyrius - 470?
Emperor Romulus Augustus is deposed in Rome, marked by many as the fall of the Western Roman Empire - 476
    Salutis - 482?
  Felix III - 483  
  Gelasius I - 492  
    Elias - 494
  Anastasius II - 496  
  Symmachus - 498  
Philadius - 500    
Severius - 509    
  Hormisdus - 514  
    John III - 516
    David of Wales - 519
  John I - 523  
  Felix IV - 526  
  Boniface II - 530  
  John II - 535  
  Agapitus - 535  
  Sylverius - 536  
  Vigilus - 537  
Segius - 544    
     
Domnus III - 547    
David converts Wales - 550

2nd Council of Constantinople - 553

Condemned Nestorian writings and authors

  Pelagius I - 556  
Anadtasius - 560    
  John III - 561  
Columba goes to Scotland to evangelize Picts, establishes monastery at Iona - 563
Gregory I - 564    
Paul II - 567    
Petra - 571    
  Benedict I - 575  
  Pelagius II - 579  
Domnus IV - 586    
    Cynog - 589
  Gregory I - 590  
Julianus - 591    
Athanasius I - 595    
  Sabinianus - 604  
    Teilo - 606
  Boniface III - 607  
  Boniface IV- 608  
Holy Quran revealed to Muhammad - 610
    Ceven (Ceneu) - 610
  Deusdedit (Adeodatus I) - 615  
  Boniface V - 619  
Migration (Hijra) of Muhammad and Muslims from Mecca to Medina - 622
Battle of Badr, considered beginning of Islamic Empire - 624
    Morfall (Morfael) - 624?
  Honorius - 625  
Muslim Conquest of Arabia - 629
Muhammad's Farewell Pilgrimage (Hajj) to Mecca - 632
Muhammad dies in Medina - 632

 Disagreement on Muhammad's successor led to several divisions in the Muslim community since the first century of Muslim history; most notable giving rise to Sunnis, Shias and Kharijites Umar (Umar ibn al-Khattab), a prominent companion of Muhammad, nominated Abu Bakr. Others added their support and Abu Bakr was made the first caliph. This choice was disputed by some of Muhammad's companions, who held that Ali (Ali ibn Abi Talib), his cousin and son-in-law, had been designated his successor.

Aidan evangelizes in Northumbria - 635
John II - 636    
    Haerwneu (Haernynin) - 638?
  Severinus - 640  
  John IV - 640  
  Theodore I - 642  
Theodorus I - 649 Martin I - 649  
    Elwaed (Elfaed) - 651?
  Eugene I - 654  
  Vitalian - 657  
Synod of Whitby - 664

Church of Rome forces calendar an monastic changes on Celtic Church, Colman defends Celtic practices, Episcopal seat moved from Lindisfarne to York

    Gwrnwen (Gurnuru) - 665?
Severus - 668    
  Adeodatus II - 672  
  Donus - 676  
  Agatho - 678  
    Llumwerth I (Llunwerth I) - 679?

3rd Council of Constantinople - 680

Affirmed that Christ had human and divine wills

  Leo II - 682  
     
Athanasius II - 684 Benedict II - 684  
  John V - 685  
  Conon - 686  
Julianus II - 687 Sergius I - 687  
Islamic Dome of the Rock built in Jerusalem - 689
    Gwrgwyst (Gwegwst) - 693?
  John VI - 701  
  John VII - 705  
  Sissinius - 708  
     
  Constantine - 708 Gwgan (Gwrgan) - 707?
Elias I - 709    
  Gregory II - 715  
    Clydog - 720?
Athanasius III - 724    
  Gregory III - 731  
Battle of Tours stops Islam from expanding westward - 732
    Einion (Eineon) - 734?
Evanius I - 740    
  Zachary - 741  
    Clydawg - 748?
  Stephen II - 752  

2nd Council of Nicaea - 753

Affirmed the veneration of saints and icons

  Paul I - 757  
Gervasius I - 759    
    Elfod - 762?
  Stephen III - 768  
  Adrian I - 772  
    Ethelman - 776?
Joseph - 790   Elane (Elanc) - 790?
Sacking of the monastery of Lindisfarne marks the beginning of Viking raids on Christendom - 793
Cyriacus - 793    
  Leo III - 795  
King Charlemagne of the Franks is crowned first Holy Roman Emperor of the West by Pope Leo III - 800
    Magelswyd (Maelsgwyd) - 803?
  Stephen IV - 816  
  Paschal I - 817 Made - 817?
Dionysius I - 818    
  Eugene II - 824  
  Valentine - 827  
  Gregory IV - 827  
    Sadwrnfen (Sadyrnfyw) - 831
    Cadell - 831
    Sulhaithnay -835?
    Novis (Nobis) - 840
  Sergius II - 844  
John III - 847 Leo IV - 847  
John Scotus Eriugena promotes Celtic "transcendentalism" and "universalism" - 855
  Benedict III - 855  
  Nicholas I - 858  
    Idwall - 860?
  Adrian II - 867  
  John VIII - 872  
Ignatius II - 877    
    Asser - 880?
  Marinus I - 882  
  Adrian III - 884  
  Stephen V - 885  
Theodosius - 887    
  Formosus - 891  
  Boniface VI - 896  
Dionysius II - 897 Stephen VI - 897  
  Romanus - 897  
  Theodore II - 897  
  John IX - 898  
  Benedict IV - 900 Arthwael - 900?
  Leo V - 903  
  Sergius III - 904  
John IV - 910    
  Anastasius III - 911  
  Laudus - 913  
  John X - 914  
    Samson - 921?
Basilus I - 922    
  Stephen VII - 928  
  John XI - 931  
John V - 936 Leo VI - 936  
  Stephen VIII - 939  
    Ruelin (Ruebin) - 941?
  Maginus II - 942  
  Agapitus II - 946  
Evanius II - 954    
  John XIII - 955  
Dionysius III - 958    
    Rhydderch - 961
Abraham I - 962    
  Leo VII - 963  
  Leo VIII -963  
     
  Benedict V - 964  
John VI - 965    
    Elwin (Elwyn) - 968?
  Benedict VI - 973  
  Benedict VII - 974 Morfyw (Morbiw) - 974?
    Llumwerth II (Llunwerth II) - 981?
  John XIV - 983  
  John XV - 985  
Athanasius IV - 987   Hubert - 987?
    Eneuris (Eneurius) - 994
  Gregory V - 996 Ivor - 996?
  John XVI - 997  
  Sylvester II - 999 Morgeneu I - 999
  John XVII - 1003  
John VII - 1004 John XVIII - 1004  
     
    Nathan - 1005?
  Sergius IV - 1009  
    Jenan (Ieuan) - 1011?
  Benedict VIII - 1012  
    Arwystl - 1017?
    Morganeu II - 1023
    Ervin - 1023
  John XIX - 1024  
Dionysius IV - 1032 Benedict IX - 1032  
    Trahacarn (Trahaearn) - 1039
Theodorus II - 1042    
  Sylvester III - 1045  
  Gregory VI - 1045  
  Clement II - 1046  
  Damasus II - 1048  
  Leo IX - 1049  
Great Schism between Roman Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy - 1054
  Victor II - 1055  
  Stephen IX - 1057  
Athanasius V - 1058 Benedict X - 1058  
  Nicholas II - 1059  
  Alexander II - 1061 Joseph - 1061
    Bleiddud - 1061
John VIII - 1064    
Battle of Hastings - 1066
    Salien (Sulian) -1071
  Gregory VII - 1073  
Basilius II - 1074    
Abdoone - 1076   Abraham - 1076
Dionysius V - 1077    
    Rhyddmarch - 1078?
Evanius III - 1080    
    Wilfrid - 1085
  Victor III - 1087  
Dionysius VI - 1088 Urban II - 1088  
Athanasius VI - 1091    
1st Crusade begins - 1095
Siege of Antioch - 1097

Muslims massacred

Siege of Jerusalem - 1099

Jews and Muslims fight together to defend the city, defeated by Frankish Crusaders, Kingdom of Jerusalem is established

  Paschal II - 1099  
    Bernard - 1115
Knights Templar founded to defend Holy Land - 1118
  Gelasius II - 1118  
  Callistus II - 1119  
  Honorius II - 1124  
  Innocent II - 1130  
John IX - 1131    
Athanasius VII - 1139    
  Celestine II - 1143  
  Lucius II - 1144  
  Eugene III - 1145  
     
2nd Crusade begins - 1147

Muslims recapture Edessa, Crusade viewed as unsuccessful

  Anastasius IV - 1153 David Fitzgerald - 1147
  Adrian IV - 1154  
  Alexander III - 1159  
Michael I - 1167    
Synod of Cashel - 1172

Celtic Church forced to adopt Roman liturgy, Church property confiscated by Church of Rome, Celtic Church prohibited from consecrating Bishops

Lawrence O'Toole (Lorcán Ua Tuathail ) of Dublin last Celtic Bishop of ancient autocephalous Celtic Church

    Peter de Leiâ - 1176
  Lucius III - 1181  
  Urban III - 1185  
3rd Crusade begins - 1187

Muslim Salidin recaptures Jerusalem, allows pilgrims to enter the city

  Gregory VIII - 1187  
  Clement III - 1187  
  Celestine III - 1191  
  Innocent III - 1198  
Athanasius VIII - 1200   G. Camb - 1200?
4th Crusade begins - 1204

Crusaders sack Constantinople, final breach between Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism

    Geoffrey de Henelawe - 1204
Francis of Assisi becomes a hermit, founding the Franciscan order of friars, renounces wealth and begins his ministry - 1205
Michael II - 1207    
John X - 1208    
King John signs Magna Carta - 1215
    Jowerth (Iorwerth alias Gervase) - 1215
  Honorius III - 1216  
5th Crusade begins - 1217

The Crusaders launched a foolhardy attack on Cairo in July 1221. The crusaders were turned back after their dwindling supplies led to a forced retreat. A night-time attack by the ruler of Egypt, the powerful Ayyubid Sultan Al-Kamil, resulted in a great number of crusader losses and eventually in the surrender of the army

Ignatius III - 1223    
  Gregory IX - 1227  
6th Crusade begins - 1228

There were no battles as Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II made a peace treaty with Al-Kamil, the ruler of Egypt. This treaty allowed Christians to rule over most of Jerusalem and a strip of territory from Acre to Jerusalem, while the Muslims were given control of the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa Mosque.   Many of the Muslims though were not happy with Al-Kamil for giving up control of Jerusalem. In 1244, following the siege of Jerusalem, the Muslims regained control of the city

    Anselm le Gras - 1230
  Celestine IV - 1241  
  Innocent IV - 1243  
7th Crusade begins - 1248

The crusader army and its Bedouin mercenaries were completely defeated by Baibars' force of Khwarezmian tribesmen

Innocent IV authorizes use of torture in Inquisitions - 1252
Dionysius VII - 1253    
John XI - 1253    
  Alexander IV - 1254  
    Richard de Carew - 1256
  Urban IV - 1261  
Ignatius IV - 1264    
  Clement IV - 1265  
8th Crusade begins - 1270

King Louis IX again attacked the Arabs in Tunis in North Africa. He picked the hottest season of the year for campaigning and his army was devastated by disease. The king himself died, ending the last major attempt to take the Holy Land

9th Crusade begins - 1271

The future Edward I of England undertook another expedition against Baibars in 1271, after having accompanied Louis on the Eighth Crusade.  The Ninth Crusade was deemed a failure and ended the Crusades in the Middle East

  Gregory X - 1271  
  Innocent V - 1276  
  Adrian V - 1276  
  John XXI - 1276  
  Nicholas III - 1277  
    Thomas Beck - 1280
  Martin IV - 1281  
Philanus - 1283    
  Honorius IV - 1285  
  Nicholas IV - 1288  
Ignatius Baruhid - 1293   David Martyn - 1293
  Celestine V - 1294  
  Boniface VIII - 1294  
  Benedict XI - 1303  
  Clement V - 1305  
The arrest of many of the Knights Templar beginning confiscation of their property and extraction of confessions under torture - 1307
Catholic Council of Vienne disbands Knights Templar - 1311
  John XII - 1316  
    Henry de Gower - 1328
Ignatius Ismael - 1333    
  Benedict XII - 1334  
  Clement VI - 1342  
    John Thoresby - 1347
    Reginald Brian - 1350
  Innocent VI - 1352  
    Thomas Fastolfe - 1353
    Adam Houghton - 1361
  Urban V - 1362  
Ignatius Basilius III - 1366    
  Gregory XI - 1370  
  Urban VI - 1378  
John Wycliffe's Bible, 1st complete translation to English, included deuterocanonical books - 1382
Ignatius Abraham II - 1382    
  Boniface IX - 1389 John Gilbert - 1389
  Innocent VII - 1389  
    Guy Mone - 1397
  Gregory XII - 1406  
Council of Oxford forbids translations of the Scriptures into the vernacular unless and until they were fully approved by Church authority - 1408
    Henry Chichely - 1408
Ignatius Bacalius IV - 1412    
Ignatius Behanam I -1415    
  Martin V - 1417  
 Joan of Arc, French national heroine, burned at the stake - 1431
  Eugene IV - 1431  
    John Stafford - 1443
  Nicholas V - 1447  
    John Kempe - 1452
Fall of Constantinople, overrun by Ottoman Empire - 1453
    Thomas Bourchier - 1454
Gutenberg Bible, first printed Bible, by Johann Gutenberg - 1455
Ignatius Kalejih - 1455 Callistus III - 1455  
  Pius II - 1458  
  Paul II - 1464  
  Sixtus IV - 1471  
Ignatius John XII - 1483    
  Innocent VIII - 1484  
    John Morton - 1486
Columbus  discovers North America - 1492
Ignatius Noah - 1492 Alexander VI - 1492  
    Henry Deane - 1501
  Pius III - 1503 William Warham - 1503
  Julius II -1503  
Ignatius Jesus I - 1509    
Ignatius Jacob I -1510    
  Leo X - 1513  

Martin Luther's "95 Theses" begins Protestant Reformation - 1517

Ignatius David I - 1519    
Ignatius Abdullah I - 1520    
Luther refuses to recant his works at the Diet of Worms - 1521

Papal bull Decet Romanum Pontificem excommunicates Luther

  Adrian VI - 1522  
  Clement VII - 1523  
Anabaptist movement begins - 1525
William Tyndale's NT, English NT translation from 1516 Greek text of Erasmus, first printed edition - 1526
    Thomas Cranmer - 1533
Church of England breaks from Rome - 1534
  Paul III - 1534  
Myles Coverdale's Bible - 1536
Dissolution of the Monasteries in England, Wales and Ireland - 1540
Roman Inquisition established by Pope Paul III - 1542
Matthew Bible, by John Rogers - 1544
Original Book of Common Prayer of the Church of England by Thomas Cranmer - 1549
  Julius III - 1550  
  Marcellus II - 1555  
  Paul IV - 1555  
    Reginald Pole - 1556
Ignatius Naamathalak - 1557    
Queen Mary I of England persecuted reformers, John Rogers, Hugh Latimer, Nicholas Ridley, Thomas Cranmer of 238 burned at the stake - 1558
  Pius IV - 1559 Matthew Parker - 1559
  Pius V - 1566  
Great Bible, by Thomas Cromwell, 1st English Bible to be authorized for public use in English churches - 1569
  Gregory XIII - 1572  
    Edmund Grindal - 1575
Ignatius David II - 1577    
Gregorian calendar of Pope Gregory XIII adopted at different times in different regions of the world - 1582
    John Whitgift - 1583
  Sixtus V - 1585  
  Urban VII - 1590  
  Gregory XIV - 1590  
Ignatius Philathus - 1591 Innocent IX - 1591  
  Clement VIII - 1592  
The Clementine Vulgate of Pope Clement VIII, replaced the Sistine Vulgate of 1590, the standard Latin Catholic Bible until the Second Vatican Council - 1592
Ignatius Abdullah II - 1597    
Ignatius Cadhai - 1598    
    Richard Bancroft - 1604
  Leo XI - 1605  
  Paul V - 1605  
Bishops' Bible, a revision of the Great Bible checked against the Hebrew text, 1st to be published in England by episcopal authority - 1606
Baptist Church founded by John Smyth, due to objections to infant baptism and demands for church-state separation - 1609
Douay-Rheims Bible, 1st Catholic English translation - 1610
King James Version (Authorized Version) Bible is released, based primarily on Wycliffe's work & Bishop's Bible of 1572, original included Apocrypha - 1611
    George Abbot - 1611
  Gregory XV - 1621  
  Urban VIII - 1623  
    William Laud - 1633
Ignatius Simeon - 1640    
  Innocent X - 1644  
George Fox founds the Quaker movement - 1648
  Alexander VII - 1655  
  Cardinal Antonio Barberini  - 1655  
    William Juxon - 1660
Ignatius Jesus II - 1661    
Ignatius Messiah - 1661    
    Gilbert Sheldon - 1663
  Michael le Tellier - 1668  
  Jaques Benigne de Bousseut - 1670  
    William Sancroft - 1678
Ignatius Cabeeb - 1686    
Ignatius Gervasius II - 1687    
    John Tillotson - 1691
  James Coyon de Matignon - 1693  
    Thomas Tenison - 1694
Old Catholic Church of the Netherlands splits with Roman Catholicism - 1701
Ignatius Isaac - 1708    
    William Wake - 1715
  Dominicus Marie Varlet - 1719  
Ignatius Sicarrablak - 1722    
  Cornelius Van Steenhoven - 1724  
    John Potter - 1737
Methodist movement, led by John Wesley and his hymn-writing brother Charles, begins - 1738
  Johannes Van Stiphout - 1745  
Ignatius Gervasius III - 1746    
    Thomas Herring - 1747
    Matthew Hutton - 1757
    Thomas Secker - 1758
Ignatius Gervasius IV - 1768   Frederick Cornwallis - 1768
Ignatius Mathias - 1781    
    John Moore - 1783
American Methodists form Methodist Episcopal Church at so-called "Christmas Conference", led by co- Superintendents Thomas Coke and Francis Asbury - 1784
  Gaultherus Michael Van Niewenhuizen - 1786  
   

W. White was consecrated by J. Moore, William Markham and Charles Moss

  Adrian Brockman - 1787 William White -1787
    Samuel Provoost - 1787
    James Madison - 1790
    Thomas John Clagett - 1792
    Robert Smith - 1795
  Johannes Jacobus Van Rhijin - 1797 Edward Bass - 1797
    Abraham Jarvis - 1797
    Benjamin Moore - 1801
    Samuel Parker - 1804
  Gilbertus de Jong - 1805  
Ignatius Behanam II - 1810   John Henry Hobart - 1811
    Alexander Viets Griswold - 1811
  Wilibrodus Van Os - 1814  
Ignatius Jonas - 1817    
Ignatius Gervasius V - 1818    
Thomas Jefferson produced the Jefferson Bible - 1819
  Johannes Bon - 1819  
  Johannes Van Santen - 1825  
    J.H. Hopkins - 1832
Ignatius Elias II - 1839    
Southern Baptist Convention formed in Augusta, Georgia - 1845
Ignatius Jacob II - 1847    
Immaculate Conception of Mary defined as Catholic dogma - 1854
  Hermanus Heijkamp - 1854  
    G.D. Cummins - 1866
Roman Catholic First Vatican Council asserted doctrine of Papal Infallibility - 1870
Ignatius Peter III - 1872    
  Casparus Johannes Rinkel - 1873 Charles E. Cheney - 1873
    W.R. Nicholson - 1876
    A.S. Richardson - 1879
Julius I - 1882?    
    Leon Chechemian - 1890
Joseph Rene Villate - 1892 Geradus Gul - 1892  
    Andrew Charles MacLagen - 1897
Azusa Street Revival in Los Angeles, CA begins modern Pentecostal movement - 1906
  A. Matthew was consecrated by G. Gul, J.J. Van Thiel, N.B.P. Spit, and J. Demmel  
  Arnold Harris Matthew - 1908  
Beginning of Independent Catholic Movement - 1908
Scofield Reference Bible - 1909
Carmina Gadelica compiled by Alexander Carmichael - 1910
  Frederick Willoughby - 1914  
Frederick E. Lloyd - 1915    
  James I. Wedgewood - 1916  
    James Heard - 1922
Samuel Gregory Lines - 1923    
Justin Boyle - 1927 Irving S. Cooper - 1919  
  Charles Hampton - 1931  
Lowell Paul Wadle - 1940    
    William Bernard Crow - 1943
    Hugh George De Willmott Newman - 1944
The Nag Hammadi library is discovered - 1945
    Wallace David De Ortega Maxey - 1946
    Lowell Paul Wadle  (sub conditione) - 1947
Dead Sea Scrolls discovered - 1947
World Council of Churches founded - 1948
Assumption of Mary decreed by Pope Pius XII - 1950
Revised Standard Version Bible - 1952

H. Spruit was consecrated by L. Wadle, C. Hampton, C. Hanlon, and H. Francis Marshall

Herman Adrian Spruit - 1957 Herman Adrian Spruit - 1957 Herman Adrian Spruit - 1957
Catholic Second Vatican Council, called by Pope John XXIII, produced 16 documents which became official Roman Catholic teaching after approval by the Pope, purpose to renew "ourselves and the flocks committed to us" - 1962-1965
United Methodist Church formed  - 1968
Mass of Paul VI replaces Tridentine Mass - 1970
New American Standard Bible - 1971
New International Version of the Bible is first published (revised in 1978,1984) - 1973
New King James Version Bible, complete revision of 1611 Authorized Version, updates archaisms while retaining style - 1979
Robert E. Burns - 1980 Robert E. Burns - 1980 Robert E. Burns - 1980
I. MacKllop was consecrated by R. Burns and Patricia Dumont-Ford
Ivan B.D.G. MacKillop - 1984 Ivan B.D.G. MacKillop - 1984 Ivan B.D.G. MacKillop - 1984
New Revised Standard Version Bible - 1989
T. Faulkenbury was consecrated by I. MacKillop and Meri Louise Spruit (widow of H. Spruit)
Thomas John Faulkenbury - 1996 Thomas John Faulkenbury - 1996 Thomas John Faulkenbury - 1996
Celtic Christian Restoration Movement - 1996

Launched by Bishops I. MacKillop (Church of the Culdees), T. Faulkenbury (Anamchara Celtic Church), and Joseph Grenier (Celtic Christian Church)

Anamchara Celtic Church changes name to Reformed Celtic Church - 2008

Adopts Celtic "trinitarian universalism"