THE APOSTOLIC SEE

Roman, Catholic, and Apostolic Church

POPE BONIFACE X


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Sancta Sedes, Papa Bonifatius X

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CONTACTING AND REGISTERING YOUR SUBMISSION TO THE APOSTOLIC SEE

PRIVATE EPISTLE #26


Those who are seriously considering conversion to the Catholic faith, and those who are already Catholics, may seek a formal audience with the Roman Pontiff.  Please send an electronic or postal letter to the Apostolic See with the detailed reasons concerning your requested audience.  If your visitation request is granted, a response will be provided appointing a time and place where the Pontiff will meet with you.  You may write the Apostolic See at the following addresses:


Electronic Letter:

apostolicsee@romancatholicism.net  Use this to establish contact with the Apostolic See and set up a time to visit with the Pope if it is allowed, such as to receive the sacrament of baptism.


Telephone:

Not made available to the general public.  You must be a registered Catholic.


Physical Address:

Not made available to the general public.  You must be a registered Catholic.


For those who have made the decision to convert to the Catholic Church, you must send a formal notice of your allegiance to the Apostolic See in electronic format and be conditionally baptized.  It has been determined that electronic format is easiest.  It is usually free of charge as there are cafes often open to the general public around the world, if a person does not private access to the internet/interweb.  A formal letter means a signed letter.  You may send a copy of your letter electronically in a scanned electronic format, but the original version with your original signature in blue ink should also be delivered. Upon receipt of your notice and registration, upon ensuring that you have been baptized the proper way, the Apostolic See will send you an abjuration form (if appropriate) and a profession of faith which you must swear to.  Once you have returned these, it lift all censures and excommunications that afflict you and will inform you of this through an official written epistle.