Who We Are

Vestiges of Christianity is a news blog maintained under the direction of Bishop Bryan D. Ouellette, Ph.D., SOSM. Our goal is to reconcile ancient Christian theology with contemporary orthodox Christian practices and understandings. Our praxis carries with it a strong eastern liturgical focus while maintaining a freedom of spirituality that is true to ancient Christian ideology. We welcome anyone who desires to discover gnosis through the expression of early Christianity. We use the word "gnosis" with the intention to reflect its original meaning of soteriological knowledge, mystical wisdom and spiritual realization. While we encourage a working philosophical comprehension of Classical Gnosticism from antiquity, we are not a Gnostic or reconstructionist church. Our theology is orthodox, our approach, furthermore, is mystically liberating.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Healing Theology

Last night on the EYE of the SEER show, Bishop Bryan D. Ouellette, Ph.D., SOSM made an important announcement about his ministry held within the Holy Nicholean Catholic Church. On the second half he discussed with Deacon Thomas Moreland the ways through which Esoteric Mysticism connects all religions to a common spirituality. But can this "common spirituality" reconcile theological conflicts between conventional Christian theology and those of non-Christian religions?

Bishop Ouellette, in his unceasing effort to bring all people to a mutual respect and spiritual commonality, is often accused of serving "two masters" by his peers and critics. In Matthew 6:24 Jesus states, "No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other." Is the Esoteric Mysticism program a violation of what Jesus taught?

Bishop Ouellette attempts to set the record clear, once and for all, dispelling as much confusion as is possible while answering the age-old question: Can We [like the popular bumper-sticker] Co-Exist or are we just too spiritually incompatible to do so?

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Want to become a paranormal investigator for Atlanta, Georgia?

St. GeorgeThe Order of Exorcists administrated under Archbishop Ron Feyl and the Reverend Mother Susan of the Old Roman Catholic Jurisdiction of the Sacred Order of St. Michael the Archangel is an affiliation of bishops, priests, and investigators operating in more than 24 countries around the world.

Our purpose is to make available to the general public a professional investigation protocol for demonic and paranormal activity. We serve the needs of anyone who may feel that they have a genuine demonic and/or paranormal disturbance active within their home or family.

The Atlanta Division falls under the jurisdiction of Bishop Bryan D. Ouellette, Ph.D., SOSM of the Holy Nicholean Catholic and Holy Imperial Russian Orthodox Churches.

If you or someone in your family feels that they may be having...
  • Domestic paranormal disturbances
  • Suspected demonic oppression
  • Suspected ghost or spirit activity
  • Suspected demonic possession
...we are here to help.

Please use the contact form if you live within the Atlanta, Georgia area and would like to be contacted by our investigation team. We will meet with you and evaluate your case discretely and efficiently.

At the present time, the Order of Exorcists: Atlanta, Georgia Division is recruiting new members for its paranormal investigation team. If you live in the Atlanta, Georgia area and are interested in becoming professionally trained to be an investigator with us, please fill out our application request form.

It is an unfortunate reality that most Christian churches today will not assist with these situations and may even deny that such events exist. Our investigation process, however, is streamlined and effective with more than 35 years of professional experience behind it. All of our services are free of charge and are offered as a courtesy of the Catholic Church by the Grace of God. Don't live in fear. These circumstances are real and are nothing to be embarrassed about. We will help you get through it.


Sunday, April 12, 2015

The Order of Exorcists

Patriarch Nicholas III in mundo +Bryan D. Ouellette, Ph.D. would like to officially announce that he has joined the Order of Exorcists operating under the Old Roman Catholic Jurisdiction of the Sacred Order of St. Michael the Archangel. Presiding Archbishop of the Order, +Ron Feyl, has indicated that Bishop Ouellette will be designated exorcist bishop and will lead his own jurisdiction of the Order for the Atlanta, Georgia area.

As such, Bishop Ouellette will need to begin recruiting a demonic/paranormal investigation team to assist him with cases as they are presented to his office. If anyone in the Atlanta, Georgia area is interested in becoming professionally trained to be such an investigator and work on the Atlanta division's team, please contact office@nicholean.org with your request or go the website at: