Excerpt from OCCNA page

Denis Garrison and his group admit here that they, not THEOCACNA, established the Roman Orthdox Church. When Garrison first formed the OCCNA he attempted to claim they were THEOCACNA under this new name.

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The Roman Orthodox Church is a Charter Church of the OCCNA. It is a western rite within the OCCNA that expresses its Orthodoxy through the Holy Rule of St. Benedict. St. Benedict was a pre-schism western saint, who offers us an example of traditional western orthodoxy. The "Old Roman" identity is merely a tool to reach western hearts. It is both Orthodox and familiar, rather than the unfamiliar estern pattern of worship. For the first millennium, Rome was Orthodox.

A statement on Churches that are in communion with the OCCNA can be found on the Roman Orthodox Church site.