Caphiric Catholicism

Caphiric Catholicism comprises Christian traditions and church families that originally developed during the early modern period in Caphiria and adjoining territories. The term does not describe a single communion or religious denomination, though is sometimes used to refer to the theological positions of the historic Imperial Church. The defining characteristic of Caphiric Catholicism is largely liturgical in nature, with the Caphiric Rite or variations of it being used in worship services being the major signifier of Caphiric Catholic status.

The major Caphiric Catholic body is the Caphiric Church, though derivations of Caphiric Catholicism exist outside of it, particularly within the Latin Personal Ordinariate of Reconciliation and the Protestant Continental Church.