The Old Roman Catholic Church in North America recognizes the historic primacy of the Old Roman Catholic Church in Great Britain as the church founded by Archbishop Mathew. Furthermore, the Old Roman Catholic Church in North America has committed to partnering with other jurisdictions with the historic understanding of the Old Roman Catholic tradition and beliefs. A list of these partner jurisdictions can be found here.
The Old Roman Catholic Church in North America also has a historic relationship with the Old Roman Catholic Church, See of Caer-Glow located in Florida through the Council of Old Roman Catholic Bishops. The See of Caer-Glow was the title held by Archbishop Mathew and currently held by Archbishop J.J. Humphreys.
The Old Roman Catholic Church in North America is uniquely tied to the Priestly Society of Mercy. The Priestly Society of Mercy, founded in 2017, was envisioned as a way for clergy throughout the Old Roman Catholic tradition to come together and provide the sacraments in a merciful way. The mission of the Society of Mercy is to provide reverent sacraments and minister to all who have need while providing mercy to those who feel abandoned.