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WA Delegate: The Grand Principality of San Juan de Sinka (elected )

Founder: The Theocracy of The CCS Founder

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Greetings! This region is founded in communion with the Roman Catholic Church. However, everyone is welcome.

"If God is for us, who can be against us?" Romans 8:31

We were re-founded on 19 April 2015 with the help of the UDL.
We defeated a DEN raid on 29 January 2016.

Regional map*:

*Claim system:
1.Telegram your claim to San Juan de Sinka or Blyskalia
2.Post your claim in the RMB to be discussed
3.Stay a week in the CCS
4.If it is ok, you will be added. If not we keep discussing until we arrive to an agreement


Embassies: Catholic, The United Defenders League, Right to Life, Vatican, The Christian Republic, Res Publica Catholicae Borgiae, Christian, League of Christian Nations, Christianity, Pro Life International, Bracara et Caralis, The conservative christians, Judean League, The Illuminati, The Unified Christians Alliance, Stupor Mundi, and 12 others.Soli Deo gloria, Conservative League, Nelborne Union, Central Pacific Empire, Heiliges Romisches Reich, Alliance Of Neutral Nations, POLATION, Parliamentary Union of Sovereign Nations, Christadelphia, Ravenna, Terrae Sanctae Christianitatis, and Fifth Empire.

Tags: Map, Democratic, Theocratic, Medium, Regional Government, and Religious.

Regional Power: High

Coalition of Catholic States contains 36 nations, the 366th most in the world.

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The Largest Welfare Programs in Coalition of Catholic States

Governments ranked highly spend large amounts of money on social welfare programs. Nations ranked low tend to have weak or non-existent government welfare.

As a region, Coalition of Catholic States is ranked 18,223rd in the world for Largest Welfare Programs.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Federal Tri-State of AquilarisWA MemberInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Eternita Ascendere”
2.The Königreich of BlyskaliaNew York Times Democracy“Frömmigkeit, Freiheit und Ehre”
3.The Holy Republic of GebidiaWA MemberLiberal Democratic Socialists“Cum Gaudia Infinita”
4.The Constitutional Monarchy of Vendee-AnjouDemocratic Socialists“Dieu le Roi”
5.The Holy Empire of OglenDemocratic Socialists“Trust in God”
6.The Theocracy of The Papal States of Pope Pius XPsychotic Dictatorship“Instaurare Omnia in Christo”
7.The Grand Principality of San Juan de SinkaWA MemberNew York Times Democracy“Semper Fidelis”
8.The Kingdom of AlsamreDemocratic Socialists“Pro Fide Et Patria”
9.The Stratocracy of New Eastern PrussiaCompulsory Consumerist State“Powerful now and Forever”
10.The Empire of Ecclesia MilitansCorrupt Dictatorship“Fighting the good fight.”
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Regional Happenings


Coalition of Catholic States Regional Message Board

Thank you Theocracy of CCS!


I do greatly apologize for not being here in the CCS's most critical moments, and beg the forgiveness of everyone for my transgression. I am glad to see the region is safe from nefarious invaders.


A prayer of victory and peace for our friends in CCS:

All powerful and ever-living God,
Guard our churches, our homes, our schools,
our hospitals, our factories, and all the places where we gather.
Deliver us from harm and peril.
Protect our land and its peoples from enemies within and without.
Thank you for granting an early peace with victory founded upon justice.
Instill in the hearts and minds of men and women everywhere
a firm purpose to live forever in peace and good will toward all.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.

You don't have to apologize Synaxis. That raid was impossible to predict, plus it was in the middle of a busy school week. And now we know that the founder has an important responsibility to check in more often. Raiders will be a lot less likely to target us when our founder's most recent government activity is yesterday, as opposed to about a week ago.


The Fifth Empire, with the on-ground participation of a few of its military members, have sucessefully aided CCS in recovering its soverignity; Fortunatly a response of larger scale wasn't necessary. Whenever we get around to re-freshing the Holy Order of The Second Reconquista we'll give you lads a heads-up. It's nice to see everything is running smoothly here once more!


I am back! My nation is strong once again! Our lands are ever more cemented.

Gebidia and Aquilaris

Hello from your friendly ambassador,
Glad to see that you recovered from the DEN invasion. I think it would be a good idea for your founder to make the WA delegate non-executive to ensure that this does not happen again. You can give the WA delegate nation powers by appointing him as an officer (such as in our region).
God Bless,

Hello brethren, I have received this offer. Let's see what do you think:

"I am glad to hear you are interested.
The organization is named the NationStates Commonwealth and it has a temporary founding Charter here:
The Commonwealth will use its forum to maintain contact between its Member Regions. Any player from a Member Region is able to use the forum to get involved with the community and for those regions that wish to integrate further, we can offer your own areas on the forum to develop your region.
The idea is that each region and each player can get involved as much or as little as they wish. There are no requirements set on Member Regions other than honoring the general concept of friendliness between the Members. Of course, if a region wants to get more involved than that, they are able to integrate as much as they wish. Though one of the most important principles of the Commonwealth is that it does not interfere in the internal sovereignty of its Member Regions.
At the moment, there is no official leader - though we are about to begin nominating the first Secretary-General - a kind of facilitator/figurehead for the Commonwealth. Decisions in the Organization are made by a Senate, which each Region sends a representative to.
Let me know if you have any questions.
All the best,

This looks better than many supraregional organizations I've seen, particularly in the protection of regional sovereignty, but I also wonder whether there's any real reason to join. I think if we want to become members of a greater organization, we should seek to become closer to fellow Catholic regions (though I oppose any sort of merger).

I enjoy this idea, but I, personally, feel that we should join once it is fully organized and we can see what exactly their goals and actions are.

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