In this paper, regarding outstanding electrocatalytic properties of metal organic frame works for fuel cell applications, we have synthesised and investigated comprehensively the elecrocatalytic stability of PCN-222 (PCN=porous coordination network) for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) in acidic media. ORR is a main reaction that take parts in cathodic part of a fuel cell and preparation of a stable and efficient electrocatalyst for this reaction will effectively improve the fuel cell output. The 3D heme-like metal organic framework (MOF) was constructed from Fe(III) porphyrin linkers and Zr-6 clusters. The catalyst stability tests manifested that the PCN-222 is much more stable than the other metal macrocycles. The assembled PCN-222 catalyst possesses ultra stability, high activity and excellent tolerance to the crossover effect of methanol, which could be used as a unique alternative to common ORR catalysts in an acidic direct methanol fuel cell.[GRAPHICS].