Addressing social, economic and spiritual concerns of all persons of African ancestry
The Black Catholic Apostolate was established in 1986 whose mission is to address the social, economic and spiritual concerns of all persons of African ancestry; to promote leadership; foster evangelization; and address issues of racial injustice through emphasis on family and education programs and the National Black Catholic Pastoral Plan. For more information on the Black Catholic Apostolate.
Timely Ministry Resources for Black Catholics provided by the USCCB
The National Black Catholic Congress
List of Black / African Saints
The African American Catholic Youth Bible
United States Conference of Catholic Bishops
Black Catholics for Life
Institute for Black Catholic Studies – Xavier University
The African-born & the Church Family in the United States
New The History of Black Catholics in the U.S. by Fr. Cyprian Davis
Mass with Gospel Choir
Third Sunday of the Month at 11:00 a.m.
Saint Francis of Assisi Church
1439 Market Street
Harrisburg, PA 17103
Mass in Swahili
Second Sunday of the Month at 2:30 p.m.
San Juan Bautista Church
425 S. Duke Street
Lancaster, PA 17602