Events, Workshops and Fellowships


June 3, 2017 - Lanham, MD

The Celebration of Saints of Africa

FLYER


August 5-7, 2016 - Washington DC

Responding to the New Evangelization:

The African Catholic Family, a gift to the Church in America.

FLYER | EVENT REGISTRATION


September 22-25, 2015

WORLD MEETING 2015

Called together from all over the world in celebration of the family, the sanctuary of love and life

FLYER | REGISTRATION FORM


September 6-8, 2013

Third National Gathering

The National Association of African Catholics in the US (NAACUS), Celebrating the Year of Faith.
“NAACUS: One Faith, One Body in the Era of the New Evangelization” Join African Catholics for: Workshops, Prayers, Eucharistic Celebration, Sacrament of Reconciliation and Special African Celebration.

FLYER | REGISTRATION FORM


August 3-5, 2012

Second African National Eucharistic Congress

The Secretariat of Cultural Diversity in the Church/USCCB invites all to join African Catholics for a time of prayer, enrichment, and fellowship in the Second African National Eucharistic Congress. The Congress will include an opening Eucharistic celebration, Eucharistic adoration and all-night vigil, enlightening and inspiring workshops on the Eucharistic, breakout/dialogue sessions, youth workshop and essay competition award.

FLYER | PRAYER | YOUTH ESSAY CONTEST


July 16-18, 2010

NAACUS 2010 Annual Gathering
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April 24, 2010

Alliance for Progressive Africa: Celebrating African Diversity - St . Agnes Catholic Church 1619 California Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45237.  Invitation Extended to All Who Have a Heart For Africa. Download PDF


April 17-19, 2010

Justice in Africa: On Whose Terms? - Holiday Inn, Rosslyn at Key Bridge Arlington, VA 22209 Washington, D.C./Metro Area.  In contrast to Western systems of Criminal Justice, many African societies allow perpetrators to be reintegrated into the community. Come learn about Restorative Justice in African contexts, other important justice issues, and what you can do. Download PDF


October 31, 2009

The Fifth Annual African Catholic Day of Prayer - St. Mark Evangelist Catholic Church, 7501 Adelphi Road, Hyattsville MD, 20783.   The African Catholic Association (ACA) which aims to bring together the diverse African Catholic communities within the Archdiocese of Washington to celebrate and share their Catholic faith and unique gifts as children of God; will hold its 5th Annual African Catholic Day of Prayer to be held on Saturday, October 31, at the St. Mark the Evangelist in Adelphi, MD. Mass will be celebrated by Most Rev. Donald W. Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington. An estimated 2,500 African Catholics and friends will be present to celebrate mass, enjoy African food, arts and culture. Download PDF


October 11, 2009

The African Catholic Ministry Archdiocese of Indianapolis, IN. will gather in October 11, 2009 for their 4th Quarterly Meeting and celebrate the end of year mass and activities December 2009


October 11, 2009

St. Anthony Ghanaian Catholic Community Diocese of Arlington is organizing: Feeding the Hungry at Christ House in Alexandria VA


November 21, 2009

Concert by Father Leon Foe (Cameroonian priest presently serving in France)


November 22, 2009

Bishop Paul S. Loverde of Arlington Diocese will celebrate Mass for the community and in - Annual Harvest and Fundraiser in Aid of Catholic University of Ghana.


December 27, 2009

Maria Nkukuma Apostel Community (Cameroon) of St. Luke Catholic Church - Archdiocese of Washington - the community will celebrate their end of Year Eucharistic Celebration and the Feast of Holy Family.


January 10, 2010

The Flight of the Holy Family into Egypt: Saint Fortunata Catholic Church was full of God’s loving people Hispanic-Latinos, Caribbean, European, African and particularly Nigerian descent who gathered to celebrate the “Flight of the Holy Family into Egypt”    Dowload PDF


January 11, 2009

Flight of the Holy Family into Egypt, Dowload PDF


June 21, 2009

The African Catholic Association (ACA) of the Milwaukee, WI Celebrated the Feast of Ugandan Maters on June 21, 2009 at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, Milwaukee, WI. The celebration gathered many Africans and their friends to share their faith and unique gifts.


July 11, 2009

Ugandan American Catholic Community DC Chapter: Celebrated the Ugandan Maters on July 11, 2009 at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church, Maryland with other African communities.


July 31, 2009

National Association of African Catholics (NAACUS) gathered the leaders of the different African communities Friday, July 31, 2009 at 6:30PM at the USCCB office in Washington to discuss the Organizational structure, review the Vision, Mission, Objectives and the web-site. September 11 at Kidane Mehret Office 415 Michigan Avenue, NE Suite 65 Washington DC 20017, the African Leaders continued it meeting to look to future and on how to be visible and be part of the American Catholic Church.


August 6-9, 2009

African Conference of Catholic Clergy and Religious in the United States (ACCCRUS) successful 10 Annual convention, in Atlanta GA, The Most Rev. Wilton D. Gregory, Archbishop of Atlanta presented the Keynote Address LEADERSHIP IN THE 21ST CENTURY: The Role of Priests and Religious.


August 14-15, 2009

Eritrean Catholics of Geez Rite in North America 12th Congress and Annual Celebration of Kidane Mehret of Dallas Dallas, Texas


August 30.2009

Maria Nkukuma Apostel Community (Cameroon) of St. Luke Catholic Church - Archdiocese of Washington installed their leadership team August 30.2009, at St. Luke's Catholic Church, 4925 East Capital Street, Southeast, Washington, District of Columbia. Very Reverend Father Antoine Roger Evouna Rector Cathedral of Yaound Cameroon Africa presided.


September 2-3, 2006

First African National Eucharistic Congress.


September 20, 2009

African Catholic Ministry Archdiocese of Indianapolis, IN. September 20, 2009 - African Mass to be held at St. Rita Catholic Church in Indianapolis, IN, September 20, 2009. 

Patroness Prayer

Mary, Our Mother of Africa,
hear the drumbeat of our prayers. 
May Your Son Jesus
continue to bring us joy,
receive our tensions,
and forgive us our sins. 
Help us to walk in His light. 
Help us to help others to do the same.
And bring us to life everlasting,
With the Holy Saints and Angels. 
Amen.


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