African American, African and Caribbean Apostolate

Mission Statement

To discover and promote leadership among Catholics of African and Caribbean descent in the Archdiocese of Newark

To encourage fiscal responsibility and self reliance

To empower young adults to embrace their cultural identity and to refuse to live their lives apart from their savior Jesus Christ

To love who we are and to whom we belong thus striving to eradicate all form of racism and oppression

Sunday, June 23, 2024

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Come together for a Juneteenth celebration, honoring freedom and unity!

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Archdiocese hosts Black History Month Mass celebration

The Archdiocese of Newark celebrated Black History Month with a vibrant Mass on February 25 at Newark’s Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart. Embracing the national theme “African Americans and the Arts,” attendees joyfully participated, singing and dancing along with groups from various Black Catholic organizations. Choirs performed songs in English and African dialects, including the “Black National Anthem,” while ornate banners of Black saints-to-be decorated the altar steps. Many wore colorful cultural attire, honoring their African and Caribbean heritage.

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