Photo gallery Bulletin The Parish Council Members


    On Sunday, February 24, we are honored to have at 9:00am Mass,  Fr. Arthur Unachukwu.

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    The program for our Black History Month Honor St. Peter The Apostle Catholic Church the first African American Catholic Church in Dallas.                                                                            

    * On the first Sunday, February 3rd : Prayers for the African American and African Family, read by TIFFANY Neal, follow by St. Peter Church History, read by Winona Smith,followed by a spiritual song by the choir. All this will take place at Meditation.            

    * On the second Sunday: Feb. 10th Memorial Tribute to Past Member, a candle  processing by the children, song This little light by the choir, A memory prayer read by Nicole, Song by the choir.(Meditation).                                                                                              

    * Third Sunday: St. Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary:                                                                                     

      * Fourth Sunday Tribute To The Present and Future.

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     If you have been abused by a member of the clergy, or church personnel at any point in your life, or know someone who has been, please report the abuse to law enforcement or the Texas Department of Family & Protective Services at              1-800-252-5400  or www.txabusehotline.org

    You may also contact the Diocesan Victims’ Assistance Coordinator, Barbara Landregan, at 214-379-2812. blandregan@cathdal.org


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    Black History Month can be traced all the way back to September of 1915. In that year, historian Carter G. Woodson and minister Jesse E. Moorland founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History – also known as the ASNLH. This organization was dedicated to researching and promoting the achievements of not only black Americans but all prominent people of African descent. This group would go on to sponsor  a  National Negro History Week in 1926. The month of February was chosen because   the birthdays of both Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass are in that month.   After learning of this week dedicated to the achievements of black Americans, many communities around the country began to organize local celebrations. Although it didn’t immediately catch on, over the years many different cities all across the country began to recognize Negro History Week. This continued all the way into the late 1960s when Negro History Week was transformed by the Civil Rights Movement into Black History Month. However, it wasn’t until 1976 that Black History Month would be officially  recognized by the federal government. Ever since then, every American president has designated the month of February as Black History Month.


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  • February 10 Bulletin

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  • Bishop's Award for Service to the Church

      Congratulation to Dr. Myrna Dartson & Anna Joy!

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  • Photo gallery

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  • Bible Study

     Every Monday in the School Library at 7:30pm 

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