The Knights of Peter Claver, Incorporated, the largest and oldest continually existent predominantly African-American Catholic fraternal organization was founded more than 100 years ago. It was formed to provide opportunities for Catholic Action to men of color to be actively involved in their faith by living the Gospel message. The Knights of Peter Claver membership now includes the entire family and offers opportunities to engage in a variety of church and community service projects and support various charitable appeals.
Hosted on May 5th by the Greater New Orleans Foundation, GiveNOLA Day is the community’s first one-day, online giving event to inspire people to give generously to nonprofit organizations like the Knights of Peter Claver and the Saint Peter Claver Foundation, creating a thriving community for all. GiveNOLA Day raises money for the community and brings new donors to NONPROFITS like ours. GiveNOLA Day is tied to a national event called Give Local America in which 75 communities across America ask their communities to give back on May 5, 2015. Read More
We are excited to share that we have received official confirmation that the Holy Father will be joining us in Philadelphia in September 2015 for the World Meeting of Families. We look forward to welcoming Pope Francis not only to Philadelphia for the first time, but to the U.S! Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new youth Bible set to hit bookstores this January contains illustrations depicting Jesus as an African-American.
The African American Youth Bible, modeled after the Catholic Youth Bible contains commentaries, footnotes and artwork geared toward educating young African-Americans about Scripture