About the Cathedral
The first Chaldean and Assyrian people to immigrate to the United States arrived at the end of the nineteenth century. Although small in number, they were spread across the country by the middle of the twentieth century. St. Peter Chaldean Catholic parish was established in 1973 with Father Peter Kattoula as its first pastor.
The present church building was completed in 1983 and dedicated on September 10 of that year. It has a seating capacity of 600 people. The church hall was opened on November 29, 1989. It became a cathedral when the Eparchy of St. Peter the Apostle was established in 2002.
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