D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory becomes first African American cardinal in ceremony with Pope Francis


The archbishop of Washington, D.C., made history on Saturday by becoming the first African-American cardinal of the Catholic Church.

Wilton Gregory, 72, was one of 13 men installed as princes of the church by Pope Francis at a Vatican ceremony.


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