Celebrating a Feb. 5 Mass in honor of Black History Month, Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory urged “ordinary people of color” to “vastly improve our world with an understanding of the strength of character that resides within the souls of our people.”
Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory
Cardinal Gregory Answers Questions on Peace, Justice He’d Posed 20 Years Before
Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory of Washington has enjoyed a long career in the U.S. Catholic hierarchy.
Cardinal Gregory’s Message to Black Catholics at Mass: Be Proud
Wilton Cardinal Gregory is the first African-American bishop to be elevated to the College of Cardinals within the Catholic Church. Cardinal Gregory was the principal celebrant and homilist at the Mass.
Reject Racism to ‘Live The Way’ Creator Intended us to Live, Cardinal Says
People must “reject all forms of racism, bigotry and injustice” and recognize “we are each made by God and are deserving of respect and dignity because of just that,” Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory said Feb. 3.