Julia Greeley, born a slave, lived the majority of her life with a deep devotion to the Sacred Heart, at the service of others in need in Denver.
Episodes about "black catholic"
Born a slave before the Civil War, Daniel Rudd was a Catholic journalist, who was the first black man to own a national newspaper of any kind.
Henriette DeLille was a woman of mixed race in antebellum New Orleans who rejected the placage system and founded an order that educated the children of slaves
Mary Fields, AKA “Stagecoach Mary,” was a gun-toting, hard-drinking, street-brawling black woman on the Montana frontier, with a soft spot for some Ursulines