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Wilton D. Gregory, the new archbishop of Washington, is the Roman Catholic Church’s first Black American cardinal. Pope Francis today attended a consistory ceremony for 13 bishops at the Vatican. MORE: PHOTOS: 📷: AP

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Pope Francis has elevated Archbishop Wilton Gregory to cardinal, the first African American in Catholic history to hold that rank.

Pope Francis installed 13 new cardinals at the Vatican, including Washington D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who became the first African American to hold the rank

Archbishop Wilton Gregory becomes the first African American Cardinal during Vatican ceremony

On Saturday, Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC, stepped out of his quarters and into history, becoming the Catholic Church's first African American cardinal during an installation ceremony in Rome.

Washington Archbishop Wilton Gregory has become the first Black US national to gain the title of cardinal.

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Pope Francis has elevated Archbishop Wilton Gregory to cardinal, the first African American in Catholic history to hold that rank.

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Pope Francis has elevated Archbishop Wilton Gregory to cardinal, the first African American in Catholic history to hold that rank

Breaking News: Pope Francis named Wilton Gregory, the archbishop of Washington, as cardinal. He would be the first African-American to hold such a position.

BREAKING: Pope Francis has named 13 new cardinals, including Washington D.C. Archbishop Wilton Gregory, who would become the first Black U.S. prelate elevated to cardinal.

Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC -- the only Black US archbishop -- is tapped as one of 13 to be elevated by the Pope in a surprise announcement

On Trump's visit to St John Paul II National Shrine, DC Archbishop Wilton Gregory says that it's "baffling & reprehensible" that a Catholic facility would allow itself to be "manipulated in a fashion that violates our religious principles" for a photo-op.

NEW: Just before Pres. Trump arrived at Saint John Paul II National Shrine, Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory, the nation's most senior African American bishop, issued a blistering statement, saying the Shrine was being "misused" by Trump.

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DC's 1st Black archbishop, Wilton Gregory, slammed President Trump for visiting the John Paul II shrine, saying it was being "misused and manipulated." He said the late pope would never condone tear gas to "silence" or "intimidate [protesters] for a photo opportunity."

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