The Catholic Pope, On 11/28/2020, Has Appointed Archbishop Wilton Gregory, Age 72, As The First Black Cardinal In The Catholic Church. Wilton Has Served As The Archbishop Of Washington, DC Since May 2019. And During The Same Event, Brunei And Rwanda Got Their First-Ever Cardinals, Cornelius Sim, And Antoine Kambanda, Respectively.
Pope Francis appoints first African American cardinal | US & Canada | Al Jazeera
Wilton Gregory, the archbishop of Washington, DC, made headlines this year for criticising US President Donald Trump.