There are no African-American Saints formally recognized within the Catholic Church, but that could soon change. There are six incredible black men and women who are on the path to Canonization. The Catholic Church is starting to recognize their impact and may soon name any or all of them Saints. It's time to hear their stories.
The Archdiocese of Denver is host to one of these six people, Servant of God Julia Greeley. Greeley was an enslaved woman who became free, converted to Catholicism, and consecrated her life to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Find the full documentary at https://watch.formed.org/a-place-at-the-table.
This documentary is not rated, but was made with adults and adolescents in mind. While the film contains no profanity or graphic images, references to slavery and the historical treatment of African-Americans may upset very young viewers.