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African American sainthood campaign | PHOTOS

Members of St. Ann Catholic Church’s Social Justice Committee, from left, Ralph E. Moore, Jr., Janiece Jefferson, Erich W. March, Tyrone Wooden, Betty Lutz, Delores A. Moore, Mary H. Sewell and Annette March-Grier are prepared to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith with a special Mass service on Monday November 1.
(KENNETH K. LAM)
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St. Ann’s Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee will launch a campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans.
(Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church’s Social Justice Committee, from left, Ralph E. Moore, Jr., Janiece Jefferson, Erich W. March, Tyrone Wooden, Betty Lutz, Delores A. Moore, Mary H. Sewell and Annette March-Grier are prepared to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith with a special Mass service on Monday November 1.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church’s Social Justice Committee, from left, Ralph E. Moore, Jr., Janiece Jefferson, Erich W. March, Tyrone Wooden, Betty Lutz, Delores A. Moore, Mary H. Sewell and Annette March-Grier are prepared to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith with a special Mass service on Monday November 1. (KENNETH K. LAM)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith, from left, Mother Mary Lange, Venerable Pierre Toussaint, Venerable Father Augustus Tolton, Julia Greeley, Sister Thea Bowman and Sister Henriette Delille with a special Mass service on Monday November 1.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith, from left, Mother Mary Lange, Venerable Pierre Toussaint, Venerable Father Augustus Tolton, Julia Greeley, Sister Thea Bowman and Sister Henriette Delille with a special Mass service on Monday November 1. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Venerable Pierre Toussaint .
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Venerable Pierre Toussaint . (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Sister Thea Bowman.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Sister Thea Bowman. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic ChurchÕs Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including The Venerable Father Augustus Tolton.
Members of St. Ann Catholic ChurchÕs Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including The Venerable Father Augustus Tolton. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Sister Henriette Delille.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Sister Henriette Delille. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Julia Greeley, the only laywoman, with a special Mass service on Monday November 1.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Julia Greeley, the only laywoman, with a special Mass service on Monday November 1. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Mother Mary Lange.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee prepare to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith including Mother Mary Lange. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee, from left, Janiece Jefferson, Erich W. March, Ralph E. Moore, Jr., Mary H. Sewell, Annette March-Grier, Betty Lutz, Delores A. Moore and Tyrone Wooden are prepared to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith with a special Mass service on Monday November 1.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee, from left, Janiece Jefferson, Erich W. March, Ralph E. Moore, Jr., Mary H. Sewell, Annette March-Grier, Betty Lutz, Delores A. Moore and Tyrone Wooden are prepared to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith with a special Mass service on Monday November 1. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Ralph E. Moore, Jr., center, and other members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee are setting up for a special Mass service on Monday November 1 to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith.
Ralph E. Moore, Jr., center, and other members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee are setting up for a special Mass service on Monday November 1 to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Campaign for the candidacies for sainthood of six African Americans
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee set pictures in order to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith with a special Mass service on Monday November 1.
Members of St. Ann Catholic Church's Social Justice Committee set pictures in order to launch a nationwide campaign to accelerate the candidacies for sainthood of six African American heroes of their faith with a special Mass service on Monday November 1. (Kenneth K. Lam)
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