Meet the first African-American cardinal in the Catholic Church

In November, Wilton Gregory, archbishop of Washington, became the first African-American ever appointed cardinal in the Catholic Church. TODAY’s Al Roker spoke with him about America’s racial divisions, having President Biden as a parishioner, and more. The cardinal says his appointment “took so long because we’re still grappling with racism and exclusion.”

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