17. Venerable Henriette Delille (with the Cord of the Seven Sorrows of St. Joseph worn of the 
​      original habit)
18. St. Josephine Bakhita (with the distinctive bonnet of the Canossian Sisters)
19. Father Augustus Tolton
20. Father Cyprian Davis
21. Venerable Pierre Toussaint

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Key to the Mural's Important Black Catholics

A. The Madonna and Child
B. Angel of the Passion bearing Shackles
C. Angel of of the Passion bearing the Door of Goree Island



1. Saint Peter Claver (with Jesuit Cape)

2. Saint Charles Lwanga (with Palm of Martyrdom and

    Kufi-Crown of Martyrdom)
3. Julia Greeley (with whip that tore out her right eye)
4. Daniel Rudd
5. Mother Mary Lang (with original bonnet of the

    Oblate Sisters of Providence habit)
6. Saint Katherine Drexel
7. Father John Plantevigne
8. Roberto Clemente
9. Sister  Thea Bowman
10. Archbishop James Lyke (with Mitre)
11. King Afonso of the Congo (with crown)
12. Jemmy, aka, Cato of Stono River (with Rosary in hand)
13. Saint Martin de Porres
14. Mother Ursula of Jesus (with Rosary necklace)
15. Bishop Harold Perry (with Mitre)

16. Mother Mary Theodore Williams (with the distinctive 
​      pectoral cross of the original habit

Congress XII Mural

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