ACH013: Henriette DeLille was a woman of mixed race in antebellum New Orleans who rejected the social pressure to become a concubine. Tom and Noëlle Crowe reveal how she instead followed her faith to found the 2nd religious order for black Catholic women in the US.
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- Henriette DeLille – Wikipedia
- Henriette Delille Sisters of the Holy Family
- Cause for Canonization site for Henriette DeLille
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