Denver woman makes pilgrimage from Missouri to Denver
DENVER — Former engineer Ann Sieben walked more than 1,000 miles through two blizzards and torrential rain from St. Louis to Denver to honor former slave Julia Greeley. Greeley is remembered for her charity to the poor people of Denver during the 1800s and devotion to God and is why the Archdiocese of Denver has opened her cause for canonization, Her tomb is at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Denver.