Saturday, April 5, 2014

Archbishop Wilton Gregory, Issues Apology for Building $2.2 Million Mansion for himself


This is something we don't hear of often, a man of God apologizing for building a million dollar mansion with money that did not belong to him.  In this case, Archbishop Wilton Gregory used money that was give for charitable purposes.  According to abclocal.go.com, he will be moving out of the mansion. 

According to BlackChristianNews.com, Gregory, who recently moved into a 6,400-square-foot residence, says that construction was made possible by a large donation from the estate of Joseph Mitchell, the nephew of author Margaret Mitchell (author of “Gone With the Wind”). He says that when Mitchell died in 2011, he left an estate worth more than $15 million to him on the condition that it be used for “general religious and charitable purposes.” 

God certainly will bless Archbishop Wilton Gregory for his honesty.

Roman Catholic Archbishop of Atlanta, Wilton Gregory, Issues Apology for Building $2.2 Million Mansion for himself

Wilton Gregory, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Atlanta, has apologized for building a $2.2 million mansion for himself. He insists that he did not use the church’s money, but his decision to build such a big house has still been criticized by...Read full article, here.

 

Source and Photo: BlackChristianNews.com

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