Bishop Peter Jugis, speaking here in 2014, has been a leading opponent of same-sex marriage. But the 46-county Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, which he heads, has no plans for now to stop banking at Wells Fargo, a gay friendly bank that drew Franklin Graham’s ire last week for its national ad featuring a lesbian couple.
Bishop Peter Jugis, speaking here in 2014, has been a leading opponent of same-sex marriage. But the 46-county Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, which he heads, has no plans for now to stop banking at Wells Fargo, a gay friendly bank that drew Franklin Graham’s ire last week for its national ad featuring a lesbian couple. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Bishop Peter Jugis, speaking here in 2014, has been a leading opponent of same-sex marriage. But the 46-county Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, which he heads, has no plans for now to stop banking at Wells Fargo, a gay friendly bank that drew Franklin Graham’s ire last week for its national ad featuring a lesbian couple. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

Catholic Diocese of Charlotte, leading opponent of same-sex marriage, plans to stay with Wells Fargo bank

June 16, 2015 02:15 PM