Saturday, April 5
(Atlanta, GA) -- The Archbishop of Atlanta is putting his two-million-dollar-mansion on the market. Archbishop Wilton Gregory announced Saturday he will sell the Tudor-style mansion he's been using as his official residence. He said money from the sale of the home will go to the "needs of the Catholic community." Gregory has been criticized by people both inside and outside of the church for building the mansion after the archdiocese received a 15-million-dollar donation from the estate of a nephew of "Gone With the Wind" author Margaret Mitchell.