Bishop Jugis celebrates Mass for Catholic Social Services board of directors
CHARLOTTE — Bishop Peter J. Jugis celebrated Mass July 17 for the Catholic Social Services Board of Directors before its annual corporate board meeting at the Diocese of Charlotte Pastoral Center.
At left, Bishop Jugis is pictured with several members of the board after Mass.
Also pictured (from left) are: Deacon Ed Konarski; Ursula Bonar, vice chair; Angela Zabel; Bill LaMay, chair; Nick Grasberger; and Dr. Gerard Carter, executive director of CSS.
Board members not pictured include Father Brian Cook of St. Leo the Great Church in Winston-Salem, Dean DeVillers, Patrick Kelly, Jane Matthews, Jim Nuccio, Mike Ryan and Marc Settin.
The CSS Board of Directors is a diocesan-wide body appointed by Bishop Jugis to provide support and advice to the agency executive director. The board gathers at four yearly meetings that are held around the diocese.
Each July, at the start of the diocesan fiscal year, the board gathers for the annual Corporate Board Meeting that includes the bishop and Monsignor Mauricio West, vicar general and chancellor of the diocese.
— SueAnn Howell, staff writer
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