The Marian Heart of America: Our Lady of Guadalupe and our “Post-Christian” Society
Want to change the world? It starts with joy, Archbishop Chaput says
‘God’s ACLU’ Seeks Freedom for the Faithful
  • The Marian Heart of America: Our Lady of Guadalupe and our “Post-Christian” Society

    Remarks by Archbishop Gomez at the 7th Annual Napa Institute Summer Conference

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  • Want to change the world? It starts with joy, Archbishop Chaput says

    In a world that can sometimes seem disheartening, Christians have a path to the future in lives of joy and love, Archbishop Chaput said Thursday.

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  • ‘God’s ACLU’ Seeks Freedom for the Faithful

    The Becket Fund’s head on why religious liberty extends beyond church—and why the ‘Slants’ case helps believers.

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Pilgrimage to Spain and Fatima

Sept 1-12, 2017

This pilgrimage to Spain will be a spiritual journey on the 500th anniversary of the reformation, following in the footsteps of saints Ignatius of Loyola, Teresa of Avila and John of the Cross. We will explore the counter reformation and will also make a special visit to Fatima to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Our Lady’s first apparition in Fatima.

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Good Profit

October 4-6, 2017

Coined by Charles Koch in his 2015 New York Times Bestseller by the same name, ‘Good Profit’ refers to his personal business philosophy, Market-Based Management. Koch believes that business is a noble pursuit that has the capacity to improve the world when entrepreneurship and innovation are placed at the service of humanity. These ideas form the basis for an exciting program in which synergies with Catholic social teaching are explored and developed over three days in Washington, D.C., hosted by The Busch School of Business and Economics and the Napa Institute.

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Principled Entrepreneurship

By Tim Busch

The term, “Principled Entrepreneurship” is defined by Charles G. Koch, CEO of Koch Industries, Inc. as “maximizing the long term profitability of the business by creating superior value for our customers while consuming fewer resources and always acting lawfully and with integrity.” Koch cla

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Labor est Oratio

By Matt Meeks

Work is a central component of both our faith and our daily lives. The average person spends more of their waking hours at work than with friends and family. More often than not, we are working to provide for our loved ones. Work puts a roof over our heads, food on our plates, and clothes on our ba

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Why was Mary Troubled?

By Edward Sri

The Bible says Mary “was greatly troubled” (Luke 1:29). I used to think that Mary was afraid at the sight of the angel. After all, if I were alone at my home in the middle of the day and suddenly an angel appeared to me, I’d probably be greatly troubled, too! But that’s not why Mary was

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