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Marriage Retreat

July 19-20, 2020

We invite you and your spouse to join us at the beautiful Meritage Resort & Spa, in the heart of the Napa Valley, as Dr. Tim Gray, President of the Augustine Institute, walks through the Sacrament of Marriage as a Doorway to Grace, the Spirituality of Marriage, the Aspects of a Missionary Marriage and more!

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10th Annual Summer Conference

July 22-26, 2020

The Napa Institute Summer Conference brings together some of the world’s most prominent Catholic and Christian thinkers each year to engage, encourage, and inspire the over 500 participants who gather for the annual conference from every corner of the country and around the world.

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Laetare Sunday: Finding Joy in Suffering

By Fr. Scott Borgman

Dear Friends, on this Sunday dedicated to Joy, our unique Catholic experience with Redemptive Suffering reminds us that our experience with the Cross reminds us that our Redemption is near. Traditionally the fourth Sunday of Lent is called Laetare Sunday from the opening antiphon

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The Call To Be A Saint

By Francis X. Maier

Georges Bernanos, author of the novel, Diary of a Country Priest, was one of the truly great Catholic writers of the last century: brash, simple, and moving.  He ignored the theologically puffed up,  loved the everyday believer, and that’s for whom he wrote.  But he did it with

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Principled Entrepreneurship In a Time of Woke Capitalism

By Christine Warner & Stephen Auth

Corporate social responsibility is standard and expected in business today. Organizations rally around environmental, social, and governance issues to activate change. But it wasn’t always this way. For decades, scholars, Church leaders, and others have been asking businesses to be more ethic

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