“On Wednesday of this week, Gómez was in Washington to speak to a symposium of the Napa Institute, which would generally be considered one of the leading forums for conservative Catholic thought in the country. His topic, however, was anything but a standard conservative canard: why immigration... [Read more...]“Catholic University ‘Renaissance’ Returns Church Principles to Academic Life”
The Washington Times, reporting on the recent talk that Napa Institute Founder, Tim Busch, gave at The Catholic University of America, discusses the changes taking place at the university, in particular with the new Busch School of Business & Economics. To read the article, please click here. Read More →“Success Will Be Greater With God on Your Side”
As part of The Busch School’s CEO Lecture Series, Napa Institute founder Tim Busch spoke to students, faculty, and staff of The Catholic University of America on why he supports the university and the importance of being “in communion with God and His plans.” To view the video of the talk, please... [Read more...]“About those Unthinking, Backwards Catholics”
In his article “About those Unthinking, Backwards Catholics.” Archbishop Charles Chaput discusses the choice Catholics face in November, and the content of the WikiLeak emails. Read the full article here. Read More →Good news on SB 1146 from the Becket Fund
“Minority students make their case and win – Legislators back down from bill to cut aid after over 100,000 Californians sign petition against SB1146″ Read the full press release here! Further information: http://www.sb1146discriminates.org/#process http://www.sb1146discriminates.org/videos Read More →Coverage of the Sixth Annual Conference in the Catholic Business Journal
Dr. Robert George: We Are in Trouble…We are Now *Ghosts in a Machine* “Special to the Catholic Business Journal by Thomas Loarie, reporting on the Napa Institute – Princeton Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions, Dr. Robert... [Read more...]The Man Behind Catholic U’s Largest Donation Ever
“My wife and I have been involved in Catholic education since 1992, when we started St. Anne’s School in Laguna Niguel and JSerra Catholic High School in San Juan Capistrano. Our two children attended these schools, which offered both an education in the Faith and strong academics. I’ve been... [Read more...]Reviving Catholic Teachings in Business – Tim Busch in Forbes Magazine
In honor of the 125th anniversary of Rerum Novarum, Napa Institute Founder Tim Busch writes in Forbes Magazine about the vital importance of understanding Catholic Church’s teaching on business, and highlights how the Tim and Steph Busch School of Business & Economics at Catholic University... [Read more...]The Tim and Steph Busch School of Business and Economics
The Napa Institute is happy to announce that The Catholic University of America has received six commitments totaling $47 million for the operational needs of the School of Business and Economics and other University academic programs. The lead gift of $15 million from the Busch Family Foundation is... [Read more...]Human Ecology Conference in the News
Media coverage of the recent Human Ecology Conference, co-sponsored by the Napa Institute and the Catholic University of America School of Business and Economics, can be found, below: How Businesses Can Help the Poor by Matt Hadro An Example for Christians by Kathryn Lopez Revisiting Catholic Social... [Read more...]What is the Impact of Faith on Capitalism?
I would like to begin my reflections by clarifying the concepts I use in the title of my talk. Faith is not the same as religion. Faith is the personal conviction of transcendence and of a bond to God to whose revelation we respond. Religion is institutionally organized faith. Religion has the connation... [Read more...]Why Should the Business Leader be Concerned with Human Ecology?
Napa Institute Founder Tim Busch reflects on the vocation of the business leader, in a recent blog post published by The Catholic School of America School of Business and Economics. In preparation for the March 2016 conference on Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America, we turn... [Read more...]The Victory is in the Walk: Linda Del Rio on Equipping Catholics in the Next America
“The Napa Institute has remained steadfast in the goal to inspire the world of the new evangelization, embrace a deeper understanding of our faith and cultivate better stewardship. Attending has been a refreshing time for me and encouraged me in my consulting business with athletes, corporations... [Read more...]Books for Christmas by George Weigel
Books for Christmas By George Weigel It’s been a good reading year and I highly recommend the following to the readers on your Christmas (not “holiday”) shopping list: God or Nothing, by Cardinal Robert Sarah (Ignatius Press): It was the book being discussed at Synod-2015 and with good reason,... [Read more...]The Grittiness of Christian Faith
The Grittiness of Christian Faith by George Weigel JERUSALEM. Walking through the narrow, winding streets of Jerusalem’s Old City on my first visit here in fifteen years, I was powerfully struck once again by the grittiness of Christianity, the palpable connection between the faith and the quotidian... [Read more...]The Saints and All of Us: George Weigel reflects on the Synod
The Catholic Difference The saints and all of us By George Weigel ROME. Amidst all the Sturm und Drang of Synod-2015, something genuinely new in the life of the Church began, and it shouldn’t escape our notice. For the first time in two millennia, an entry in the liturgical books will now read, on... [Read more...]CUA and Napa Institute Conference on Business to be shown on EWTN
The Napa Institute is pleased to announce that Liberty and Solidarity: Living the Vocation to Business, the inaugural conference of the CUA School of Business and Economics co-sponsored with The Napa Institute, is now airing on EWTN on Saturday afternoons. The Napa Institute and CUA are grateful to... [Read more...]“A Slice of Perfection”
Napa Institute Featured in AMU Magazine
Dr. Michael Pakaluk, Tom Monaghan, and Dr. Catherine Pakaluk reflect on the 2015 Napa Institute conference in the Fall issue of AMU Magazine. Read More →Five Pillars of a Decent and Dynamic Society by Dr. Robby George
Dr. Robby George, photo by Kate Capato Any healthy society, any decent society, will rest upon three pillars. The first is respect for the human person—the individual human being and his dignity. Where this pillar is in place, the formal and informal institutions of society, and the beliefs and... [Read more...]Catacomb time?
The Catholic Difference Catacomb time? by George Weigel At Christmas 1969, Professor Joseph Ratzinger gave a radio talk with the provocative title, “What Will the Future Church Look Like?” (You can find it in Faith and the Future, published by Ignatius Press). One of the concluding paragraphs... [Read more...]