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The Napa Institute to Host Annual Principled Entrepreneurship Conference in New York City on October 21st-22nd, 2019

By Kate Bryan, Media Contact

Catholic University of America’s Busch School of Business to Co-Host; Will Feature Speakers such as Reihan Salam, Stephen Auth, Dr. Andrew Abela, Dr. Anne Bradley, and More New York, New York (September 10th, 2019) – The Napa Institute and Catholic University of America’s Busch Sc...

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Principled Entrepreneurship

By Msgr. Martin Schlag

Christian businesspeople who are on fire with the love of Christ are very quick to affirm that they experience their work as a calling and a vocation to holiness. They are right! Business is a force for good and a noble profession if we conduct it ethically and with the common good in mind. Cre...

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral: The Heart of New York

By Christine Warner

Often referred to as “America’s Parish Church,” St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City has been the home of the local Catholic culture since its doors opened in 1879. Beyond its local influence, the Cathedral is also a national landmark representing faith and freedom with over six mil...

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Undaunted, Justice Thomas seeks the court’s atonement on abortion

By Tim Busch and Kevin Stidham

Originally posted in the Washington Examiner Another Supreme Court term has ended, and once again the court failed to revisit the question of abortion. In our time, it seems that abortion is discussed everywhere except the Supreme Court, where most justices seem intent to do anything to avo...

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Lay Catholics Must Be More Attentive to Financial Abuse

By Timothy R. Busch, Founder of the Napa Institute

Originally posted in RealClearReligion Sexual abuse isn’t the only scandal confronting the Catholic Church. There is a growing recognition that financial abuse is more prevalent than most Catholics think. Look no further than the case of the disgraced former bishop of Wheeling-Charleston,...

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Religion, state of the church among topics at annual Napa conference

By Elizabeth Bachmann

Originally posted in Catholic News Service WASHINGTON (CNS) — Under the clear, California-blue skies of Napa Valley, 15 bishops and 100 priests gathered with over 500 lay Catholics and women religious to discuss religion and drink wine, brainstorm solutions and smoke cigars, not to mentio...

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