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Timely Lessons From Pope John Paul II Remind Us of Truths About Work and Family

By Tim Busch

Originally posted by National Catholic Register:   Timely Lessons From Pope John Paul II Remind Us of Truths About Work and Family COMMENTARY: Two 40-year-old documents show us that the way we work and do business exerts a profound influence on our own souls and the world around us. &nb...

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‘Angels Unawares’ makes a visit to Napa

By Rosemarie Kempton

Originally posted by Napa Valley Register:   'Angels Unawares' makes a visit to Napa   "Angels Unawares," a 20-foot bronze sculpture about immigrants and refugees by Canadian artist Timothy Schmalz, is on view at Meritage Resort and Hotel in Napa through Sunday.   Th...

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Christ Always Offers Hope Amid Disorder

By Tim Busch

Originally posted by National Catholic Register:   Christ Always Offers Hope Amid Disorder COMMENTARY: There are lots of reasons to feel hopeless right now. And yet, as Catholics, that’s the last thing we should do.   If I had to sum up the mood of many Catholics right now...

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Two Wrongs Won’t Right Woke Capitalism

By Tim Busch

Originally posted by National Review:   Two Wrongs Won’t Right Woke Capitalism Some corporations are getting more left-wing, but others’ becoming more right-wing isn’t how to stop them.   Should corporate America become even more politicized? It may soon happen. &n...

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Sacrificing Wealth and Freedom

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Originally posted by Patheos     Sacrificing Wealth and Freedom Jimmy Lai started as a street vendor in China, and after fleeing to then-free Hong Kong, he became a billionaire. Here he also became a Christian. Once Communist China took over Hong Kong, he began working with the pro...

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A Plea to Catholic Bishops at the Crossroads

By Tim Von Dohlen

Originally posted by Catholic Business Journal: https://www.catholicbusinessjournal.com/columns/tim-von-dohlen/a-plea-to-catholic-bishops-at-the-crossroads/      A Plea to Catholic Bishops at the Crossroads I am like so many lay Catholics, regular parishioners in pews and parishes...

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