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November, A Time To Remember...

The month of November is a month for us to remember – those that served, those that died and the saints.  It is also the month of thanksgiving and for we Christians it is not so much about the traditional Thanksgiving with turkey but rather about thanking God for all we have and all we have been given, especially faith and family.  To be sure we cling to the custom because like many c Read more »

Not Earth Day, but EARTH FOR PEOPLE DAY

The Population Research Institute will be celebrating Monday, April 22, but not as “Earth Day.” Instead, the organization will be celebrating April 22 as “Earth is for People Day.” This is a hugely important difference, find out why... Read more »

Join us for 40 days of Lent...

The Catholic Business Journal invites you to "launch into the deep" with us during Lent.  Sign up HERE to receive one simple, inspirational prayer reflection a day, starting February 13: Ash Wednesday.
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Tens of Thousands to Protest Religious Rights Violations in Unconstitutional HHS Mandate in Cities Coast to Coast

This Friday, June 8 at noon local time across the country, tens of thousands of Americans in over 150 cities coast to coast will take to the streets in public protest against the controversial HHS Mandate during the second nationwide Read more »

First Lawsuit from Business Owner Challenges Obama HHS Mandate on Religous Basis, IL news source reports

200th Birthday of U.S. National Anthem: Do You Know the Fourth Stanza?

 What do you do for a song on its birthday?  Today, September 14, is the 200th birthday of the Star Spangled Banner, our nation’s national anthem. What do you do to celebrate an anthem? How do you honor it?  Read more »

The Ice Bucket Challenge: Rare Diseases Research at Catholic Universities

More than $90 million raised by the ALS Foundation "Ice Bucket Challenge" to fund more research in to what is commonly known as Lou Geherig's disease.  Laudable indeed!  Too bad the ALS Foundation also funds embryonic stem cell research (Note: not stem cell research, which is fully ethical and uses adult stem cells, but embryonic stem cell research, which uses the stem cells Read more »

Business Methods Work In Parishes

Entire conference in Denver just concluded, with this advice...Read More>>

Are You Giving, Inadvertently, To Pro-Abort Groups?

Some Catholics in business do, simply by inattention to the corporate gifts shelled out to soft pro-abortion groups (not including Planned Parenthood, which is the leading pro-abortion group in the US).. Read More>> Read more »

Encouraging and Unexpected News On Architecture Front

Catholic buildings in the South, booming...Read More>>

 

Vatican-Honored Scientist's Stem-Cell Breakthrough

Science, business, and the Church: they can be allies, not enemies... Read More>>

Comedian Joan Rivers, dead at 81

(CNN) -- Comedian Joan Rivers died in a New York hospital Thursday afternoon, a week after suffering cardiac arrest during a medical procedure, her daughter said. "She passed peacefully at... Read More>>

Key GOP Congressman Converts

He has major policy influence, and it is likely to increase if a Republican is elected president in 2016...Read more>>

Meet Four Business Owners Squeezed by DOJ's Operation Choke Point

What do a former police officer, a former commercial real estate developer, a Stage IV cancer survivor, and the owner of a decades-old sporting goods store have in common?  All are busienss owners who have been targeted by what the U.S. Read more »

Just Like That, Three Legal Businesses Crushed At Government Behest

When will they target (directly) yours?  Why would this happen? ... Read more>>

Why You Need Long-Term Care Protection

Five years after my beautiful mother (shown in photo) needed long-term care for the illness that ultimately took her life, I began my career as a financial advisor and started offering long-term care (LTC) insurance to my clients. Over the years I have found that those who purchase LTC insurance often had a loved one (as I had) in their families who needed care. Read more »

Some Hollywood Actors Are Catholic & Proud Of It

Gary Sinise tells his story to the Knights of Columbus... Read More>>

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