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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

Now THIS Is Big News...

A federal court on Tuesday struck down health insurance subsidies for people in the 36 states that did not set up their own Obamacare exchanges. If the ruling holds through to Supreme Court appeals, the Obama health takeover may die. The ruling "is a ... Read more »

Values Nurture Success

On any given day, our father would say that his proudest accomplishment was realized when franchisees thanked him for helping them achieve their dreams. Starting a franchise empire from scratch, his ingenuity and leadership brought together a group of people to share in his vision. But they couldn't be just any people. They had to be people with values. Read more »

Catholic Business Journal Reports LIve from the Health Forum and AHA Conference...

Catholic Business Journal columnist and pioneering, innovative, proven successful life sciences CEO Thomas M. Loarie is reporting live from the 22nd Annual Health Forum and American Hospital Association Leadership Summit, this year held in San Diego from July 20-22.  Mr. Read more »

Unusual Glimpse At Vatican Financials

Report comes from the Holy See itself... Read More>>

LESS THAN 3 PERCENT: Health survey gives government its first large-scale data on gay, bisexual population

According to a CDC survery, less than 3 percent of the population identified themselves as gay, lesbian or bisexual. Read more »

U.S. Bishops Warn that Senate Bill Would Strip Conscience Protections

.- Leaders of the U.S. bishops have issued a strong rebuke of a Senate bill that would deny conscience rights to employers in the field of health coverage.
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Pope Francis' Comments on Capitalism Wrangle Some Catholics in Business, Inspire Others

While the Catholic Business Journal takes issue with one "fact" that the Wall Street Journal got wrong in its otherwise strong piece, the Catholic business world is indeed taking note—and reacting—to Pope Francis' call for reform in business. 

But, before linking to the WSJ article, please note two things:  Read more »

High-Profile Christian Company Attacked

Full page NY Times ad freely targets a blameless private firm opting out of buying "the pill" for employees. Our U.S. Founding Fathers did not risk life, comfort and property for this... Read More>>

The Business Of Running The Church in America

In Philadelphia, Archbishop Caput inherited a disaster from Cardinal Rigali, allegedly a whiz at running things.  So here's what the new archbishop is doing about it... Read More>>

Smaller-City Legatus Chapters Can Work Beautifully

New one in Louisiana a case in point....

More than 27 years after its founding, chapters in two states contributed to a record-breaking day in the history of Legatus.  For the first time, two chapters chartered on the same day, one  of them with a record number of member-couples. Read more »

It's Not Over Yet

High Court rules for Catholics with small businesses resisting Obama's unconstitutional mandates, but what will happen to cases like the Poor Clares?...Read More>>

Parents Don't Support Common Core

But Most Dioceses Impose It Anyway?  That's a sad fact.  Yet the states of Indiana, Oklahoma, South Carolina, and Louisiana have all rejected the nationalized standards in favor of more specialized and state-oriented systems. Read more »

She Did it for Her Uncle: A Cancer Victor Who Died Hours After Her Race

Ironman competitor Liz Lyles (shown in the photo with husband, Chip) may be a new name on the pro athlete roster, but she's already proving to be one to watch as she quickly catapults into the top rankings.  More than that, media and a growing fan base are already calling Liz "inspiring."  Without broadcasting it publicly, it's clear that her faith and faith-anchored marriage continue Read more »

From Raging Radical to Catholic Priest: How Economics Brought Me to God

I grew up in Brooklyn, New York — not Spike Lee’s Brooklyn, mind you, but Mrs. Goldberg’s Brooklyn, if you remember Mrs. Goldberg, or if you remember The Honeymooners. It was an ethnic Brooklyn without government mandate to have diversity. It was diversity de facto not de jure. Read more »

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