Venture development form shows how the ‘noble vocation of business,’ as Pope Francis recently stated, can help small mission-based companies make a big economic impact with human flourishing at the heart.
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From coast to coast, the shrines to St. Frances Xavier Cabrini testify to the profound love, impact and even miracles this Italian immigrant and U.S. citizen-saint known as ‘Mother Cabrini’ worked in the lives of countless Americans.
Bishop Cornelius Sim, his country’s first native-born priest and a 1988 graduate of the Steubenville university, discusses his selection by Pope Francis.
Crafters of priestly garments offer insights of holiness.
The Florida-based coffee company is applying Catholic principles to provide excellent subscription-based java sourced directly from Catholic farmers.
Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, gave its highest non-academic award to the apostolate, which has ministered to 2 million young Catholics over four decades.
Nations and tribes have been hit hard by the pandemic, but Catholics have played an important role in seeing successes in the fight against the coronavirus.
The Black Catholic tradition comes from Black Catholics and is open to all, but parish closures risk losing a treasure to be shared.
Bishop Joseph Strickland founded the St. Philip Institute as the heart of his mission to radically transform the Diocese of Tyler, Texas, into a teaching diocese that would bring people into an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.