In a deeply polarized society, where folks feel a need to pick sides and fight for an ideology, the man who thinks for himself is not safe. He is the ultimate threat to the establishment. Here’s my take on society, leadership, and fear of the establishment.
Guest contributor Sarah Reinhard considers the challenges of living her faith beyond the pew, in the rest of her life.
This year, I used my business experience to help me grow in Lent. Here are four tips that may help make your Lent a little more powerful, too.
Without a doubt, my Catholic faith has shaped my leadership, especially in the area of human dignity and treating my position as a great responsibility.
How do you discover the true joy of giving? Looking beyond writing the check for the tax break into what really matters and will make a difference.
Recently, I was asked how I stay rooted in prayer despite my crazy schedule. When I sat down and thought about it deliberately, here are the four strategies I came up with.
With All Saints Day around the corner, here’s a look at three quotes from the saints on work.
Digital communications are improving aspects of our relationships. I know far more about my acquaintances and long-lost friends than I would without Facebook. I enjoy keeping up with what’s going on and staying in tune with former colleagues and the business community through LinkedIn. [featured-image single-newwindow=”false”] Digital communication is also a crutch that has cheapened…
Unfortunately, progress has gotten a bad name. The word has been hijacked and many use it to mean a political agenda that encourages leaving moral absolutes and classical values behind. This is not the real meaning of the word progress. Merriam-Webster defines progress as “gradual betterment; especially: the progressive development of humankind.” “Progressive development” itself is not as intimidating…
I returned from another trip to Rome this past week, participating in the second annual symposium for the Foundation for Evangelization through the Media. It was great to see many of the friends I met at last year’s symposium and meet several new ones. The highlight of the trip was Sunday afternoon, getting gelato and touring…