Features

From the gritty to the pretty From the gritty to the pretty

Jason Jones’ pro-life ministry takes him from the homeless to Hollywood’s stars... 

A mission to the dying A mission to the dying

Legate Tom Moreland’s hospice ministry does battle with the Culture of Death .... 

Birth of a mission Birth of a mission

David Bereit left a lucrative sales position to save babies and co-found 40 Days... 

Summit Speaker: Cardinal Dolan Summit Speaker: Cardinal Dolan

Tim Drake chats with Cardinal Timothy Dolan, a speaker at the 2015 Legatus Summit... 

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Columns

Legatus’ membership criteria Legatus’ membership criteria

Legatus founder TOM MONAGHAN writes about the importance of membership criteria .... 

Time to set the world on fire Time to set the world on fire

PATRICK NOVECOSKY writes that our efforts to change the culture must be rooted in... 

Papal visit to South Korea Papal visit to South Korea

Legate STEVEN MOSHER writes that abortion is out of control in North and South Korea... 

Desperation of Iraqi Christians Desperation of Iraqi Christians

Patrick Novecosky writes that the troubles of Iraqi Christians may soon be ours .... 

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Ethics

The free market & the Catholic faith The free market & the Catholic faith

PAUL J. VOSS examines the Church’s relationship with the free market and business through four quotes from Church documents. He quotes from Pope Francis, Pope Benedict, Pope Leo XII and the Catechism of the Catholic Church. Voss writes that the Church should have an official Catechism of Business. Legates, he said, must to rise to the challenge... [Read more of this article]

The moral foundations of economic prosperity The moral foundations of economic prosperity

DR. ANDREW ABELA explores Catholic teaching on private property, solidarity, subsidiarity, and consumerism. In each case we’d find empirical evidence that living according to Church teaching leads to greater prosperity. A Chinese scholar tried to explain the reason for the West’s prosperity and found that the Christian faith was the key reason ... [Read more of this article]

What is Pope Francis saying to business leaders? What is Pope Francis saying to business leaders?

BILL BOWMAN writes that Pope Francis made some business leaders uncomfortable with Evangelii Gaudium last fall. The Pope wants us to focus on people, on their dignity, on their need for a “leg up,” on their rights to make decisions on their own. Bowman says the best way to do that is to incorporate the four pillars of Catholic social doctrine .... [Read more of this article]

Cultivating the virtues of subsidiarity Cultivating the virtues of subsidiarity

LANCE BYRON RICHEY writes that it’s easy to criticize power-hungry politicians, but if we want leaders who support limited government, they must come from our own ranks. Cultivating leaders demands cultivating virtues. This means modeling humility and patience in our own careers, sharing responsibilities, and seeking out employees who do likewise... [Read more of this article]

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