Money & Finance

Cardinal Dolan, Can You Please Clarify?

So I have to admit I’m pretty confused about something one of the leaders of the Church recently said. It seems to be the thing to do lately, so I might as well hop on the bandwagon. I’m not mad about something Pope Francis said, though. I know he’s been in the press a lot …

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Cardinal Dolan Addresses Diocesan Fiscal Managers in Houston

Fiscal managers from around the country converged this week on Houston, Texas for the forty-third Diocesan Fiscal Management Conference (DFMC). The event is both a conference and a convention where fiscal managers and other professionals network and learn about the latest resources available for building their ministries. Timothy Cardinal Dolan, President of the USCCB was …

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3 Business Lessons You Can Learn From…Nuns?

Catholic nuns. When you think of them, you may harken back to grade school, or your great aunt Sister Mary, or maybe even Sally Field flying around your TV screen. But consider taking another look at Catholic nuns. They’re not all rulers, dunce chairs, and old women anymore. They’re marketing geniuses. (Crazy about nuns? So …

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Cleansing of the Temple, El Greco (1591)

Usury and Its Incompatibility with the Faith

Usury: The lending of money with an interest charge for its use; especially : the lending of money at exorbitant interest rates. (Merriam-Webster) Are you one of the few people who ask if a faithful Catholic-Christian in good conscience may practice usury or engage in usurious practices? Now that question would pass off as something …

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