Survey: Please Let us Know What You Think by Dec 21

Survey: Please Let us Know What You Think by Dec 21

Our mission at the Catholic Business Journal is to help transform the business world for Christ. It’s an audacious, bold mission. But we don’t do it alone, nor could we. Our reach has grown over the years and today readers are located in every state in the U.S., and throughout the world—including Canada, Rome, Philippines,…
EDITORIAL: A Call to Action, to Profound Happiness

EDITORIAL: A Call to Action, to Profound Happiness

The odd timing of a few unanticipated deaths, a chance discussion with one of our radio hosts, and the inner reflections that come with colder weather and Advent readings has triggered a sense that now is a good time to announce our renewed commitment to more consistently adding another layer of depth and dimension to…
Christopher Columbus: A Catholic businessman of his day?

Christopher Columbus: A Catholic businessman of his day?

OK, I might get some heat for this one, but it seems to me — before all the secularist, anti-Christian, anti-Judeo-Christian history revisionists rooted themselves in the re-writing of school history textbooks, in mainstream newsrooms, and as college professors and Google algorythm coders — that Christopher Columbus was a good guy, a respected leader and…
EDITORIAL: Eyes Wide Open, Remembering 9/11

EDITORIAL: Eyes Wide Open, Remembering 9/11

On September 11, 2001, during the attacks of that day in the U.S., a staggering 2,996 people were killed and more than 6,000 others were injured. Even so, these would just be horrific but faceless numbers were it not for the 24/7 streaming live media coverage of the attacks and, for me, the unspeakably horrific…