George H.W. Bush on Death, the After Life and Almost Dying in World War II

George H.W. Bush on Death, the After Life and Almost Dying in World War II

We at Catholic Business Journal felt that TIME magazine culled one of the most compelling, short video compilations—using only President George H.W. Bush’s quotes and images—that capture well the driving principles, faith and motivation behind the U.S. President we honor this week in his death. TIME—George H.W. Bush, who died on Nov. 30, 2018 at…
‘A man of faith and humility’ Catholics remember President George H.W. Bush

‘A man of faith and humility’ Catholics remember President George H.W. Bush

George H.W. Bush, who died late Friday, served as a fighter pilot in World War II, head of the CIA, vice president under Ronald Reagan, and as the 41st president of the United States. But he maintained throughout his last years that his most important role was that of a father of six. “I can…
Beloved Bishop Robert C. Morlino dead at 71

Beloved Bishop Robert C. Morlino dead at 71

Wisconsin State Journal, Catholic News Agency & original — Madison Catholic Bishop Robert C. Morlino died late Saturday, three days after suffering a “cardiac event” during planned medical tests, the Catholic Diocese of Madison said. He was 71.  Bishop Morlino died at 9:15 p.m. at St. Mary’s Hospital, the diocese said in a statement that asked the…
Beloved Mentor Allan Cox, an early guest on The Mentors Radio Show, dead at 81

Beloved Mentor Allan Cox, an early guest on The Mentors Radio Show, dead at 81

The simple, straight-forward words of advice by Allan Cox to young people— “Do what’s right in front of you”— define a key reason for Cox’ own masterful achievements over the course of his lifetime. A respected and sought-after advisor to CEOs, Top Teams and Boards, Alan Cox’ words and work will long be remembered, passed…
REMEMBERING CATHOLIC BUSINESS LEADER ROY ROHTER

REMEMBERING CATHOLIC BUSINESS LEADER ROY ROHTER

A man I truly admired died last week in the southern California mudslides, the region’s first confirmed victim of the disaster. Live accounts and videos captured the roar and unimaginable force of liquid mud overtaking homes as heavy rains pounded on the freshly denuded, fire-ravaged hillsides surrounding Santa Barbara at the time. The experience must have been terrifying. His wife was