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What is work all about?

How does work and business fit into Christian thought? An interview with Andreas Widmer, manager and director of entrepreneurship programs at The Catholic University of America.

Sunday, the day we do everything nice

Instead of sleeping in and rushing into the car for Mass, a new way to prepare our young children

My need to feel good became irrelevant

After a failed attempt at tutoring, another try: More concentrated on my student than on me …

Steadfast spirit

Serving the poor: Dorothy Day set in motion a grand work of reconciliation that is still bearing fruit today in Catholic Worker houses and farms spanning the globe

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Let’s talk business

The income gap between the top 1% and the bottom 99% is well known: the top earn more than that other portions combined. The average employee “needs to work more than a month to earn what the CEO earns in one hour,” according to The New York Times in 2014. Where does the thirst to have more and more come from? Is greed in our DNA, or are we trying to fill other holes in our lives? Studies show that people are not automatically happier if they earn more. Work and business are not outside our practice of faith but an integral part of it. It’s not about money, but creating value: jobs, service, dignity and fulfilment.

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After a failed attempt, another try at tutoring

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How does work and business fit into Christian thought? Susanne Janssen interviews Andreas Widmer, director of entrepreneurship programs at The Catholic University of America

Dorothy Day set in motion a grand work of reconciliation that is still bearing fruit today in Catholic Worker houses and farms spanning the globe