Category: Catholics Mean Business

  • #49 How to Remove Duplicity From Your Life.

    #49 How to Remove Duplicity From Your Life.

    Today the Church celebrated St. Bartholomew, referred to as Nathanael when first introduced to Jesus. He was given an amazing compliment by the Lord when told he had “no duplicity in him”.

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  • #47 The Rosary For The Persecuted (and our persecutors)

    #47 The Rosary For The Persecuted (and our persecutors)

    In recent years, Christian persecution has spread like a plague across the globe. On every continent, the Body of Christ is being chastised, oppressed, kidnapped, jailed, tortured, raped and killed! However, take heart fellow members. Hope is never lost. God has a plan to deal with the evil in this world, and here is how you can participate in that plan for spiritual combat and ultimate victory!

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  • #46 This is Truly Inspiring – Taste and See!

    #46 This is Truly Inspiring – Taste and See!

    When Alan Naiman passed away he left a fortune to several children’s charities. Some of them were small, and received their single largest donation ever. A wonderful story, but beyond the sweet shock of his financial generosity, there are a few lessons here for us all!

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  • #44 Examination of Conscience for the Catholic Professional

    #44 Examination of Conscience for the Catholic Professional

    For Catholic Professionals willing to embrace the Sacrament of Reconciliation (either for the first time in a long time, or on a routine basis), confession is actually a secret weapon, an Ace up the sleeve, for successful navigation of both our personal and corporate lives!

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  • #41 The Effective Genius of Mother Teresa

    #41 The Effective Genius of Mother Teresa

    Mention her name and images of a small, frail and elderly nun comforting the sick, holding children or kneeling in prayer come to mind. But this little woman was also an inspiring entrepreneurial spirit, a passionate and driven voice for the needy to world leaders and a titan of management!  

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  • #35  Are You Afraid to Ask for Help?

    #35 Are You Afraid to Ask for Help?

    “Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened.” Matthew 7:7 We all have those aha moments when it comes to God. Moments when we are blessed with clarity. We see glimpses of how God is truly behind everything, sometimes guiding us through situations, […]

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  • #34 Who or What Do You Serve?

    #34 Who or What Do You Serve?

    “No one can serve two masters. He will either hate one and love the other, or be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.*” Mark 6:24 Hate money to love God? I immediately asked: why does it have to be one or the other? I was in my late […]

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  • #33 Who is your Source of Wisdom?

    #33 Who is your Source of Wisdom?

    “The just man’s lips nourish many, but fools die for want of sense.” Proverbs 10:21 Who do you go to for guidance when you need direction? When you have something really bothering you, when you find yourself in a situation and don’t know what your next move should be, who comes to mind first? Picture […]

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  • #32 What Value Do You Place on Truth?

    #32 What Value Do You Place on Truth?

    Jesus was talking to those who chose to follow him, and he laid out what is known as the conditions of discipleship. In doing so, he asked a really powerful question: “What profit is there for one to gain the whole world yet lose or forfeit himself?” Luke 9:25 We do not live on this […]

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  • #31 How Can A Book (and this blog) Help Me Mind My Business?

    #31 How Can A Book (and this blog) Help Me Mind My Business?

    Your business. Think about your current job, your most recent paycheck. Is it really yours? You work hard enough for it. You pay the taxes. You incur all the costs of your life. You shoulder the responsibilities. But is it really yours? It is written in the Bible that everything belongs to God, and that […]

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