Faith & Finance~Stewardship



Art, Faith, and the Stewardship of Culture
What is the role of art and the imagination in the contemporary church? Gregory Wolfe explores this question at a time when the public feels alienated from contemporary art and an uneasy relationship exists between Christians and contemporary culture.

God and the Marketplace: Why and Where He belongs
"Business, like art, literature, music and architecture is a window on the soul of a culture," says archbishop Charles J. Chaput, archbishop of Denver. The most Rev. Chaput asks business people to reflect on the way they work and what it says about them

Religious Orders Set Pace for Preserving Environment
Several religious congregations have won praise for their efforts to preserve the environment. Here´s what the Franciscans, Benedictines and Crosiers are doing.

Living the Rich Life
Wealthy and powerful Christians should play a special role in the “new evangelization,” and the Church can offer some special pastoral guidance regarding the spiritual challenges that come with material wealth.

Where’s Your Treasure? Stewarding Your Money
The foundation of financial stewardship is knowing what God wants us to do with our lives. When making decisions about money, we must always return to questions such as "Is this helping us to be the parents God wants us to be?"

The Bottom Line: Mixing Business and Faith Successfully
Not all business owners seek to maximize profit. Organizations such as Legatus and BEEJ are trying to help Christian executives hold to their values in the workplace.

Is Your Second Income Worth It?
Faith and Finance

How to Get Out of Debt—and Even Save Your Marriage
Simple steps.

Tithing and Catholic School Tuition
A good decision over whether you should use your tithe for this purpose will depend on your willingness to objectively review your financial situation and apply Christian principles in this area of your life.

Moral Investing: Our Sacred Obligation
Tips for moral investing.

Bankruptcy, but Building
A family steps out in faith and does what God has asked of them.

Attachment to Things
Our enslaving attachment to things prevents our inner freedom. How to overcome it?

Put Your Money Where Your Faith Is
Save, share, invest — and trust in God.

The Failure of Speculative Capitalism
Catholic moral and social teaching tell us that a financial system that purposely channels greed into speculation and usury, rather than into productive investment, is inherently irrational and unstable. A collapse was inevitable.

Give a Christ Centered Gift
Make sure your presents convey the Christian Faith.

Ten Commandments for the Environment
A Christian view of man and nature.

Can Business Be Catholic?
Many may think that Catholicism and business do not mix. But the majority of Catholic colleges and universities in the United States offer business majors dedicated to the unique mission of a Catholic businessmen.

Holy See Statement on Sustainable Development
"Protecting the environment means more than defending it."

Losing Equilibrium in the Ecology Debate
ROME, NOV. 19, 2007 (Zenit.org).- As increasingly strident claims are made over the state of the environment, one side effect is the resurgence of pressures for population control.

Pontiff: Time Has Come to Eliminate Hunger
VATICAN CITY, NOV. 22, 2007 (Zenit.org).- The time has come to ensure, for the sake of peace, that no man, woman or child will ever be hungry again, says Benedict XVI.

Pope's Address to Food and Agriculture Organization
"Peace, prosperity and respect for human rights are inseparably linked."

Pope Invites Responsibility Toward Creation
VATICAN CITY, JAN. 6, 2008 (Zenit.org)- Benedict XVI is asking rich and poor nations take more responsibility for preserving the planet, according to a Vatican spokesman.

Benedict XVI: Almsgivers Shouldn't Seek Applause
Pope's Lenten message focuses on assisting the poor.

Sustainable Development Means to Focus on People
Vatican Observer Addresses U.N. Panel

Stewarding Your Money
The foundation of financial stewardship is knowing what God wants us to do with our lives. When making decisions about money, we must always return to questions such as "Is this helping us to be the parents God wants us to be?"

The Difference Between Socially and Morally Responsible Investing
The list of concerns promoted by most ethical investment funds is long and not especially coherent.

Are We Called to Invest? Why Is Investing Necessary?
Morally Responsible Investing (MRI) consortium topics.

Moral Investing Paradigm Shift
"The only way to master time, in fact, is the way of forgiveness and thankfulness whereby we receive time as a gift and, in a spirit of gratitude, transform it.”

How to be a Moral Investor
Faith-based or morally responsible investing is exploding, as more than 60 million Catholics and millions of other religious U.S. citizens attempt to align their morals and values with their investment decisions.

Dressing for Success
Catholic Reality Television Star Seeks to Help Men Build a Strong Identity through New Apparel Line.


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