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Management: It's all about Execution

90 minutes of intense soccer action in a world Cup game – a player is fouled, the team members are up in arms. One individual runs up to the center of the commotion – flashes a few yellow cards and directs the players back to their positions – the referee has just performed his job as a manager! 1,286 more words


Pope Francis Should not be Considered Radical


Why a Pope who cares about the poor should be the norm, not the exception

Just over two years ago, Pope Francis rocked the world by choosing to be named after St. 616 more words


The Question the Pope did not Answer: Why does God allow Suffering?

During Pope Francis’ visit here in the Philippines last January 2015, a little girl threw a question the Pope, I think, was not ready for. It was Glyzelle Iris Palomar, 12, who spoke to the Pope. 422 more words

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Cathedrals & Ruins...

Over the years, there has been much discussion within the church and communities of faith about how to reverse declining membership. In the 1950’s it was almost a “Field of Dreams” sort of thinking when it came to church growth. 2,100 more words

Monday Reader: Shroud of Turin Gets Public Viewing Until June 24th

More than 1 million people are expected to head for Turin in the coming weeks for their chance to catch a glimpse of one of Christianity’s most controversial relics, which went on display on Sunday for the first time in five years. 362 more words