3 Steps to figuring out our faith and finances

Maybe you don't need to be as stressed out about retirement as you thought.

What does Aquinas say about “retail therapy”?

First in a series of reconsiderations of the 7 deadly sins.

On cyber Monday, pope warns: Consumerism is an enemy of generosity

"Look through your room or your wardrobe ... one way to be generous is to give what we have, and to share"

The world of finance bets on cannabis

The legalization of drugs also affects Wall Street and the pharmaceutical industry.

There are 2,158 billionaires in the world—and they’re getting richer

The United Bank of Switzerland (UBS) and PricewaterhouseCooopers (PwC) report that their wealth grew by 19 percent last year.

New Italian government proposes a ban on Sunday shopping

Returning to a traditional day of rest would benefit families, said Deputy Prime Minister Luigi Di Maio

The only Trappist brewery outside Europe will soon have a taproom

The monks of St. Joseph’s Abbey in Spencer, Massachusetts, might be taking their enterprise to the next level.

US regulator responds to Vatican criticism of financial market practices

"We write to you as finance professionals striving to lead moral lives," the letter said. 

Martha and Mary are alive and well in Bethany, keeping the economy on its feet

Women are part of an exciting new initiative in the place where Lazarus rose from the dead.

How the “zero-waste” trend can help you live ethically and save money

Minimalism has come to our kitchens, not just as a fad, but as a way of life.

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