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5 Saints show us how to balance work and family life

Their lives inspire and encourage us when we're challenged to juggle it all!

Young man from Naples creates portable coffee shop to avoid joining the mafia

Born "on the wrong side of the tracks," he's worked hard to overcome prejudice and marginalization.

Adorable video of barista with Down syndrome teaching her protege is a must-see

Nothing sparks more joy than seeing an enthusiastic teacher showing her eager student the ropes.

A lesson from Pope Francis on how to run meetings

The pontiff has some tricks up his sleeve that are both spiritual and practical.

The inspiring way a CEO shows gratitude to his 9,200 employees

Sheldon Yellen really knows how to put his employees at the heart of the company.

4 Practical tips for overcoming initial rejection

Understanding the reason for the "no" and seeing it objectively can help us try again.

CEO’s pay policy is helping employees grow their families and purchase homes

Dan Price took a 90% pay cut to improve his employees' well-being.

A guide to clothing brands and the way their garment workers are treated

When the people who make your clothes can barely feed their kids, what can American shoppers do to help?

11 Patron saints for those in risky jobs

Whether you're a firefighter or a lumberjack, here are some holy helpers who can come to your aid.

Why work must always be followed by rest, according to St. John Paul II

Work is good, but it needs to be balanced by rest so that we can more closely imitate our Creator.

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