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Indeed is offering to pay relocation costs for U.S.-based employees who are seeking transgender treatments for themselves or their children and live in states where those procedures are illegal.

Indeed gives employees $10,000 to relocate if workers, kids want transgender procedures 

Sep 5, 2023

By Tyler Arnold

Indeed will offer workers or immediate family members $10,000 to relocate to a state that does not have restrictions on... Read more


Catholic finance firm offers millions in loans, data consulting for dioceses

Sep 1, 2023

By Daniel Payne

Catholic Finance Corporation has issued millions of dollars in loans to regional Catholic groups over the past few decades. Read more

Michael Seifert, founder and CEO of PublicSq., says his love and devotion to God is the reason he built the successful marketplace that connects consumers with “pro-life, pro-family, pro-freedom” businesses. The company is set to become profitable in 2024, only three years after the startup began.

Biblical values-based marketplace PublicSq. set to become profitable in 2024

Aug 19, 2023

By Peter Pinedo

The company’s founder said his faith is the reason he started the business, which is only three years old and... Read more

Pope Francis speaks with Punit Renjen, an Indian-American businessman and CEO of the multinational professional services firm Deloitte, during an audience to the participants of the Deloitte Global meeting on Sept. 22, 2022, at Paul VI Hall in the Vatican.

Pope Francis asks financial consultants to put people before business

Sep 22, 2022

By Hannah Brockhaus

The pope spoke about the role of integral human development in the financial sector during a Sept. 22 meeting at... Read more

Pope Francis addressed a group of Italian entrepreneurs Monday, Sept. 12, 2022, about the need to support working mothers.

Pope Francis asks businesses to support working women: They’re ‘afraid to get pregnant’

Sep 12, 2022

By Katie Yoder

He sounded the alarm on low birth rates and encouraged companies to support pregnant employees. Read more

Pope Francis meets members of the Anima per il Sociale nei Valori d’Impresa association at the Vatican’s Clementine Hall, March 14, 2022.

Here’s why Pope Francis is warning against the ‘temptation of activism’

Mar 14, 2022

By Hannah Brockhaus

‘If you want to be a “soul” in the world of business, do not neglect to take care of your... Read more

Pope Francis meets with French Catholic entrepreneurs at the Vatican's Clementine Hall, Jan. 7, 2022.

Pope Francis’ advice to Christian business executives

Jan 7, 2022

By Courtney Mares

‘Do not hesitate to invoke the Holy Spirit to guide your choices,’ he said. Read more

New tech company aims to provide platform for Catholic businesses

Jun 8, 2021

By Kate Scanlon

A Catholic technology company recently launched a platform for Catholic publishers, small businesses, and religious communities to reach customers and... Read more

Photo courtesy of Amazon.

Mindfulness and meditation 'AmaZen' employee program not religious, Amazon says

May 19, 2021

By Kevin J. Jones

Corporate giant Amazon will offer an “AmaZen” component to employees to encourage “mindfulness practices” as part of its revamped employee... Read more

What Catholic business ethics brings to the coronavirus crisis

May 7, 2020

By Kevin J. Jones

A Christian ethic of service and solidarity must be an important feature of the business response to the coronavirus epidemic... Read more

Pope Francis.

Pope: Catholic entrepreneurs must live out Church’s social teaching

Dec 2, 2019

By Hannah Brockhaus

Catholic business owners have both a grave responsibility and an opportunity to promote the Church’s social teaching in a difficult... Read more

St Louis University: employee who signed abortion rights letter apologized, retracted support

Jun 14, 2019

By Jonah McKeown

A group of 180 business leaders this week signed an open letter, published June 10 as a full-page advertisement in... Read more

Pope Francis in St. Peter's Square during the Wednesday general audience on May 22, 2015.

To be corrupt is to follow the devil, Pope Francis says

Nov 17, 2016

By Elise Harris

On Thursday Pope Francis warned Catholic business leaders against the danger of worshipping money, saying corruption is to follow the... Read more

A look at how businesses can help the poor

Mar 21, 2016

By Matt Hadro

Businesses can care for both the poor and the created world by making decisions that focus on the human person... Read more

Pope Francis waves to the crowd gathered in St. Peter's Square June 15 before the angelus.

Pope to Christian business execs: be faithful, treat workers right

Oct 31, 2015

Pope Francis on Saturday spoke about the vocation of Christian business executives to be missionaries in the world. He stressed... Read more

Frank Hanna. Photo courtesy of Frank Hanna.

Solidarity a virtue for businessmen too, CEO counsels

Oct 7, 2014

Business leaders should embrace virtues like solidarity and mutual dependence among their business partners, employees, customers and broader communities in... Read more

Pope Francis leads the Bishops of Italy in a solemn Profession of Faith in St. Peter's Basilica for their 65th General Assembly May 23, 2013.

Pope reminds businesses of responsibility to help poor, vulnerable

Jan 28, 2014

Business leaders have an obligation to use their gifts to help the poor and vulnerable, working to promote equality and... Read more

An earlier Catholic Business Leaders meeting in Thailand.

International conference to explore 'vocation' of business

Dec 1, 2013

A conference for Catholic business leaders will meet in Thailand in March to discuss Catholic social teaching and the vocation... Read more