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This Holy Saturday, in the flames of Notre Dame, we can see our Lady.

By

Luis Almanzar-Galvan

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April 13, 2018

The flames of Notre Dame and more importantly her evident endurance of the fire is a heavenly sign for our church today. Not of castigation, not of punishment, not of lamentation but hope. It is a sign of a new Catholic renaissance to come. God is about to do new and great things, but we must cease to fear discovery and renewal, we must let go of suspicions and mistrust that hold us back from virtue.

Catholicism

Abuse scandals and the call to authenticity

By

Luis Almanzar-Galvan

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April 13, 2018

These revelations (not the abuses) are good because God demands authenticity. God is not satisfied with the appearance of holiness and the smell of incense while in secret the stink of hypocrisy wafts from white-washed coffins. God desires men and women after his own heart whose souls echo the crystalline halls described by St. Teresa of Avila and who permit our Lord to reign supreme in the throne rooms of their souls.

Catholicism

McCarrick and Pennsylvania; Solutions for Accountability

By

Luis Almanzar-Galvan

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April 13, 2018

The New York Times. The Washington Post. CBS News. National Catholic Reporter. America Magazine. Catholic News Agency. These are just a few of the copious news organizations reporting on the Cardinal McCarrick scandal but after so much damage how do we fix it. Here we dive into possible real world solutions that can be made effective with God's grace and careful application.

Catholicism

The Politics of Fear; a Truly Catholic Response

By

Luis Almanzar-Galvan

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April 13, 2018

What is a true and good Catholic to do amidst the divisive uproar all around us in the form of likes, shares, pins, tweets, searches, and blinking screens of various sizes? Read more to find out how to respond to tense cultural situations the Catholic way.

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Catholicism

This Holy Saturday, in the flames of Notre Dame, we can see our Lady.

The flames of Notre Dame and more importantly her evident endurance of the fire is a heavenly sign for our church today. Not of castigation, not of punishment, not of lamentation but hope. It is a sign of a new Catholic renaissance to come. God is about to do new and great things, but we must cease to fear discovery and renewal, we must let go of suspicions and mistrust that hold us back from virtue.

Market Research and Consultation

Hiring for Growth? Know the differences between Employees and Independent Contractors

Whether you are a non-profit organization, a business, a ministry, or a church group there often comes a time when the work we do dictates the need to build community and therefore compensate people for their efforts. This can be a rewarding opportunity to add new skills, points of view, areas of expertise, and personalities to our organizations. Both employees and independent contractors (in the form of persons or groups of persons) can add extraordinary value to the efforts necessary to advance the mission. However, there are some important things to know first. Read this easy to understand overview on the differences in each classification and how to avoid pitfalls in ministry or in business so you can stay on the right side of the law and Catholic social teaching so you can enjoy a fruitful experience in your partnerships.

Social Media

Social Media - Intern or Agency?

Social media truly is the town hall and public square of our day. It has the power to make the intangible tangible and to incarnate ideas, emotions, connections, and relationships. Its important to consider who is leading strategy on this very important platform.