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Ethical Practices for Leaders and Institutions

These resources can help Catholic business leaders, employers, and leaders of institutions ensure that workplaces are just and that businesses and institutions serve the common good.


INTEGRATING CATHOLIC SOCIAL TEACHING IN FINANCE, FACILITIES MANAGEMENT, AND HUMAN RESOURCES

This resource from the Archdiocese of Cincinnati reflects on the question, “How do we balance our Gospel values of love, solidarity, justice, simplicity, and charity, with the worldly demands of paying the utility bills, managing employee benefits, and maintaining or improving parish facilities?”
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VOCATION OF THE BUSINESS LEADER: A REFLECTION

This reflection from the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace offers business leaders, members of their institutions, and stakeholders a set of practical principles to guide them in living out their roles in service of the common good. Also included: “A Discernment Checklist for the Business Leader.”
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CATHOLIC EMPLOYERS AND JUST WAGES

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul articulates its commitment to paying employees a self-sufficient wage—i.e. a wage that provides the income necessary to meet basic needs without public subsidies or private assistance—and challenges other Catholic employers to do so as well.
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STEWARDSHIP BY FAITH COMMUNITIES

The International Catholic Stewardship Council reflects on why faith communities should be committed to planned, proportionate giving to assist those who are poor and vulnerable beyond their own walls.
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