Detroit, the first big city in the US to declare bankruptcy, is in a difficult situation. Elizabeth Garlow gives by creating occasions for locals to come together and support local small business, help the city’s economic recovery…
Misunderstandings, interruptions, competition, disappointments – and yet an entrepreneur has found a key: putting the Gospel into practice changes daily life in the workplace
By John Mundell
How can we live our faith in the workplace? Get inspired by Michael Naughton, consultant of the Vatican document The Vocation of the Business Leader. It encourages “servant leadership” – very much in tune with the new pope…
By Sarah Mundell
Communities across the U.S.,like at this Massachusetts parish, are getting involved in growing fresh produce as healthier alternatives.
Based in Montreal, Canada, Spiritours offers travelers an opportunity to focus on the spiritual dimension of life, a chance to stop, reflect and refresh themselves on their journey through encounters with other cultures.
The recycling rate for the world’s and America’s most recycled material—steel—increased to 75.7 percent in the United States in 2005, the highest rate ever recorded in the United States.
Two Chinese companies and the World Bank signed the largest emission reduction agreement on record last December.
The International Ecotourism Society defines ecotourism as “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.”
Texas Instruments executives decided to challenge their team of engineers to design a new cost efficient plant for its semiconductors.
The creations of young Lebanese designer, Tony Ward, highlight nature’s colors and the harmony of the human body.