| Dean Abela presenting his book A Catechism for Business to Pope Francis. |
Photo @ L'Observatore Romano
The conference was focused on whether solidarity and fraternity can be factors in business decisions. Explicitly stated was the knowledge that“corporate responsibility,” as it is commonly understood, is not enough to address the economic problems of our age. Rather, the conference brought together prominent business leaders and members of the academic community to discuss the need for a “more dynamic”understanding of fraternity in economics and the practical implications it would have on the business world. Dean Abela led an interview of five business executives who discussed the application of Catholic solidarity in business decisions.
A Catechism for Business draws together the Church’s Social Doctrine on business, organized by topic and question. It serves as a reference guide for Catholic business leaders who wish to deepen their faith and grow in their understanding of Catholic Social Doctrine as applied to business.
To learn more about A Catechism for Business, please visit the book’s webpage at http://catechismforbusiness.com/
Stewart McHie, Director-Master of Science in Business Analysis