Entrepreneurs of the Spirit

Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: St. Jean Baptiste De La Salle

St. Jean Baptiste de la Salle founded the Christian Brothers, which grew to educate and teach the faith to millions of students across the world. Perhaps you have heard of or seen a “De La Salle” school somewhere. This work, which has endured for over three centuries, began unexpectedly and in slow increments. Here we …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: Brian Butler

Brian Butler is the founder of Dumb Ox Ministries— A organization that works with teens, young adults, and families, cultivating authentic masculinity and femininity through the lens of the St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. Through integrated sexuality and prayerful community, Dumb Ox helps others prepare for, and pursue their unique vocations to …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: St. Teresa of Kolkata

Saint Teresa of Kolkata wasn’t just humble and kind. Her faith demanded a depth of courage few can fathom. She was bold, daring, and very much in the thick of it; she didn’t shirk the ugly realities of this world but carried the grotesquely abused and broken in her arms.  She wasn’t always welcome everywhere …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: Saint Maximilian Kolbe

On August 14th we celebrated the feast of St. Maximilian Kolbe. Many know of St. Maximilian Kolbe for his heroic offering to die in the place of another man at Auschwitz. But, did you know he is also the patron saint of entrepreneurs? As a Franciscan friar in German-occupied Poland during World War II, Fr. …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: Dorothy Day

Sometimes, we can idealize the saints and think it’s impossible to aspire to their level of holiness. But the call to holiness is universal—meaning that each person is created to become a saint. This goal is attainable with the help of God’s grace.  Dorothy Day, who is now in the process of canonization, understood this …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: Scott Weeman

Scott founded Catholic in Recovery after his own personal battle with addiction, where he found healing, support, and new life through the help of a recovery program and the grace of the Sacraments. Ever since his own journey toward recovery, Scott has devoted himself to providing the support and resources necessary to help others who …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: St. Benedict

Can you name a company—or country for that matter—that has lasted 1500 years? Neither can we. Yet one Entrepreneur of the Spirit, St. Benedict, built an organization that has stood the test of time. Arguably one of the most influential figures in Western Civilization and Church history, St. Benedict of Nursia was a great leader, …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: Jennifer Baugh

Jennifer Baugh is the Founder & National Executive Director of Young Catholic Professionals (YCP), an organization that empowers and equips Catholic men and women to live out their faith in their work and everyday lives. YCP brings together young professionals in their twenties and thirties into a community of belonging, support, and encouragement at all …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: Kate Sell

Kate Sell is the founder of Mission Advancement Partners—a consulting firm that equips Catholic organizations to reach peak effectiveness by improving these areas: organizational management and strategy, marketing and public relations, fundraising and development, and event planning and management. Over the course of the last twenty years, Kate has come to realize that faith-based organizations …

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Featured Entrepreneur of the Spirit: Mother Cabrini

Leadership books and frameworks pack the shelves but few, if any, are rooted in an authentically Catholic perspective. Yet, in her saints, the Catholic Church claims some of the greatest leaders and, yes, entrepreneurs, in world history. The United States’ first saint, St. Frances Xavier (aka “Mother”) Cabrini (1850 – 1917) was a dynamo Entrepreneur …

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