Catholic Economy

Christians welcome coup in Guinea …… | News and reports

[ad_1] In 63 years of independence, Guinea has had three presidents. Last month, the West African nation suffered its third coup. This time, says the local Christian minority, their French-speaking country might do it right. “Alpha Condé cannot come back,” said Etienne Leno, pastor of the Christian and Missionary Alliance …

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Universal Basic Income, Green Policy and “Zero-COVID” Proposed at Vatican Conference on Europe | Catholic National Register

[ad_1] VATICAN CITY – The Vatican this week hosted a conference that brought together a number of politicians, business leaders and economists, many of whom are diametrically opposed to the teaching of the Church, to propose ” comprehensive solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis ”. The organizers …

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Pope Francis: Do not confuse utility and happiness

[ad_1] Pope hosts lunch for the homeless in Vatican – June 2020 Source: Vatican News The Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences is organizing a meeting from October 3 to 4 entitled: “Caritas, social friendship and the end of poverty: science and ethics of happiness”. The event opened today with a …

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Uber launches driver retirement plans in UK

[ad_1] In March, Uber reclassified more than 70,000 drivers in the UK as workers after the country’s court ruling (Image: REUTERS / Brendan McDermi / File Photo) A Uber Technologies Begin to implement the provision of pension schemes for drivers in UK, Months later, they were forced to grant labor …

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Epidemiological effect: lower consumption leads to lower prices for services even with higher inflation; See the articles that dropped the most

[ad_1] In total, ten departments recorded a decline in their order book between January and August of this year (see table below), Refer to data from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), which is responsible for calculating the Consumer Price Index (IPCA), the official indicator of inflation in …

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Blow a raspberry on French democracy

[ad_1] On his way to be the first president of the Fifth Republic to visit the Catholic sanctuary of Lourdes in mid-July, Macron spoke of “the handful of rules that I made on Monday” July 12. The visit was part of his desire to garner the voices of the Catholic …

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NJPN Conference: Framing the Global Crisis

[ad_1] Captioned “Integrating Ecological and Economic Change”, this insightful talk was given at the National Network for Justice and Peace’s annual conference on July 24. Mark Rotherham is a Lancaster-based film and media producer with extensive experience teaching ecology. He works closely with the Lee House Center for Mission Awareness …

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Mandatory jab call for health workers

[ad_1] The national cabinet is urged to make vaccinations mandatory for all hospital staff and create a deployment plan to ensure that each worker has a date in their agenda to receive a vaccine. The call came as NSW reported 105 more cases on Sunday, as well as the death …

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Construction spending fell 0.3% in May as housing slows

[ad_1] WASHINGTON – Construction spending fell 0.3% in May. Growth in housing, the best performing economy, has slowed as activity in areas most directly affected by the pandemic has shown further weakness. The Commerce Department reported Thursday that May’s drop followed a slight 0.1% increase in April and left overall …

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Author to talk about cod fishing in the 17th century

[ad_1] Maine’s First Ship and the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust will host a conference on 17th-century cod fishing at 1 p.m. on July 1 with author and historian Mike Dekker. Registration required for in-person or virtual participation. Contribution photo BATH – Maine’s First Ship and the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust …

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