Virtuous Leadership

alex-photoI am working with the CEO of the Havard Virtuous Leader Institute – USA to bring Alexandre Havard to Denver in February 2015 to speak to the Attollo group and their guests about virtuous leadership. Mr. Havard is the author of Virtuous Leadership. Born in Paris, he is a barrister by profession having graduated from the René Descartes University, one of France’s leading law schools, and practiced law in several European ...

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(Lack of) Catechesis Got Your Tongue?

Blazing HeartHere’s a Latin pearl of wisdom: Nemo dat quod non habet or translated “No one gives what he doesn’t have.”
If I am a lukewarm Catholic, I can’t raise a saint. Without continual catechesis I won’t have the ardor, the fire, the passion, needed to transmit the faith to others in my family, at work or community.

“As leaders, we need ...

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@Pontifex on business

<blockquote class=”twitter-tweet” lang=”en”><p>How I wish everyone had decent work!  It is essential for human dignity.</p>&mdash; Pope Francis (@Pontifex) <a href=”https://twitter.com/Pontifex/statuses/481367133494865922″>June 24, 2014</a></blockquote>
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The Three Levels of Vocation

There are three levels of vocation. Vocation means what God made you to do while on the earth. Your vocation answers the questions “Why am I alive?”. Saint John Paul II believed that only when you are living out your vocation can you find fulfillment in this life.

To Know God#1: The Universal Vocation – To know, love and serve God in this life ...

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