The message of the Economy of Communion: work as a vocation to express love for others. It’s not a lofty ideal, but one that can become real thanks to role models who share their expertise.
Where do we go from there? Reflections and a new perspective on work.
By Chiara Lubich
How does one somehow re-inject that sense of responsibility for others into economic life, while retaining the good of what we have?
The following comments come from some of the 7,000 people and families who have overcome their reluctance to let others know their financial needs with an openness as precious as the openness of those who decide to share their financial resources.
Proclamations abound for John Welch, an entrepreneur in Indianapolis, Indiana who has made his mark in the business world.
Chiara Lubich has spoken extensively about the Economy of Communion and its spiritual motivation since she found it in 1991
Economy, business, profits — a stimulating, inspiring dialogue on these topics emerged at a college credit course.
The Economy of Communion is raising much interest in the international arena. Participants recount their real-life experiences at the United Nations.