A Force for Good
Host Jay Richards shows how Catholicism brings out the best in businesses through morally sound business models, and guides on how to apply Catholic teaching to every deal and decision.
AXIA HOME LOANS
How entrepreneur Gellert Dornay grew his successful home loan company, Axia Homes; Catholic University’s Max Torres explains how to apply catholic social teaching to the business world; how to save money, and more. Hosted by Jay Richards.
A business profile on the Mischel Family and their business Electric Mirror; The Catholic University of America’s Anthony Cannizzaro and Max Torres talk about modern Christian businesses; communism and the early church, and more. Hosted by Jay Richards.
A profile on Vincent “Cap” Mona, a businessman who founded Mona Electrics: the USA’s largest provider of electrical services; Catholic University’s Bob Keith discusses enterprises in blue-collar work; defining charity, and more. Hosted by Jay Richards.
How Marcus and Kelly Daly’s Saint John Paul II inspired business, Marian Caskets, provides Casket Catechesis; Assistant Professor Anthony Cannizzaro discusses skilled trades; how machines impact manual labor’s future, and more. Hosted by Jay Richards.
MICHAEL NOVAK, PT. 2
Jay Richards continues his look into the life and ideas of the late Michael Novak, exploring some of his best-known publications and listening as family, friends, and colleagues share their memories of the influential Catholic philosopher. Part 2.
MICHAEL NOVAK, PT. 1
Jay Richards delves into the life and ideas of the late Michael Novak, an American Catholic philosopher, journalist, novelist, and former seminarian who distinguished himself as one of Catholicism's brightest lights in the 1960s. Part 1.
EMERITUS, THE WINE GROUP
Jay Richards looks into the life and business of Arthur A. Ciocca, who turned a fledgling wine company into the largest wine brand in the world, and then speaks with the Director of the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship, Andreas Widmer.