We are Nos Lumine, your Catholic Business Leadership Network. We serve Catholic business leaders who struggle with a sense of a life divided, with work, family and faith out of sync.

Through our weekly engagements with a growing network of fellow Catholic business leaders just like them, they create a more integrated life: with balance and focus on right, Christ-centered priorities, relationships, and a life of joy!

We are Nos Lumine, your Catholic Business Leadership Network. We serve Catholic business leaders who struggle with a sense of a life divided, with work, family and faith out of sync.

Through our weekly engagements with a growing network of fellow Catholic business leaders just like them, we help them create a more integrated life: more balanced and focused on right, Christ-centered priorities and relationships, and a life of joy!

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It’s been said that first, we form habits…then they form us. Conquer your bad habits, or they’ll eventually conquer you. As we begin another new year, for many it also brings new resolutions. I don’t know about you, but I still haven’t tackled last year’s resolutions!

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As we come together (either physically or “in spirit”) to celebrate the Incarnation of our Lord (aka Christmas), we also close out what we can all agree has been an exceptionally challenging year. Further, many of us look to 2021 with either hope or great uncertainty…most likely a little bit of both. The celebration of Christmas, even in these uniquely challenging times, still brings to mind the classical imagery of the Nativity. This includes the three wise men being led to the birthplace of Jesus by the Star of Bethlehem…a singular bright light in an ocean of darkness.

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The Divided Life is the split between faith and daily business practice, leading to imbalances and misplaced devotion to worldly success. It is dominated by self-interest, with no real action on loving and serving God, or the common good. Candidly, we are ALL divided to one degree or another. This is the result of our pride, our concupiscence, our selfishness.

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Of the fire fighters to lose their lives in New York City on September 11, 2001, Father Mychal Judge was among the first. As NYFD Chaplain, he was known to begin each day began with, “Lord, take me where you want me to go. Let me meet who you want me to meet.” We can only presume that he recited that same prayer on that fateful morning. The Lord guided him, and Fr. Judge followed…into eternity.

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