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    Like any bookworm, I’m always trying to find something to read to keep me busy (at least for a while.)

    Right now, I’m interested in religious works, studies, etc. I believe Jon and LARobert prescribed [u:1lfyb9gt]Rome Sweet Home[/u:1lfyb9gt] by Scott Hahn. (author correct?)

    I was wondering if you guys can list your favorite Catholic literature and I’ll have to check those out soon <img loading=” title=”Smile” />


    pretty much everything I’m reading right now is for my master’s degree – a lot of literature on nonprofit management and the social encyclicals of the Church.


    what is nonprofit management?

    "James":dad0u4b8 wrote:
    what is nonprofit management?[/quote:dad0u4b8]
    Management of nonprofit organizations like churches, charities (i.e. Red Cross, United Way, Catholic Charities, your local food bank). While many management concepts cross-over from the business world, the big differences are in finance and accounting.

    Oh i see. Thanks <img loading=” title=”Smile” />

    What are you planning to major in?


    My degree is church management. I worked in a parish for a few years as a youth minister and now I want to be a business manager.


    That’s pretty neat <img loading=” title=”Smile” />

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