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At the time of James Oldo, Lodi was a town of some significance in the North of Italy about 25 miles southwest of Milan. Richly blessed with irrigated fields for agriculture and with the fighting spirit of the Gallic Celts who overran the town in ancient days, Lodi was idyllic. And it was so most especially for James Oldo, who enjoyed an easy life there since his birth in 1364. He came from a wealthy family. He was a painter, a singer, a musician and – it was said at the time – the best dancer in town. Read More

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Just when you thought you knew everything there was to know about the Vatican, this happens. With a little help from its American friends, the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, that same body that came out months ago with a recommendation for a single, overarching, global, financial authority, has just come out with a document titled “Vocation of the Business Leader, A Reflection” and it’s fan-friggin-tastic. Read More

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