Congratulations to The Catholic Spirit’s 2017 Leading With Faith winners

| June 23, 2017 | 2 Comments

Julie & Tom Hurley
President & COO, Preferred Management
St. Joseph, West St. Paul

Kieran McNulty, PhD
Professor, University of Minnesota
St. Michael, Stillwater

John Norris
President/CEO, Atscott Manufacturing & Tower Solutions
St. Charles Borromeo, St. Anthony

Rosemarie Reger-Rumsey
Executive Director, Listening House
Assumption, St. Paul

Matt Saxe
Owner, Saxe Chevrolet Buick
Our Lady of the Prairie, Belle Plaine

Robert Stefani
Wealth Management Advisor, Northwestern Mutual
Holy Trinity, South St. Paul

David Tucci
Executive Director,
Owner/Operator, Consolidated Sales Network
Dunn Brothers Coffee Shop
St. John the Baptist, New Brighton

We will honor the winners at the Leading With Faith Award luncheon
Thursday, Aug. 10 at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul

Registration and details

FREE on-campus parking and shuttle service available

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  • Marta

    There are 5,765 registered Latino-owned businesses in MN. Couldn’t we recognize at least someone from this community at these awards? How about our large Vietnamese-Catholic community, which also comprises many business owners? Every year the award recipients are predominantly older white men. I think outreach to these under-represented communities is important. Thank you.

    • Charles C.

      From The Catholic Spirit of March 20, 2017

      “2017 marks the 16th year The Catholic Spirit is honoring Leading With Faith award winners — men and women whose business practices reflect the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Church.

      “Nominations are now being requested from throughout the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis. Winners will be selected in each of three
      categories: large business, small business and nonprofit organizations.

      “Deadline: Please submit a nomination by May 6, 2017 for consideration. An online nomination form, as well as links to print nomination forms, may be found here.”

      It sounds like the solution is for you and other interested parties to nominate such businesses. The Archdiocese isn’t going to go looking among every business to find it’s winners.