By reusing empty spaces, the Church can use her patrimony to continue her salvific mission, offering shelter to the homeless, food to the hungry and care to the sick, treating all of God’s children with the dignity they deserve.
The Church is called to be a good steward of the earth. All of God’s gifts, including the very land itself, must be used to further the Church’s apostolic and evangelizing mission.
The Christian family, just like the Church, has a missionary role. Holy matrimony includes a responsibility to defend and spread the faith.
By understanding better the Church’s ancient and ever new love of sacred spaces, the possibilities of real estate and the new evangelization should become clearer – and that much more passionate!
“The beauty of wealth consists not in the possession of money-bags, but in the maintenance of the poor. It is in the sick and needy that riches shine most. Wherefore let the wealthy learn to seek not their own things, but the things of Jesus Christ, that Christ also may seek them, and recompense to […]
Students at PCM continue to grow, learn and strengthen the Church, one project at a time.
Our 2021-2022 webinar series was presented in collaboration with the Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate at the University of Notre Dame.
PCM’s model for finding educators to teach future Church Leaders
Reflecting on Pope Francis’ Message to the Members of the “Social Soul in Business Values” Association
Pope Francis encouraged entrepreneurs to generate jobs worthy of the human person, following God’s plan for integral human development.
If the Church is to be a light to all nations, she must first work to be without reproach in her dealings, both spiritual and worldly.