Published: Tuesday, 01 June 2010 20:41
Written by Antonella Ferrucci
The Archdiocese of Crotone S. Severina, together with the EoC and Settimane Sociali present:
Mediterranean School of Civil Economy
June 5, 2010, 9:00 AM
Sala Camera di Commercio
Piazza Castello, 20
88900 Crotone KR
Good Wins: "Forming Oneself With Signs That Make Dreams Come True"
This is the title of the next Mediterranean School of Civil Economy that will presented on June 5, 2010, in Crotone, through a day meeting.
During this time of economic and civil crisis, the diocese of Crotone presents the opportunity to know and deepen in a different way of living economy and business, through the light of the best Italian tradition and in line with the Encyclical "Caritas in Veritate".
The meeting wants to be a laboratory that would give wings to the dreams of young people and give them concrete signs of hope. It wishes to be a chance to imagine and build together a way for development in Calabria, a way that arises from the heart of our Mediterranean culture, that is sustainable and capable of a future.
The day meeting will include a series of presentations in the morning by: Sr.Alessandra Smerilli, Luigino Bruni, Irene Giordano and Giuseppe Pintus, Vincenzo Bova, Alberto Frassineti and Angela De Fazio. Mons.Domenico Graziani, bishop of Crotone, will close the morning session.
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Published: Saturday, 29 May 2010 15:06
Written by Tiziana Nicastro
Announced during the day meeting dedicated to Chiara Lubich
and to the Economy of Communion at the Catholic University of
A prize for graduate theses on the EoC
By Tiziana Nicastro
Published on cittanuova.it on 29/05/2010
Romano Ruffini was a public employee and remained so until his retirement. Then, in 1995, having ended his previous job, Ruffini became an entrepreneur, placing his knowledge and capabilities at the service of a cooperative that works in the information and data transmission sector. His experience is one among the businesses that adhere to the Economy of Communion Project (EoC), launched by Chiara Lubich in Brazil in 1991.
Almost 20 years later, that which was first an intuition arisen from life has by now become a matter of study in university halls. Economists and researchers, even more so in this period of crisis, question themselves on the synergies between gratuitousness, poverty and economic behavior.
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