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Pray for an end to abortion

Posted by Thomas

I am watching the March for Life on …click here to continue reading this post

Catholic Business League Leadership Transitions

Posted by Greg Mays

On this, the sixth anniversary, Mike Lalonde is …click here to continue reading this post

Chris Williams Receives the 2014 Catholic Professional of the Year

Posted by Greg Mays

At the September prayer breakfast the Catholic Business …click here to continue reading this post

Feb 21: Aquinas Hosting Fun Evening to Raise Scholarship Funds

Posted by Josh

Save the date for the First Annual Aquinas College Convivium …click here to continue reading this post

CBL Makes Annual Donation to Fund that benefits Catholic School Scholarships

Posted by Greg Mays

In the Diocese of Nashville January is traditionally …click here to continue reading this post

Ruth E. Johnson, recipient of the 2012 Nashville ATHENA Award, to speak at CBL Prayer Breakfast on Dec. 12th

Posted by Greg Mays

On March 26th, 2012, Mayor Karl Dean announced Ruth …click here to continue reading this post

Sister Mary Sarah accepts 2013 CBL Catholic Professional of the Year

Posted by Greg Mays

AQUINAS COLLEGE PRESIDENT, NAMED CBL’s CATHOLIC PROFESSIONAL OF …click here to continue reading this post

John Gromos, VP of Turner Construction to speak at next CBL

Posted by Greg Mays

John Gromos is a Vice President for Business …click here to continue reading this post

O’Brien Industrial Holdings has first victory against HHS Mandate on contraception coverage.

Posted by Greg Mays

The Employer Mandate Lawsuit with Health & Human …click here to continue reading this post

Megan Stack with Catholic Charities to Speak about the Job Training Ctr

Posted by Greg Mays

Megan Stack was recently named one of Nashville’s “best and brightest rising rock stars in business” by the Nashville Business Journal (NBJ).

Catholic Extension to present at the next CBL May 9th

Posted by Greg Mays

Catholic Extension has a long history in Nashville and Tennessee in general that dates back to the early 1900’s. More recently, they have provided over $300,000 in grants to the Nashville diocese in 2011 and 2012 alone.

March Prayer Breakfast features Dr. Wes Ely, Critical Care Physician, Researcher on Aging, to witness for Catholic Professionals at the CBL on March 14th

Posted by Greg Mays

    Dr. E. Wesley Ely, MD, MPH …click here to continue reading this post

CBL February Prayer Breakfast featuring Jamie O’Rourke

Posted by Greg Mays

Jamie O’Rourke A Catholic Professional from the Church …click here to continue reading this post

January Prayer Breakfast featuring Vince Ambrosetti, Catholic recording artist, composer, businessman

Posted by Greg Mays

On October 4, 1977, Vince founded International Liturgy Publications, the oldest free-standing non-profit publisher of sacred music for the Catholic church. He was named Catholic Artist of the Year in December 2001, and has been honored with seven other Unity awards for his music.

Mission Honduras: Breakfast Fundraiser – January 25th, 7:30-8:30am

Posted by Josh

Mission Honduras is hosting a Breakfast Fundraiser on …click here to continue reading this post

Thanks to Bill Whalen

Posted by Josh

Thanks to Bill Whalen for the excellent speech on Thursday.

Bill Whalen

Make sure to check out next month’s guest speaker, Vince Ambrosetti, Catholic recording artist, composer, businessman.

December Prayer Breakfast speaker, Bill Whalen, CFO of the Diocese of Nashville

Posted by Greg Mays

William J. Whalen Adjunct Professor of Law & …click here to continue reading this post

Watch the Video from Prayer Breakfast on Sep 13

Posted by Josh

You can watch the prayer breakfast from September …click here to continue reading this post

Catholic Professional of the Year Award given to Steve Hayes at the September Prayer Breakfast

Posted by Greg Mays

  On Thursday, September 13, the Catholic Business …click here to continue reading this post

AN OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE

Posted by Greg Mays

One of the keys to meditate on for any growth is finding whom you are best able to serve. There are the obvious such as your spouse, children, family, etc. but who else? We can all recall results when we gave of ourselves…truly gave of ourselves to another…and it made an impact.