Legatus Magazine March 2020

Archives / February 2020

Featured

Gerald Korson
Many people look forward to their retirement and the leisure that accompanies it, and some hope to retire early. Others delay retirement because their MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Columns

Joe Micatrotto
Feeding the Foodie
My wife Connie and I are members and area councilors for the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem (EOHSJ), based in Las Vegas, NV. We a MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Guest Editorial

Jonathan Terrell
The ordinary experience of a Catholic business traveler provides opportunities for both spiritual growth and evangelization. It also can be a time whe MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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5 Minutes With

Brian Fraga
Henry, 51, runs Holy Trinity Catering, a ministry that serves meals for church groups, civic organizations, the poor, and those who find themselves in MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Featured

Patti Armstrong
Members of Legatus are many things: leaders, business owners, directors, philanthropists, and at least in two cases, matchmakers. MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Columns

Stephen Henley
Executive Director
Each of us has a mission in life: to get to heaven and take as many with us as possible. Beyond that mission, everything else is ancillary. Because we MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Books

There’s a “man crisis” in the Catholic Church today and indeed throughout society. Men need to step up and become what real men are supposed to MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Movies

A new documentary film releasing in March, I Am Patrick, relates the true story of this great fifth-century “Apostle to Ireland” as told by Patric MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Books

Baptism infuses the Christian with the gift of faith, but there are two other theological virtues –hope and love – also bestowed – and often neg MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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Books

Can a good capitalist also be a good Christian? Yes, says Jay W. Richards, with emphasis. Here the research assistant professor at the Busch School of MORE
Feb 01, 2020
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