On their website, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops state that, “Work is more than a way to make a living; it is a form of continuing participation in God’s creation.” The Catholic Church has always taught that a significant part of man’s dignity is to be found and protected in human labor. Join Jerry and Debbie on the Feast of St. Joseph the Worker as we discuss:
- Are you satisfied with your job?
- Are you retired from a satisfying career?
- Is your employment more of a burden than a blessing?
- Are you currently unemployed, but longing to return?
- Do you feel that most companies respect the basic rights of workers, as the USCCB spells them out – to perform productive work, to decent and fair wages, to the organization and joining of unions, to private property, and to economic initiative?
- Do you have to hold down multiple jobs to make ends meet?
- If you’re out of work because of the coronavirus pandemic, are you confident that you’ll be able to resume your employment?
These questions and more – including your always great lived experiences – will be discussed on Friday. Join us!