Solopreneur, freelancer, consultant, self-employed... whatever label you use, it generally translates to the same thing: life outside the traditional office environment. Sure, you're as professional as the next corporate guy or gal. But you get to be "a professional" while wearing flannel pants and shoving in loads of laundry while on conference calls.
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Nancy Fornasiero, a freelance writer and book editor, who specializes in topics such as parenting, education, travel, lifestyle and spirituality. Visit <a href="https://nancyfornasiero.contently.com" rel="nofollow">nancyfornasiero.contently.com</a> for more of Nancy's articles.
The church has had a long tradition of revising and shifting when it comes to theology: the Age of Enlightenment brought to an end to mainly mythological understandings of God, and Galileo's findings caused a shift in beliefs around the cosmology of the universe itself.
06/01/2016 03:23 EDT
What is radical generosity, exactly? It's a unique concept conceived by Vicki Saunders, founder of SheEO, a Toronto-based group that celebrates and supports women-led ventures. Her long-term vision is for this grassroots crowd-funding initiative to take hold not just in Canada, but all around the globe.
11/18/2015 04:11 EST
Despite the undeniable facts (half of the world's Catholics are female; most Sunday pews are occupied by women; the vast majority of North American Catholics support the idea of women's ordination) Pope Francis' 2013 assertion that the "door is closed" to women in the priesthood has remained unchanged.
09/26/2015 08:55 EDT
Radical Grace shines a spotlight on the growing chasm between progressives and conservatives in the Roman Catholic Church. Director Rebecca Parrish was less concerned with the church itself and more concerned with telling stories about these strong women whose convictions, commitment and compassion she greatly admired.
04/29/2015 05:30 EDT
"Why shouldn't women be called to the Catholic priesthood?" This is the question that Roy Bourgeois has been asking out loud since the RCWP ordination of his friend Janice Sevre-Duszynska, six years ago on August 8, 2002. It's the question that landed him in a boat-load of hot water with the Vatican who insisted that he recant his position.
08/09/2014 12:05 EDT
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