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Catholic Connection – April 11, 2019 – Hour 2

+  Intro and News

+  The Missionary of Wall Street: From Managing Money to Saving Souls on the Streets of New York

  • Segment Guests:
    • Stephen Auth

      Stephen Auth has had a long career on Wall Street, first with Prudential Investments in the 1980s and 1990s, and since 2000 with Federated Investors, where he serves as executive vice presi-dent and a chief investment officer of Federated Global Equities. Steve is a frequent guest on CNBC, Fox Business News, and Bloomberg TV, a long-standing participant in Barron’s annual investment outlook panel, a member of The Economic Club of New York and The New York Society of Security Analysts, and a chartered financial analyst (CFA). He earned his undergradu-ate degree at Princeton University, where he graduated summa cum laude, and his graduate degree at Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Scholar. Steve is a member of the Regnum Christi movement and sits on the national board of the Lumen Institute, which he helped found in New York.

    • Resources:

+  The Missionary of Wall Street: From Managing Money to Saving Souls on the Streets of New York

  • Description: Stephen Auth continued

+  Country Mill Farms v. City of East Lansing

  • Description: "Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys will be in federal court Friday requesting a permanent order that would require the city of East Lansing to allow a farmer to participate in the city’s farmer’s market as he has for years. City officials exiled Steve Tennes and his popular business, Country Mill Farms in Charlotte, after he posted on Facebook that he follows the Catholic Church’s teachings regarding marriage when hosting weddings at his family farm. ADF attorneys argue that city officials targeted Tennes for his beliefs, which one city council member called “ridiculous, horrible, [and] hateful,” and then went to great lengths to expel him from the market until the court issued a preliminary order in 2017 that allowed him to return temporarily." ...
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  • +  Conclusion

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