Vatican Radio: Fr. Séamus Finn, OMI Responds to Pope’s Challenges to Global Economy
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Faith-conscious investing responds to Pope’s challenges to global economy
(Vatican Radio) With the reform of the Vatican IOR making a landmark on Thursday, one possible way of putting into practice Pope Francis’ challenges to the ‘globalization of indifference’ in our global economy could be investment in funds for local infrastructure projects.
The Vatican IOR on Thursday released its Annual Report on 2015, saying it’s now “impossible to launder money” through them.
Fr. Seamus Finn of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate is the Board Chairman of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, which comprises nearly 300 organizations and collectively represents over $100 billion in invested capital.
Nearly a year on from the release of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’, Devin Watkins spoke to Oblate Fr. Seamus Finn about how the Holy Father’s challenges to the global economy have been put into practice.