Faith Corporation is a private company consecrated to Jesus for the sake of evangelization. Each company voluntarily signs the declaraction of interdependence below.

Declaration of Interdependence

As Faith Corporations and Christian leaders of this economic zone, we believe:

  • We want to assist the Church's missionary mission of making disciples of all nations by bringing Jesus to workers and customers.
  • It is dedicated to Jesus Christ and His Church, with the goal of fostering Christian culture in a company where Jesus resides, so that we will be His people and He will be our God.
  • We want to establish a Christian Space to protect Christian missionaries' freedom from proselytizing.
  • We believe that money should be spent right away, and that the most vulnerable people should be prioritized. "No one can serve two masters because he will either despise one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other." You cannot serve both God and money."
  • We believe that all businesses ought to be conducted by preserving the dignity of a human person and must never be viewed as a commodity that can be bought and sold.
  • We believe, that business leaders ought to constantly discern God’s will, then to serve, finally to lead.
  • To accomplish such requires that we pray for each other and act with clarity that we are dependent upon & responsible for each other, in advancing the Kingdom of God.

FCorp Types

Type A B C D
Name Catholic Social Enterprise Consecrated Company Faith Based Company Diocesan Company
Catholic Impact x x x
Freedom of Evangelization x x x
Business Association x x x x
Spiritual Coaching x x x
FCorp Events x x x x
Foundation x x x
Introductions to other members x x x x
Member discounts x x x
Access to Corporate Brotherly Responsibility from other FCorps x x x
Desc It increases the Catholic presence, increase positive impacts on behalf of Christ, and is a new evangelization by its essence. Catholics who work here serve God simultaneously. Create a consecrated Catholic space with highly effective spirituality & ethics inside. It gives back to the community & helps each other financially. Its impact should be aimed for various missionary work, religious good industries, and social impact companies. * Available for religious congregation only. A for-profit company that provides faith activities. A for-profit company owned by a diocese.


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Christendom 2.0 Declaration of Interdependence Click here to download
to become F-Corp
Catholic ERG
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Get an F-Corp Badge

  1. Sustainable in the next 18 months, either through funding or revenue.
  2. Complete the requirement & the commitments form.
  3. Apply by email along with the PDF version of completed commitment page.
  4. Let us interview & audit your business.
  5. Pay membership fee of SquareRoot(last Annual Revenue)/2 or $1000 min, $250 for new startup.
  6. Receive your membership package, mark it on your product/website.
  7. Renew your membership once expired with similar fee, audit will occur every 3 years.
* This declaration is for education purposes only, not intended to be used as a supporting document or criteria of Faith Corporation.


EVANGELIZATION: CATHOLIC SPACE IS CRUCIAL Read MoreJesus sent His disciples to go forth to all nations and baptize them in the Name of the Father, of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. As history evolved, Christendom has played a significant role in bringing millions to Salvation. Countries like Italy, Brazil, Spain, Philippines, and Poland had shown so much high manifestation of God's glory. However, the primary responsibility of these countries/kingdoms are to let their citizens live in order. They did not exist to evangelize. This condition usually makes their government unable to secure God's position in society in the long run. Regardless of how unstable human social systems are, a centralized community of Christians is a highly effective space to evangelize. Their forms can include union, community, sports, industries, or others.
PASTORAL: PRIESTS MUST JOURNEY WITH THE SOCIETY Read MoreThe Roman Catholic state has shrunk into now a small city of Vatican for various good reasons, but the resulting impact is still far from being publicly acknowledged. The Church that knew how to help societies run kingdoms has no longer direct access to issues overcrowding the media & international interests. When there are voids of pastoral influence in those issues, they are slowly filled by anyone in power who, quite often enough, had no Jesus in the consideration. New forms of designed processes, designed products, designed interactions, designed experiences, and many others have outnumbered the amount of information that can be pastored by the Church unless the Church is on board in the same environment.
WORK LIFE: JOBS & SKILL APPLICATIONS ARE CRUCIAL IN CATHOLIC SOCIETY Read MoreChurch who helped and worked with Artist to make St. Peter Basilica, had become a Church who are praying for artists to come back and use their talent. Industrial, electronics, digital, and robotic eras are profoundly shaped by the world, sometimes without significant Church pastoral influences while being developed. This situation has raised issues like both the Church or the Faith are no longer relevant, later the people of God, then God Himself. A healthy Church is a Church who journeys with the people, in Her operation, there is no economic body in the Church known to the public that can provide plenty of rooms for the same professional skillsets demanded by the society. This situation has made young professionals have no applicable seats in the Church Society. Often enough, the Church is viewed as a place to find spiritualities, friendships, morality, or other humanitarian issues, but She can no longer sustain the life of a person as a whole due to rapid shifts in economy and professions. Let's look at investment, business, technology, medical research, construction, civil, infrastructure, and entertainment as a few examples, many professionals we dealt with have no idea how to help the mission of the Church other than giving their talents when asked. In particular, it was not until recently that Catholics started going after the information technology industry.
SPIRITUAL LIFE: MYSTICISM IS A KEY FOR MAJOR CONVERSIONS. Read MoreSpirituality is often reduced to either way of life or state of mind, making the Holy Spirit confined. Catholics across the globe much admire Padre Pio, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Peter, and many other mystics. However, ironically, many cultures efforts, bravery, or directions to approach total unitive spiritual union with Christ in their Body Soul & Spirit. The fear of being wrong and cannot make mistakes strongly discourages individuals from approaching many parts of deep Christian Spirituality. This fear also leads some to the seek of Eastern Energy Channeling and other New Age Meditations as something fresh, while some Christians do not believe that God wants to manifest in a person more than an alignment of will.
PHILOSOPHICAL LIFE: WISDOM & BALANCE ARE NEEDED Read MoreBeing influenced by St. Paul, the Church was founded on a secular philosophical methodology, the Greek. Over and over again, since Moses, God's people have been influenced and shaped by external goodness around them. With the attempt to get in communion with the Orthodox Church, it might be a good time as a Church to welcome benign eastern philosophies into the Church ecosystem. A notion of balance (or wisdom) is an example of great eastern philosophy that was well adopted by many desert fathers. Practical balancing around equilibrium is crucial in addition to knowledge. For knowledge by itself could be the source of polarization; Fundamentalism v.s. Traditionalism, for example. In contrast, a balance in itself without the Church could fall into ignorant of Truth. Church members, especially in the west, may need to adopt diversity in theological approaches to maintain future communion harmoniously. Distinguishing between dogmas and Spiritualities in a practical culture is very important. We believe globalization does not only impact cultures and economies, but it could also penetrate and open up new forms of spiritualities.
CULTURAL LIFE: INNOVATION REBUILDS A CULTURE Read MoreIf we look at Silicon Valley, when people from various backgrounds and cultures meet for work, they learn not only to respect differences but also to pull out both the strengths and weaknesses of each other to form a new culture. The Church can strategically point out the beauty of each person and thus help shape void culture with love whenever there is an innovation, and by doing so, reduces the impact of cultural weaknesses softly without great & formal efforts. This vulnerable ecosystem can welcome Christ's Love in the forms of acceptance, accompaniment, and love. Note: The end goal is not to use a situation to play over human mentality, but to walk with them & lead them to Christ, just as God accompanied Adam in the new creation.

Controversies came one after another in the world of innovation & Spirituality: economy of sharing, open culture, virtual experience, intellectual property. These were significant innovations with no direct contact with Church until someone brought the Church personnel over to give some insights. We are calling for priests and bishops to walk with inventions and renewal created by anyone. Let's again become a Church that listens, walks, explores, and falls with the people, so we get up together. Being notorious as an impeccable ruler who always disapproves is not going to help society. This vulnerability will hopefully bring back the word "Catholic" to be highly accepted by those whose hearts have been called by the Father. Sometimes, it is not so much about the belief that causes controversy, but how we as Church approach each other. Jesus said, "you will be known by your love".


PROPOSAL: We believe the Church is a society too, more than a pastor, the Body of Christ that should function in all dimension. Therefore, we propose to advance our dream of New Jerusalem in the guidance of wisdom of the Church that allows individuals to dream for Jesus, not as gods like babel, but as disciples of Christ. Catholicer is an ecosystem with Franciscan spirituality to function as the operation-unifier body part of the Catholic Church to build this Christendom 2.0, Catholicer pledges irrevocable obedience to the pope of Rome. Catholicer operates outside, but through, with, and in Jesus and His Church. Building Catholic "FAITH Industries"™, we prepare entrepreneurs and professionals to manifest their full potentials to "love your neighbor" with divine love, charity, spirituality, and mercy onto real human needs through cultivations of resources, actions, cultures, and tools. A place where God dwells and we are His people. Different Charisms but one goal of the Resurrection of mankind.
  1. For Love of God & His Church should this industry be built upon.
  2. We invite all people of goodwill to participate in the spirit of healthy diversity.
  3. We encourage everyone to live and do what Jesus did in the Gospel, not merely believing it.
  4. Just like the Church, Catholicer wants to be a point of unity, not for self-centered individualism, opportunistic addiction, or rebellion.
  5. While keeping their calling in their organization, we invite any religious communities or companies to work with each other in our ecosystem.
We are Christian, another Christ by the virtue of Sacrament of Chrism. Let's dream big and make build industries as our loving sacrifice for Jesus Christ.


Community, Process, & Spirituality are proven to be effective carriers of Evangelization. Together with its different communities, society creates its own identity and culture. Couple for Christ, as an example, at one point had 1 million members. With strategy & structure, a society removes confusion and work for the same mission. Let's look at how much Mercy has been part of the Christian conversation after Pope Francis declared the year of Mercy. With Spirituality, people experience kerygma, love, attraction, wonder, conversions, sanctification. St. Francis' Spirituality & Mystical Experiences have been a vehicle by God to draw millions or billions of souls to Him.

Catholicer focuses on creating F-Corporation concepts to embody these important aspects of evangelization. F-Corporation is a for-profit/non-profit organization certified by Catholicer, for business/charity/others, which bylaws and operations reflect the following:

  • Pledge obedience to a Bishop in a Diocese in communion with the Roman Catholic Church or to Pope of Rome and their successors.
  • That the organization is irrevocably a Catholic organization, will comply with all Catholic Teachings & Local Authority the best they can.
  • Non-Catholics are to be treated with equal opportunities, not to be forced to be part of our faith, but needs to respect the Catholic identity.
  • At least 1 active member from the order of clergy or religious community in the Board of Director / Volunteers.
  • At least one active chaplain to spread the spirituality into the operation.
  • Let a Catholicer Spiritual Program reside within it, directed by chaplain. All Catholics in the organization are encouraged to join as part of their working time. All C-level or Senior Level Catholics' full participation is mandatory.
  • Up to 30% of the profit must be equally reallocated to support Catholic Church (1/3), Charity towards the Poor (1/3), Catholic Business (1/3).
  • Customers it serves will be a mix of Church, Charity, F-Corp, and general public.


is a Catholic Entrepreneur with deep spirituality and catechetically well formed. As an entrepreneur or leader of companies, one constantly discerns the will of God and prays extensively. One is free to exercise their spirituality in how they operate but following the footstep of one or more proclaimed saints in the Catholic Church are much more recommended. Faith Entrepreneur is a formally or informally consecrated person to God the father, and the main goal of his/her operations cannot be other than to evangelize.

Related Church Teachings

In order to understand Faith Corporation and Christendom 2.0, we need to be in one heart accepting various Vatican II council documents & Pope's encyclicals.

  • THEOLOGY OF WORK https://www.ewtn.com/library/BUSINESS/THEWORK.HTM

    Work is one of these aspects, a perennial and fundamental one, one that is always relevant and constantly demands renewed attention and decisive witness. Because fresh questions and problems are always arising, there are always fresh hopes, but also fresh fears and threats, connected with this basic dimension of human existence: man's life is built up every day from work, from work it derives its specific dignity, but at the same time work contains the unceasing measure of human toil and suffering, and also of the harm and injustice which penetrate deeply into social life within individual nations and on the international level. While it is true that man eats the bread produced by the work of his hands5 - and this means not only the daily bread by which his body keeps alive but also the bread of science and progress, civilization and culture - it is also a perennial truth that he eats this bread by "the sweat of his face"6, that is to say, not only by personal effort and toil but also in the midst of many tensions, conflicts and crises, which, in relationship with the reality of work, disturb the life of individual societies and also of all humanity.

    We are celebrating the ninetieth anniversary of the Encyclical Rerum Novarum on the eve of new developments in technological, economic and political conditions which, according to many experts, will influence the world of work and production no less than the industrial revolution of the last century. There are many factors of a general nature: the widespread introduction of automation into many spheres of production, the increase in the cost of energy and raw materials, the growing realization that the heritage of nature is limited and that it is being intolerably polluted, and the emergence on the political scene of peoples who, after centuries of subjection, are demanding their rightful place among the nations and in international decision-making. These new conditions and demands will require a reordering and adjustment of the structures of the modern economy and of the distribution of work. Unfortunately, for millions of skilled workers these changes may perhaps mean unemployment, at least for a time, or the need for retraining. They will very probably involve a reduction or a less rapid increase in material well-being for the more developed countries. But they can also bring relief and hope to the millions who today live in conditions of shameful and unworthy poverty.

    It is not for the Church to analyze scientifically the consequences that these changes may have on human society. But the Church considers it her task always to call attention to the dignity and rights of those who work, to condemn situations in which that dignity and those rights are violated, and to help to guide the above-mentioned changes so as to ensure authentic progress by man and society.

  • INTER MIRIFICA The most important of these inventions are those media which, such as the press, movies, radio, television and the like, can, of their very nature, reach and influence, not only individuals, but the very masses and the whole of human society, and thus can rightly be called the media of social communication.
  • DIGNITATIS HUMANAE Religious freedom, in turn, which men demand as necessary to fulfill their duty to worship God, has to do with immunity from coercion in civil society. Therefore it leaves untouched traditional Catholic doctrine on the moral duty of men and societies toward the true religion and toward the one Church of Christ.
  • Pope Francis to Bishops of Bangladesh “Recognize and value the charisms of lay men and women, and encourage them to put their gifts at the service of the Church and of society as a whole” he said as it is they who reflect the cultural, social and economic reality of a country. He asked them also to increase and develop what he called “a third way in the Church: the way of consecrated life” as consecrated persons, he said, have a crucial contribution to make to Catholic life in the nation.
  • GAUDIUM ET SPES 8-90 The Christian duty of working for peaceChristians should cooperate, willingly and wholeheartedly, in building an international order based on genuine respect for legitimate freedom and on a brotherhood of universal friendship. This is all the more urgent because the greater part of the world still experiences such poverty that in the voices of the poor Christ himself can be heard, crying out for charity from his followers. There are nations—many of them with a majority of Christians—which enjoy an abundance of goods, while others are deprived of the necessities of life, and suffer from hunger, disease and all kinds of afflictions. This scandal must be removed from among men, for the glory of Christ’s Church and its testimony to the world are the spirit of poverty and the spirit of love.Christians, especially young Christians, deserve praise and support when they offer themselves voluntarily in the service of other people, with bishops giving a lead by word and example, to do all in their power to relieve the sufferings of our times, following the age-old custom of the Church in giving not only what they can spare but also what they need for themselves.Without being uniform or inflexible, a method of collecting and distributing contributions should be established in each diocese and nation and on a world-wide level. Whenever it seems appropriate, there should be joint action between Catholics and other Christians. The spirit of Charity, far from forbidding prudence and orderliness in social and charitable action, in fact demands them. Those intending to serve the developing countries must therefore undergo appropriate and systematic training.In order to foster and encourage cooperation among men, the Church must be present and active in the community of nations. It must work through its own public organizations with the full and sincere cooperation of all Christians in their one desire to serve all mankind.This end will be more effectively achieved if the faithful are themselves conscious of their human and Christian responsibilities and seek to awaken among those in their own walk of life a readiness to cooperate with the international community. Special care should be taken to give this kind of formation to young people in their religious and secular education.Finally, it is to be hoped that, in carrying out their responsibilities in the international community, Catholics will seek to cooperate actively and constructively with other Christians, who profess the same Gospel of love, and with all men who hunger and thirst for true peace.
  • REDEMPTORIS MISSIO 46 Nowadays the call to conversion which missionaries address to non-Christians is put into question or passed over in silence. It is seen as an act of "proselytizing"; it is claimed that it is enough to help people to become more human or more faithful to their own religion, that it is enough to build communities capable of working for justice, freedom, peace and solidarity. What is overlooked is that every person has the right to hear the "Good News" of the God who reveals and gives himself in Christ, so that each one can live out in its fullness his or her proper calling. This lofty reality is expressed in the words of Jesus to the Samaritan woman: "If you knew the gift of God," and in the unconscious but ardent desire of the woman: "Sir, give me this water, that I may not thirst" (Jn 4:10, 15).
  • REDEMPTORIS MISSIO 36 Other great obstacles to the Church's missionary work include past and present divisions among Christians,57 dechristianization within Christian countries, the decrease of vocations to the apostolate, and the counterwitness of believers and Christian communities failing to follow the model of Christ in their lives. But one of the most serious reasons for the lack of interest in the missionary task is a widespread indifferentism, which, sad to say, is found also among Christians. It is based on incorrect theological perspectives and is characterized by a religious relativism which leads to the belief that "one religion is as good as another." We can add, using the words of Pope Paul VI, that there are also certain "excuses which would impede evangelization.
  • REDEMPTORIS MISSIO 33-34 First, there is the situation which the Church's missionary activity addresses: peoples, groups, and socio-cultural contexts in which Christ and his Gospel are not known, or which lack Christian communities sufficiently mature to be able to incarnate the faith in their own environment and proclaim it to other groups. This is mission ad gentes in the proper sense of the term.52 Secondly, there are Christian communities with adequate and solid ecclesial structures. They are fervent in their faith and in Christian living. They bear witness to the Gospel in their surroundings and have a sense of commitment to the universal mission. In these communities the Church carries out her activity and pastoral care. Thirdly, there is an intermediate situation, particularly in countries with ancient Christian roots, and occasionally in the younger Churches as well, where entire groups of the baptized have lost a living sense of the faith, or even no longer consider themselves members of the Church, and live a life far removed from Christ and his Gospel. In this case what is needed is a "new evangelization" or a "re-evangelization." 34. Missionary activity proper, namely the mission ad gentes, is directed to "peoples or groups who do not yet believe in Christ," "who are far from Christ," in whom the Church "has not yet taken root"53 and whose culture has not yet been influenced by the Gospel.54 It is distinct from other ecclesial activities inasmuch as it is addressed to groups and settings which are non-Christian because the preaching of the Gospel and the presence of the Church are either absent or insufficient. It can thus be characterized as the work of proclaiming Christ and his Gospel, building up the local Church and promoting the values of the kingdom. The specific nature of this mission ad gentes consists in its being addressed to "non-Christians." It is therefore necessary to ensure that this specifically "missionary work that Jesus entrusted and still entrusts each day to his Church"55 does not become an indistinguishable part of the overall mission of the whole People of God and as a result become neglected or forgotten.
  • REDEMPTORIS MISSIO 37.a Situations are not, however, the same everywhere. While acknowledging that statements about the missionary responsibility of the Church are not credible unless they are backed up by a serious commitment to a new evangelization in the traditionally Christian countries, it does not seem justified to regard as identical the situation of a people which has never known Jesus Christ and that of a people which has known him, accepted him and then rejected him, while continuing to live in a culture which in large part has absorbed gospel principles and values. These are two basically different situations with regard to the faith.
  • EVANGELI GAUDIUM III.15 15. In first place, we can mention the area of ordinary pastoral ministry, which is “animated by the fire of the Spirit, so as to inflame the hearts of the faithful who regularly take part in community worship and gather on the Lord’s day to be nourished by his word and by the bread of eternal life”.[11] In this category we can also include those members of faithful who preserve a deep and sincere faith, expressing it in different ways, but seldom taking part in worship. Ordinary pastoral ministry seeks to help believers to grow spiritually so that they can respond to God’s love ever more fully in their lives. A second area is that of “the baptized whose lives do not reflect the demands of Baptism”,[12] who lack a meaningful relationship to the Church and no longer experience the consolation born of faith. The Church, in her maternal concern, tries to help them experience a conversion which will restore the joy of faith to their hearts and inspire a commitment to the Gospel. Lastly, we cannot forget that evangelization is first and foremost about preaching the Gospel to those who do not know Jesus Christ or who have always rejected him. Many of them are quietly seeking God, led by a yearning to see his face, even in countries of ancient Christian tradition. All of them have a right to receive the Gospel. Christians have the duty to proclaim the Gospel without excluding anyone. Instead of seeming to impose new obligations, they should appear as people who wish to share their joy, who point to a horizon of beauty and who invite others to a delicious banquet. It is not by proselytizing that the Church grows, but “by attraction”.[13] John Paul II asked us to recognize that “there must be no lessening of the impetus to preach the Gospel” to those who are far from Christ, “because this is the first task of the Church”.[14] Indeed, “today missionary activity still represents the greatest challenge for the Church”[15] and “the missionary task must remain foremost”.[16] What would happen if we were to take these words seriously? We would realize that missionary outreach is paradigmatic for all the Church’s activity. Along these lines the Latin American bishops stated that we “cannot passively and calmly wait in our church buildings”;[17] we need to move “from a pastoral ministry of mere conservation to a decidedly missionary pastoral ministry”.[18] This task continues to be a source of immense joy for the Church: “Just so, I tell you, there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than ninety-nine righteous persons who need no repentance” (Lk 15:7).
“A Christian,” said Pope Francis, “must proclaim Jesus Christ in such a way that He be accepted: received, not refused – and Paul knows that he has to sow the Gospel message. He knows that the proclamation of Jesus Christ is not easy, but that it does not depend on him. He must do everything possible, but the proclamation of Jesus Christ, the proclamation of the truth, depends on the Holy Spirit. Jesus tells us in today’s Gospel: ‘When He shall come, the Spirit of truth, shall guide you into all the truth.’ Paul does not say to the Athenians: ‘This is the encyclopedia of truth. Study this and you have the truth, the truth.’ No! The truth does not enter into an encyclopedia. The truth is an encounter – it is a meeting with Supreme Truth: Jesus, the great truth. No one owns the truth. We receive the truth when we meet [it]. But why did Paul act as he did? First, the Pope said, because “this is the way” of Jesus who “spoke with everyone” with sinners, publicans, teachers of the law. Paul, therefore, “follows the attitude of Jesus”: “The Christian who would bring the Gospel must go down this road: [must] listen to everyone! But now is a good time in the life of the Church: the last 50 or 60 years have been a good time – for I remember when as a child one would hear in Catholic families, in my family, ‘No, we cannot go to their house, because they are not married in the Church, eh!’. It was as an exclusion. No, you could not go! Neither could we go to [the houses of] socialists or atheists. Now, thank God, people do not says such things, right? [Such an attitude] was a defense of the faith, but it was one of walls: the LORD made bridges. First: Paul has this attitude, because it was the attitude of Jesus. Second, Paul is aware that he must evangelize, not proselytize.


Our work raised a lot of questions, it is normal and expected for New Evangelization is all about new forms. A bishop said to us, we lift up walls of compartmentalized system and people are confused how to react to it.

  • How do you reconcile BUSINESS & RELIGION?

    The scripture stated, that work is essential to cultivate the creation. We believe, business is not to make money. Business is a holy calling for entrepreneurs to serve God, to cultivate nature, and to love mankind. Throughout history, God has always been working with those who worked. Separation of God and Work have caused so much problem to the point of souless economic result (JP2). God should always be present in all parts of our life.

    Nevertheless, Church as a hierarchy is a different discussion. F-Corps exist to build economy of the Christian society to care for one another. The reason Catholicer chose to be an independent entity, is because it would not be healthy to put businessman under the hierarchy of the Church authority.

  • How do you reconcile MONEY & RELIGION?

    It is embodied in our declaration of interdependence, that our F-Corp, like B-Corp of social-impact companies, is not for making one rich, but to focus on spiritual impacts. The question is not so much about what they do with the money if the company goes big, the first question is usually how can this company even survive for they are heroically committed to reallocate such a high % of profits for others.

  • Isn't using Catholic identity part of Narcisism?

    The use of Catholic identity in Catholicer F-Corps is not to show off or to use branding/marketing strategy. Identity is an integral part to offer the whole result to God, so we, servant leaders, do not get the credit too much. It is also essential to let Catholics feel 100% being in His house, just like in a Catholic schools or churches. In some area of the world where religion is well acknowledged, the lack of identity will hinder collaborations with other Church organs. In other area of the world where religion is controversial, absence of identity may bring lawsuit/danger to these companies.

  • Isn't using Catholic identity divisive?

    There is nothing divisive about opening a Catholic activities inside the company using the ERG structure. Although some take advantages of it to safeguard our brothers/sisters from religious extremism, F-Corps may not be suitable in some areas and its existence must be well discerned in case it may trigger conflicts. F-Corps should not be used to declare superiority or to deteriorate their competitors.

  • Should all companies follow this model?

    However much we hope of a good thing we can share to others, the Lord always has His own say. We are not superior or better than anyone, we are doing this simply because we love the Church, God, and everyone to help them find salvation. We reject looking down on existing good business structure and models out there. They serve their purpose and we serve our purposes, but we hope that we can collaborate with everyone.

  • I believe we should only do good and not to convert people.

    First of all, we do not convert people, we voluntarily work for Christ and His Church. Helping, convincing, numerizing, dying for others in the sole agenda of changing others may give us problem and could be sinful. We believe giving to others what is best for them is a noble act. If doing what Jesus, St. Francis, and Mother Teresa did is radical and brings us rejection, then, we will endure the pain. However, some misunderstand what evangelization truly is. St. Francis taught us to evangelize without words, but he spoke in the Church often and people know what who he is. Many falsely believe Mother Teresa never talked about Christ when helping others. Although the conversion of heart is the work of the Holy Spirit, inability to meet, to dialog, and to interact with others in the way we can truly be ourselves in Christ would hinder the work of Holy Spirit, for He works through His people.