By living out the Gospel together in the company as a culture, while believing that the knowledge of Christ is a human right. We need to lovingly share Jesus without proselytizing (Redemptoris Missio). We understand that each culture has different degree of acceptance of faith and of business, but the core goal is always to love God and our neighbors:
If you feel called to become an entrepreneur and you have a solid formation in Catholic spiritual community, such as the Carmelite, the Franciscan, the Dominican, or others, this might be a good fit for you to balance the your spiritual and professional fruits. Tech, media and micro businesses are the industries with least barrier of entry, but we are actively working to accomodate more industries. You need to prove over time,
Our main goal is to create space for Catholic Professionals to unleash their best spiritual self in Christ and with His Church. Catholicer is to provide what it takes to make that happen. The Faith and Work movement is one of many necessary ingredients to achieve this.
On top of that, we are serving F-Corp entrepreneur support group, and welcome other entrepreneurs to join us in this early stage. We have various free tech platforms to support Catholic startups to easily adopt shared data and tech, in particular, our Single-Sign-On service for lower customer acquisition cost. .
An entrepreneurial ecosystem doesn't necessarily have to own an incubator. However, it is in our long-term roadmap to create an F-Corp incubator as we believe the corporate culture can be propagated in three ways, by creating an F-Corp association, by helping them build business and let our values influence them, and by creating a technology that helps them run their HR and corporate culture.
Like St. Francis of Assisi who helped the leppers, we discern what God wants of us and ask the Church for permission. We have asked pontifical religious orders, bishops, chancellors, and bishop conferences in a couple different countries to operate and got their blessing for this decentralization of Catholic Identity into corporate model. We choose not to disclose the dioceses or conferences due to 4 reasons: 1. We are in the early stage and continue to monitor the viability in each country. 2. The nature of political, social and communication risks involved in some of these countries. 3. We are not currently seeking applications. 4. Some of them have asked not to be disclosed.