As the only pontifical university in the United States, The Catholic University of America's business school has an obligation to shed light on how, as Mr. Busch puts it, "the principles behind this initiative and the principled entrepreneurship program are consistent with Catholic teaching."
The article goes on to say:
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"Capitalism meets these criteria better than any other economic system. It is also the single most effective means of alleviating poverty. In the past 20 years alone, it has lifted more than a billion people out of extreme poverty, according to the Economist. It is also single-handedly responsible for creating a global two-billion-person middle class over the past 300 years.
Timothy R. Busch
But free markets only work within a moral culture. When business is unmoored from a concern for the common good, capitalism can slide into cronyism and corruption—exactly what Pope Francis has critiqued in recent months. It is such perversions of a free-market economy that do not fit Catholic teaching.
These issues should be addressed in part through the education of future business leaders."