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Are the rich stingier?

“In just about every way you can study it, our lower-class individuals volunteer more, they give more of their resources — they’re more generous,” he said. Keltner is not claiming the poor give more than the rich in absolute terms. Wealthy philanthropists give away millions of dollars.

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Revisioning charity

Conventional wisdom about nonprofits is managers should work for lesser wages than the business sector and donations should go to direct aid not advertising. Dan

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How to love a friend who is sick

We are all called to offer pastoral care to sick friends, loved ones and in our parishes, sometimes to folks we don’t know well. It’s important to be positive, not maudlin, and to consider what would really be most appreciated.

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