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Dr. David Wright

It's Official! March 13-16 in Subiaco, Arkansas! 

The first Catholic Business 360 (CB360) Conference is scheduled for March 13-16, 2022, at the beautiful Benedictine monastery of Subiaco Abbey! (Located in Subiaco, Arkansas). To say that my partner in this endeavor, Dr. David Wright, and I are excited that we are finally "headed out into the great unknown", is the understatement of the year! 

CB360, is a Catholic, faith-based response to the cultural and geopolitical conditions impacting families, communities, businesses, and individuals. Focusing on the vocation of business, our objective is the reclamation of the Christian witness and the promotion of virtue-based leadership by men and women within the workplace.

CB360 is an example of how a privately held, for profit business (The Compass Business Group) can team up with nonprofit, faith-based organizations like the Benedictines of Subiaco Abbey in the mission of evangelization. Our upcoming CB360 Conference combines a spiritual retreat, led by the renowned Father Jerome Kodell, and a business conference on workforce development, problem solving, planning, strategy, investing and entrepreneurial related topics. 

Our plans in 2022 include... 

  • Launch our series of faith and business conferences (CB360 Leadership Conferences).

  • Develop a platform matching Christian entrepreneurs and enterprises with lenders and investors.

  • Create a series of workshops specific to developing emerging and "next generation" business leaders. 

  • Launch our "The Business Side of The Parish" Workshops for Seminarians and Priests.  

We think that 2022 will be an exciting year! We invite you to become a part of this movement to bring faith back into the workplace.

Please contact us below if you would like to be added to our mailing list or if you would like to attend a future event!   



“The lay faithful must accomplish their work with professional competence, with human honesty, and with a Christian spirit, and especially as a way of their own sanctification.” 

                            -St. John Paul II


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