The organization and management of a Religious Congregation (RC) can be a complex activity, which requires training of the administrators and legal representatives of the Congregation itself. However, the daily activity of administrators can be simplified with specific tools aimed at facilitating the manag...Read more
In a recent ruling, the Court of Cassation has clarified that ecclesiastical bodies must also pay the waste tax. The case arose from a tax bill issued by the Municipality of Rome, followed by a notice of administrative detention. These acts had both been delivered to the Pontifical Biblical Institute (herein...Read more
Often Religious Congregations and General Houses have a series of collaborators for the needs of "running the house", as well as for administrative and clerical aspects (for instance, collaborators trusted by the General Bursars). Thus, just like manufacturers, purposive and universalist organizations, such ...Read more
Ecclesiastical Bodies (EE) are often appointed heirs by the faithful and, therefore, receive bequests from benefactors who intend to contribute to the Church's agenda (Canon 1261 - §1: "The faithful are free to donate temporal goods for the benefit of the Church"). In this regard, however, specific Italia...Read more
Today we are giving an introduction to what is known as "sustainable finance", a constantly growing industry with various implications for investors such as Religious Congregations (RCs). RCs and other Ecclesiastical Entities (EEs) may have substantial liquid assets. Thus, it is only natural for RCs and EEs...Read more
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