Mastering the Business of Church

Some universities now offer MBAs for church workers and officials who may struggle with management responsibilities they haven't been prepared for

When he was in seminary school studying to be a priest, the Reverend John Burger never thought he'd have to deal with the day-to-day bookkeeping and budgeting for a church. But over the past few years, he has gradually taken on a greater leadership role in the Columban Fathers, a missionary society of Catholic priests.

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