Catholic Wealth and Spending Infographic

by | Mar 9, 2014 | Latest

These discussions never seem to go away, so here’s something (hopefully) socially friendly to help discussions! “Sell the Vatican, Feed the world” goes the urban legend. Here are a couple considerations for the secular world in general and non-Catholic Christians who share this attitude.

To the statement “The Catholic church wastes billions of dollars on chairs and cathedrals when it could be feeding the poor,” a good response is to show what the Church does with the money, and to compare it to other big businesses.

Catholic Spending Infographic

See the full infographic here on CatholicViral

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Dominic de Souza

Dominic de Souza
Cradle-Catholic passionate about how Faith, history, and science meet in today’s world. Total theologeek, and marketer.

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Stacy Trasancos
Stacy Trasancos
7 years ago

Great job! Thank you.

stefoodie
stefoodie
7 years ago

This is awesome!! Thanks so much!!

EthosGirl
EthosGirl
7 years ago

Hi Dominic? Is it? Thank you so much for writing this! Did I get that correct, you wrote this and put it all together. Wow, a lot of good works here. Thank you so much. Just wanted to add that the Vatican is also its own separate entity with its own currency which is therefore backed up with real wealth. Something the good ole USA doesn’t believe in? Also, I can’t help but mention I am disappointed you are glorifying/promoting smoking? 🙁 Please consider not smoking or at least not promoting smoking. Blessings, Paige

dombett
dombett
7 years ago
Reply to  EthosGirl

Actually the Vatican does not have its own currency. It uses the euro.

chris
chris
7 years ago
Reply to  EthosGirl

I don’t understand the relevance of your comments about smoking, paige. Have I missed something here? No offence intended. Peace Great work in the info graphic, this should put certain people in their place 🙂

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