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Meet Jesus Gomez

Welcome to AA or Apostolicam Actuositatem, an interview series on effective apostolic activity for the XXI century. In this episode, we speak with Jesus Gomez, Director of Engineering CAB & Mexico Engineering at Daimler Trucks North America. Hosted by Cristofer Pereyra, CEO for Tepeyac Leadership (https://tliprogram.org) and Adreas Widmer, director of the Ciocca Center for Principled Entrepreneurship (https://rb.gy/1eulkv) Get Cristofer's book, Catholic Leadership for Civil Society: https://rb.gy/jpxqbkGet Andreas' book, The Art of Principled Entrepreneurship: https://rb.gy/r00isq

"They exercise the apostolate in fact by their activity directed to the evangelization and sanctification of men and to the penetrating and perfecting of the temporal order through the spirit of the Gospel. In this way, their temporal activity openly bears witness to Christ and promotes the salvation of men. Since the laity, in accordance with their state of life, live in the midst of the world and its concerns, they are called by God to exercise their apostolate in the world like leaven, with the ardor of the spirit of Christ." Read Apostolicam Actuositatem here: https://rb.gy/jscdb3

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