Composing the Common Good

Currently working on a book that highlights my experiences.

From learning and experience as a Catholic Priest and a Lawyer in Canada, the book presents a solution and guidance to developing frameworks and paths for today. The Common Good previously presented by Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas is updated to be accessible to people and businesses in diverse living and working environments whose interests are not limited to self and profit.

The human, physical and intangible environments, the knowledge economy and social finance are realities today. Users self select values and interests from multiple traditions and create new sources including spiritual concerns. By planning and implementing multiple dynamic regulatory systems at the same time it is possible to operate intentionally in present realities.