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Sub-Subject Description: US businessperson Thomas Monaghan - Founder of Domino Pizza.
The businessperson and philanthropist Tom Monaghan (Michigan, the United States, 1937) founded Domino Pizza in 1960. In 1998 he sold his shares of the chain to engage in philanthropy and politics.
In 1968 he opened his first local “Domino's Pizza.” In an interview published in Catholic.net Tom Monaghan explained how its strategy is based on the Golden Rule of clear Christian influence:
“The golden rule of Domino's is to treat others as you want to be treated. In thirty-eight years of business, I have never treated anyone unfairly.” Thomas Monaghan
His career was meteoric in 1983 Mr Monaghan has 1,000 locals. Nearly three new franchises opened every day. He also acquires the baseball team “The Tigers of Detroit” for 54 million dollars.
In 1989 Thomas Monaghan underwent a spiritual crisis, in which many things in his life is redefined. In 1992 he sold his shares of the “Tigers of Detroit” and other businesses.
In the early 90s, he build a mission in a village in Honduras and supervised the construction of the new cathedral in Managua, Nicaragua after the old cathedral was destroyed in the 1972 earthquake.
Monaghan is a Catholic Christian with a particular interest in pro-life causes. Monaghan publicly promotes attendance at daily Mass, daily recitation of the rosary and frequent Sacramental confession. He is a member of Opus Dei.
In 1983 he established the Mater Christi Foundation, today known as the Ave Maria Foundation, to focus on Catholic education, Catholic media, community projects and other Catholic Charities.
Thomas Monaghan donated 250 million dollars for the creation of the Ave Maria University.
“I decided that the most important thing that Catholics can do with his money be to help others get to heaven, no matter where they are - Africa, Honduras, Nicaragua or Naples.” Thomas Monaghan
In 1987, Tom Monaghan helped to create Legatus, an organisation for Catholic CEOs of companies that earn more than 4 million dollars per year with the aim of promoting and supporting:
“The moral ethics in business in accordance with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church.”