Under protection of Sacred Heart, Catholic businessman files suit against mandate

Jerry Naunheim Jr.
Every day as employees come to work at O'Brien Industrial Holdings on the near southside of St. Louis, they pass by a statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which sits in the corner of the lobby. The Sacred Heart of Jesus was enthroned to the business in 1992 at the hands of then-owner Nick Franchot, and remains today under the leadership of chairman Frank O'Brien. It's just one of many ways in which the business has created a framework of Catholic values in the workplace.

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