I got news for ya from the Vatican's Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace:
Turning a profit is a wonderful thing.
"The Church acknowledges the legitimate role of profit as an indicator that a business is functioning well. When a firm makes a profit, it generally means that the factors of production have been properly employed and corresponding human needs have been duly satisfied. A profitable business, by creating wealth and promoting prosperity, helps individuals excel and realise the common good of a society. Yet creating wealth is not restricted to financial profit alone. The very etymology of the word “wealth” reveals the broader notion of “well-being”: the physical, mental, psychological, moral, and spiritual well-being of others. The economic value of wealth is inextricably linked to this wider notion of well-being."
- Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace, Vocation of the Business Leader: A Reflection.