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Finding a Financial Planner (part 1)

You can certainly go it alone when it comes to managing your money, and you could also try to do it yourself when it comes to auto repair, cutting your own hair or giving yourself a root canal. Doing it

Posted in Blessings, Blogs, Budgeting, Catholic Money Management

Where is Your Heart?

Our hearts follow where our money goes as it says in Matthew 6:21, “For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.” Too often we let the money take the lead and control our heart. However, the heart

Posted in Bible and Money, Blessings, Blogs

Follow Me or Not

The Mass reading on Sunday was one of the most well-known stories in the Bible. It is when Jesus calls the first apostles to follow him. According to Matthew 4:22, “He called them, and immediately they left their boat and

Posted in Blogs

To save or Not to Save – That is the Question

Today’s blog title is a take off on a scene from Shakespeare’s play Hamlet. In this scene, Prince Hamlet was contemplating the meaning of life. Today’s blog contemplates the reason for saving. The savings rate of the average American has

Posted in Bible and Money Management, Blogs, Budgeting, Credit, Crisis, Saving


The first thing God did with Adam was to put him to work. We are all called to be workers. In the earliest part of the creation story God, the universe’s first worker, gave man the garden to “tend and

Posted in Blessings, Blogs, Gratitude

Are You An Adventurer or a Watchman?

“He instructed them to take nothing for the journey but a walking stick—no food, no sack, no money in their belts.” Mark 6:8 Last weekend we had a two night stay with family members who live in a city about

Posted in Blogs, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Contentment


Sunday is Mothers Day—a time to honor mothers, grandmothers, step mothers, god mothers and especially those people in our lives who are not “official” mothers but who fill that role so beautifully. Mother’s Day is a modern celebration of all

Posted in Blessings, Blogs, Family

Don’t Be a Fool!

Friday April 1 is April Fools day, which is celebrated in many countries around the world, although this custom is not an “official” holiday in any country. The way the practice started, what it is called and how it is

Posted in Blessings, Blogs, Spirituality

Dirty Laundry

Since My husband and I run a ministry teaching Biblical financial principles, many people think we have always been financial saints.   I am here to tell you that is W-R-O-N-G! We’ve made every financial mistake that can be made.

Posted in Blogs, Budgeting, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Sacrifice, Saving

Celebrate and Give Thanks

Even though Thanksgiving is a government sanctioned national holiday, the roots of Thanksgiving come from religious and cultural traditions in many forms. Almost all religions of the world have ceremonies of thanks to God and many are focused around the

Posted in Blessings, Blogs, Catholic Money Management

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