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Mother’s Day

Sunday is Mother’s Day—a time to honor mothers, grandmothers, stepmothers, godmothers, friends who are mothers and anyone in our life who fills the role of mother. The concept first originated in 1868, when Ann Jarvis established a meeting for mothers

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Gratitude

Do I Have to Pay Taxes?

Let’s face it, nobody likes to pay taxes and complaining about them seems to be a national pastime, especially at this time of year. The annual process of gathering information then completing what seems to be a mountain of paperwork

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Taxes

Black Friday and The Light

On Thanksgiving, we express our gratitude for all the good things in America: “spacious skies, amber waves of grain, purple mountain majesties and brotherhood from sea to shining sea.” The last line of this beautiful song written by Katherine Lee

Posted in Budgeting, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Christmas, Gratitude

Manage Your Money God’s Way … WHAT???

When we tell individuals we run a ministry to teach people how to manage money God’s way, they usually look at us like we have three heads. And many listeners to our Radio show on Breadbox media ask “What does

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money

Are You Abusing Your Credit Cards?


Credit cards can be a good tool for you to use to manage your finances. They can also create financial chaos if you fall into the trap of using credit cards to satisfy every whim. The secret is to use

Posted in Catholic Perspectives on Money, Credit

Money Myths

When I was young, I believed the Tooth Fairy put money under my pillow, Santa put the toys under the tree and the Easter Bunny put the candy in the basket. As an adult, I don’t believe in the Tooth

Posted in Bible and Money, Bible and Money Management, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money

Are You Honest or Truthful?

Fifty or sixty years ago, if you had asked someone if they were honest or truthful, they would have looked at you as if you had two heads. At that time, there was no discernable difference between the two. Our

Posted in Advent, Bible and Money, Catholic Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money

Adults Kids, Parents and Money

Most parents look forward to a visit from their adult children…but what if that visit includes all their worldly possessions, two grandchildren, a ten-week-old puppy, two hamsters and no plans to move out? There are any number of reasons adult

Posted in Bible and Money, Bible and Money Management, Catholic Perspectives on Money, Saving

10 Steps to Build a Budget That Works

Many people cringe at the thought of a budget as it raises mental images of not being able to go anywhere, do anything or have any fun.  A budget seems to convey the feeling of restrictions and lots of record

Posted in Bible and Money, Bible and Money Management, Bible Quotes, Catholic Perspectives on Money

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

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