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Lent’s Almost Over!

The 40 days of Lent are quickly drawing to a close. Hopefully during this time, we have been deepening our relationship with the Lord through prayer, fasting and almsgiving and discerning where God is leading us. If your Lenten practices

Posted in Lent

The Way of a Fool

As a way to get ready for today’s blog, I went to the American Bible Society website, choose the NABRE version of the Bible, including the Deuterocanonicals and did a word search on “fool.” The search results showed there were

Posted in Bible Quotes, Honesty, Lent

What’s the One Thing in Your Box?

I am in the middle of an interesting books right now titled Half Time, authored by Bob Buford. It talks about that time in each of our lives when we step back and decide to keep going in the same

Posted in Bible and Money Management, Lent

Give It Up!

Lent really snuck up on me this year, what about you? Feels like 2017 is flying by and Ash Wednesday crept up on us very quickly. This is the time of year when we focus on our prayer life, offer

Posted in Lent

Money and The Seven Deadly Sins

We’ve just started the season of Lent, the 40 days before Easter in which Catholics pray, fast, and engage in acts of spiritual self-discipline. We do this in preparation for great feast of Easter, which celebrates the Resurrection of Christ.

Posted in Budgeting, Lent

Thin Mints and Lent

The girl scouts are in front of the grocery store with those yummy cookies so Lent must be here. Have you ever noticed that girl scout cookie time and Lent seem to coincide each year? Maybe providing us with those

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

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