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How Much Debt is Too Much?

Debt is a way of life in America. Most Americans carry some amount of debt. There is the mortgage, the car payment, medical bills, credit cards, student loans and the money good old Uncle Fred loaned to you. Unfortunately, many

Posted in Catholic Money Management, Credit, Uncategorized


We are all familiar with the story of the Easter resurrection. He is not here, for he has been raised just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay.  Then go quickly and tell his disciples, ‘He has

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Planning for Retirement: Part II

In my last post, I touched on some basic retirement planning concepts. A brief analysis of your assets, contributions to retirement savings, expected retirement expenses, and goals is a good place to start your analysis and get a snapshot of

Posted in The Simple Steward, Uncategorized

Happy New Year!

After the excitement of Christmas Day celebrations, as Catholics we are blessed to be able to continue celebrating Christmas into the New Year, until the Feast of the Epiphany (January 6th).  We marvel at the miracle of the birth of

Posted in The Simple Steward, Uncategorized

4 Ways to Manage Christmas Spending

It’s hard to believe, but Christmas is only weeks away.  Seeing the first Advent candle lit in Church this past Sunday reminds us all to focus on the real reason for the season—the gift of the Christ child. These next

Posted in Bible and Money, Budgeting, Stewardship, Uncategorized

Freedom Is not Free

Mark 10:45: “For the Son of Man did not come to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many.” On Monday, May 26, we celebrate Memorial Day, an American holiday which honors men

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Good Intentions

It’s the middle of January and the bills are piling up. In spite of your good intentions, you once again overspent on Christmas. And then there are the debts you owed before the Christmas spending spree. Where will the money

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How do YOU approach taxes?

Do you have a Godly approach to your taxes? Jesus was questioned about paying taxes to Caesar Check out this short video for a Biblical perspective on Taxes.

Posted in Faithful Discipleship, Honesty, News, Taxes, Uncategorized

We can’t save ourselves through our wealth.

The problem, Pope Francis explained in his homily yesterday how sometimes we want to save ourselves, “and we believe that we can do it, for example basing our security on money — and we think: I have money, I am

Posted in Faithful Discipleship, News, Saving, Uncategorized, Wealth

Pope to Stay in Domus Sanctae Martae

Pontiff Will Use Papal Apartments For Official Audiences, Vatican Spokesman Says   VATICAN CITY, March 26, 2013 ( – Fr. Federico Lombardi, director of the Holy See Press Office, informed journalists today that Pope Francis has decided for the time

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