Feeling hopeless about student loans? Start with a theological virtue

By Victoria Sechrist (ConsumerCatholic.com) Part 1 of a 5-Part Series on Student Loans There is no patron saint of student loans specifically, but maybe someday there will be. In the meantime, you can lean on:  Saint Edwiges, patron saint of debtors  Saint Matthew the Apostle, patron saint of finances   Saint Anthony of Padua, known to […]

I Just Graduated From College – Now What?

Congratulations on getting your college diploma! Take a deep breath and relax for a second. Now focus on getting a job. If there aren’t any jobs in your field of study, find a job outside your field. It will allow you to obtain experience, work history, and money. After you graduate, you’ll probably have a […]

What Your Graduate Needs to Know About Money

One of the things we hear most often from people who take the Navigating Your Finances God’s Way Bible Study is; “I wish I had learned this earlier.”  If your child is a high school or college senior, or between high school and the next step in life–either college, trade school, or a job, and […]

Money and Your College Students

At Compass Catholic our goal is to teach financial principles from the Bible so people are freed from the secular grasp of our culture. Luke 16:11 states “If therefore you have not been faithful with worldly wealth, who will entrust you with true wealth.” This quote from Luke applies to your young adult who is […]