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The Money Stories Podcast aims to get Catholics talking about their money because we learn best by listening to stories. In this podcast, Caitlyn Kano, AFC FFC, will interview fellow Catholics who have a money story to tell. The truth is that most of our financial issues are not unique. We just think they are because we don’t talk about them. Together, we can benefit by sharing personal stories of becoming faithful financial stewards. 

Lessons

May 8, 2020 Allison Gingras is a creator of the Stay Connected Journals for Catholic Women (OSV) and offers talks on Grace and the Mercy of Forgiveness. Like many other Catholics, she struggled with her personal finances. After her participation in a Compass Catholic Bible study, she finally realized her role as a steward. Her financial situation has tremendously improved as a result.   Listen to the Podcast

Paying it forward with Diana Rojas

May 1, 2020

Diana is a teacher in south Florida. She was taught her money management skills by her parents. As an adult, Diana participated in a Faith & Money Matters Bible study which unified her money management skills with her Catholic faith. Now Diana “pays it forward” by utilizing a classroom management program called “My Classroom Economy.”

 

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Pursuing Financial Independence with Brent and Amy Jones

April 24, 2020

You may have heard of the FIRE Movement either on social media or in the news. FIRE stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early. Brent and Amy Jones are a young couple with young children. In this episode of Money Stories, Brent and Amy talk about their pursuit of financial independence and how they balance their family’s needs, generosity, and their financial goals.

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Finding Money Life Balance with John and Jaclyn Kennedy

April 17, 2020

A sequel to last week’s episode, Jaclyn and John Kennedy are back to discuss their desire to find a money/life balance that works for their family. Jaclyn has been able to modify her work schedule to be able to spend more time with their young children. Like most decisions, this one had financial implications they’ve had to navigate together.

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Building a business with john and jaclyn kennedy

April 10, 2020

When John Kennedy decided to leave the firm he was with and start his own business, he knew that decision would impact his family, financially and otherwise. In this episode of Money Stories, John and Jaclyn Kennedy share how they navigated this decision as a family and the lessons they learned along the way.

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Raising a Large Family with Danielle Bean

April 3, 2020

Danielle Bean is a wife, mom of eight, author, speaker, and host of Girlfriends podcast.

In this episode of Money Stories, Danielle shares how she and her husband financially navigate having a large family while teaching their children about stewardship.

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From Debt to Ministry

March 27, 2020

Like many others, Jon and Evelyn Bean used to spend their money without much thought and without a plan.

After taking a Bible study focused on money management in the 80’s, they started down a long road that eventually led to them founding Compass Catholic Ministries. In the first episode of Money Stories, Caitlyn Kano interviews Jon and Evelyn to talk about their personal story and how their experiences influenced their roles with Compass Catholic Ministries.

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A New Compass Catholic Podcast Series

March 27, 2020

Have you sat in Mass on Sunday, knowing you should be focusing on the homily, but instead stressing about your money? The thoughts that pop in our heads range from small “Did I pay that electric bill?” type questions to bigger concerns like “How can we ever afford kids when we’re too strapped paying our student loans?” We sit there and wonder how we can be such anxious mess while everyone else looks like they have their financial act together.

The truth is that most of our financial issues are not unique. We just think they are because we don’t talk about them. The Money Stories Podcast aims to get Catholics talking about their money because we learn best by listening to stories. In this podcast, Caitlyn Kano, AFC FFC, will interview fellow Catholics who have a money story to tell. Together, we can benefit from the lessons they learned on their personal journeys to become faithful financial stewards.

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