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Compass Catholic Ministries teaches Biblical financial principles from an authentically Catholic viewpoint. The Compass Catholic studies use the Bible, the Catechism, quotes from saints and popes as well as the United States Bishop’s Pastoral Letter on Stewardship (Stewardship: A Disciple’s Response) to help people put their finances into the proper perspective so they can become good stewards of God’s many blessings.

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Compass Catholic Ministries teaches Biblical financial principles from an authentically Catholic viewpoint. The Compass Catholic studies use the Bible, the Catechism, quotes from saints and popes as well as the United States Bishop’s Pastoral Letter on Stewardship (Stewardship: A Disciple’s Response) to help people put their finances into the proper perspective so they can become good stewards of God’s many blessings.

    Money Stories: Building a Faith Forward Business with Scott Williams

    Money Stories: Building a Faith Forward Business with Scott Williams

    Scott Williams is the co-founder of Sock Religious (www.sockreligious.com), a company that sells fun socks that celebrate the lives of the saints. In this week's episode of Money Stories, Scott talks about how Sock Religious is growing while maintaining its Catholic identity, and while navigating the current economic environment. 
    For more information about Compass Catholic Ministries, please visit www.CompassCatholic.org.
     
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    • 15 min
    The Spiritual Cost of Debt

    The Spiritual Cost of Debt

    Financial challenges due to debt can be a hidden monster in many families and marriages. We can tackle and tame the debt monster by learning that every area of our life, including how we handle money, has a spiritual impact.
    The Compass Catholic blog has more about the spiritual cost of debt.

    • 26 min
    Money Stories: The Making of The Compass Catholic Money Coach Training Program

    Money Stories: The Making of The Compass Catholic Money Coach Training Program

    The Compass Catholic Money Coach Training Program just launched this week. In this episode of Money Stories, Caitlyn Kano talks about her personal money story and how the new Money Coach Training Program came to be. If you are interested in the Money Coach Training Program, please visit www.CompassCatholic.org. 
     
     
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    • 10 min
    I"m Going Back to Work, Now What?

    I"m Going Back to Work, Now What?

    Finally, we are beginning to recover from all the shutdowns that began in February and got worse in March and April and people are going back to work.  When you get back to your job, it’s also the time to get back to your new financial normal.
    Create a budget, and use that to create a crisis budget.  Build up your emergency fund and start digging out of any debt you incurred.  It will be a long hard road, but starting now will put you in a better position if there is another emergency around the corner.
    The Compass Blog has more on how to get back to some sense of financial normal.

    • 27 min
    Money Stories: Money and Multiples with Lauren Faul

    Money Stories: Money and Multiples with Lauren Faul

    Lauren and her husband have been blessed with five children including triplet boys. With five children under four years of age, Lauren learned many lessons about prioritizing and the logistics involved with having a large family. She shares those lessons and explains how she and her husband decided to make a career change to benefit their large family.
    For more information about Compass Catholic, please visit www.CompassCatholic.org.

    • 23 min
    Retiring During a Recession

    Retiring During a Recession

    Planning retirement while there is a recession can be tricky.  Start by looking at your current monthly expenses. Exclude expenses related to work and include new expenses related to retirement.  Subtract the monthly expenses from your monthly retirement income.
    If your expenses are more than your income, how much do you need to withdraw from savings each month and how long will your savings last?
    Doing these calculations before you retire will either bring you peace of mind or the realization that retirement needs to be delayed.
    The Compass Blog has more on details to consider if you are retiring during a down market.

    • 27 min

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