Columnists
Nathalie Fernandez

A Lesson on Generosity

Today as I was walking to meet a friend for brunch, I caught myself looking at the elderly men and women selling tissue packets near

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Money & Finance
Julie Machado

Minimalism

Minimalism takes work and effort. It is an exercise of saying no to many things in order to focus on saying yes to the important

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Life
Cristina Montes

Reflections on Generosity

The past month has been, for me, a month of humbling lessons in generosity as millions worldwide answered calls to help my fellow-Filipinos who survived

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Tyrannical Charity

Among the many things that Christ taught His disciples, charity is one of the principles focus groups in office buildings would label as a “core

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The Poor in Spirit

Did anyone else hear a homily yesterday about the dangers of greed and affluent American lifestyles and the need to support the Church and give

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Catholic and Infertile

“The English language lacks the words ‘to mourn an absence.’ For the loss of a parent, grandparent, spouse, child or friend we have all manner

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Prayer Joined to Sacrifice

I wanted to write about prayer because I love to do it. What I really enjoy is when God answers prayer. That would be my

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Columnists
Mary C. Tillotson

The NFP Generation

I’m 24 years old and two years out of college, which puts me at that age when nearly all my friends are getting married. It

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Columnists
Bob Waruszewski

3 Tips from Proverbs About Finances

Many young adults have no strategy when it comes to finances.  In college, meals, utilities, lodging, transportation, school expenses etc,  were often covered by tuition

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Columnists
Mary C. Tillotson

poverty of spirit

A few months ago, I quit the full-time job I’d landed right out of school, married a college senior, moved four states away, and planned

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Columnists
Anna Williams

Living poverty

In the latest installment of USA Today’s On Religion series, veteran journalist Judith Valente writes about Benedictine nuns in Atchison, Kansas. One choice sentence: “Whatever

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