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  • 2016 Catholic Digest College Guide

    by Dave Eck

    2016 Catholic DAcross the United States, Catholic colleges and universities enable students to develop professionally without losing their Catholic identity. Catholic Digest’s 2016 college guide presents academic and financial information from … read more

  • Key College Finance Terms

    by Catholic Digest Staff

    Adjusted Gross Income (AGI): A student’s or family’s wages, salaries, interest, dividends, etc., minus certain deductions from income as reported on a federal income tax return. Commonly referred … read more

  • Saving for College? Start Early

    by Dave Eck

    When it comes to saving for college, it’s never too soon to begin putting money away.   “College is a big ticket item,” said Tony Luckhardt, financial planner at Foster & … read more

  • Editor's Note

    by Danielle Bean

    Together forever   I used to think that happy couples didn’t have to work on their marriages. True love is free and easy, right? Actually, wrong.   The happiest of couples are those who make their marriage a priority and are committed to … read more

  • Editor's Note

    by Danielle Bean

    Faith in the little things   “Isn’t it funny,” a friend recently said to me, “that someone can say ‘I want to be a rock star’ and no one objects, but if someone says, ‘I want to be a saint,’ it sounds… read more

  • When Stuff Is For Dinner

    by Jack Frost

    My mom can cook. I mean flat-out cook. To me, the real test of gourmand greatness isn’t concocting exotic dishes from strange recipes that call for ingredients you’ve never heard of before, utilizing specialty gadgets that can perform only … read more

  • Editor's Note

    by Danielle Bean

    How’s your Lent going? This year I flirted briefly with the idea of giving up coffee, but the terrifying thought of caffeine withdrawal convinced me not to. My family breathed a loud sigh of relief when I announced that I would be giving up Netflix… read more

  • Family Recipes for Dinner Conversation

    by Tom Hoopes

    So you’ve finally done it. You’ve made family mealtimes a high priority in your household. But now you have a problem they didn’t tell you about.   Cornell University found that family dinners five times a week prevent disordered eating. … read more

  • Editor's Note

    by Danielle Bean

    Mercy for a new year   Ah, the sweetness of a fresh start! With the holidays behind us, many of us find ourselves eagerly anticipating a return to “ordinary” time and the everyday-ness of our regular routines.   One of the things… read more

  • Ministries for Grieving Parents

    by Lori Hadacek Chaplin

    After a schoolmate of mine recently lost both of his children in a car accident, I began to wonder what kinds of ministries were available to grieving parents who have lost a child of any age. I discovered that there is a dearth of ministries serving… read more

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