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  • Pope Francis’ Tips on Loving Faithfully, Freely, Fruitfully, and Totally

    by Karee Santos

    This past March, Pope Francis penned a moving tribute to married and family life called Amoris Laetitia, or “The Joy of Love.” This apostolic exhortation praises spouses who have learned to love each other faithfully, freely, fruitfully, … read more

  • 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

  • Parenting Versus Teen Privacy

    by Marybeth Hicks

    Q. My daughter’s smartphone buzzed when she was out of the room. I picked it up to see who was texting her and was puzzled by the message that previewed on the screen, so I read the entire exchange. What I discovered concerned me. When I talked… read more

  • The Truth Will Set You Free

    by Fr. Roland Guilmain

    Dear Father, I have a neighbor who loves to gossip. She doesn’t hesitate to mention anything bad about other people. She justifies her conduct by saying that the Bible recommends it. She quotes John 8:32: “And you will know the truth and … 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

  • Marriage Wisdom

    by Kate Wicker

    Thirteen years ago I was a blushing bride dreaming of her happily ever after. After enduring a rigorous pre-Cana boot camp, I thought I knew a lot about love and marriage.   I knew squat.   Since then I’ve learned a lot — mostly the… read more

  • Saying I Do to Financial Security

    by Christopher Waung

    Whether you and your spouse are newlyweds or approaching a silver anniversary, how you manage savings, retirement, and other personal financial issues is critical for both your family finances and your marriage overall. Here are five tips that will … read more

  • Why Cool Parenting Doesn't Help

    by Marybeth Hicks

    Q. This question might be filed under, “What are these people thinking?” My high school freshman got a ride home from a recent sporting event from a teammate’s parent. The conversation in the car turned to a high school party that took… read more

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