Individual-Focused Goal Setting with Financial Coach

During her first meeting with a new client, Financial Coach Elishia Townsend asks a simple question: “What do you want to do?” As Townsend explains it, this question encapsulates what makes financial coaching unique from other financial education services: everything comes down to the individual being served; their goals, their...

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What is the World Meeting of Families?

We’ve been hearing a lot lately about the Pope’s visit to Philadelphia and the World Meeting of Families. Here are some frequently asked questions as we gear up for this historic visit! Catholic Charities is sponsoring families to attend the World Meeting of Families Congress! Learn more and apply here: Ticket Application...

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Marriage: An Inter-Generational Q&A

This panel originally appeared in the May edition of our Year of the Family newsletter. To read the newsletter in its entirety, visit our Year of the Family homepage. We hear a lot today about the ways perceptions of marriage have changed between the generations. In order to glean a little wisdom...

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Bhutanese Refugees Fear for Loved Ones in Nepal

Janga Tamang and Albina Gurung are Bhutanese refugees who spent nearly two decades living in Nepal in refugee camps before coming to the U.S. The camps where they lived are in southeastern Nepal, about 600 miles from the capital, Kathmandu, the region hardest hit by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck...

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The Young Adult Veteran

by Mark Taylor, director, Veteran Services This article originally appeared in the April edition of our Year of the Family newsletter. To read the newsletter in its entirety, visit our Year of the Family homepage. Those who joined the military young—say 18, right out of high school—are getting out of the...

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