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Education, Job Prep and Training

Financial Literacy

Our Financial Literacy program provides money management classes, and educational workshop opportunities at various parishes throughout the Diocese.

Our Mission

The mission of the Financial Literacy program is to assist individuals in their efforts to build financial stability through free money management events.

The Financial Literacy ministry offers transformative services that educate the public and individuals about money management and planning. Program staff, Britepaths partners and volunteers work with groups and individuals to help better understand budgets, plan for the future, and aid in preventing financial crisis and hardship.

Pope Francis, in his First World Day of the Poor message, reminded us to “react against a culture of discard and waste” and “build relationships that are neither selfish nor possessive.” The long term goal of this program is to increase financial confidence, reduce debt and help others have a better quality of life.

These workshops are excellent for young adults, those struggling with tax debt, retirees or those on a fixed income, and managing finances due to debt or job loss. Participants engage in developing their own goals and specific plans on how to reach those goals.

Financial Literacy Workshops

Bring a financial literacy workshop to your group or parish!

Are you tired of trying to make ends meet? Don't have a monthly budget? Want to plan for a better future for you and your children? This FREE workshop is for you!

  • Identify tools to help you manage your money
  • Prepare a personal spending plan or budget
  • Estimate monthly income and expenses
  • Identify ways to decrease spending and increase income
  • Set financial goals
  • Strategize how to reduce debt


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Tell your money where to go instead of wondering where it went.