Amidst a two-year economic downturn, a stock market that sheered most pension plans by a quarter and almost double-digit joblessness, a “Catholic perspective on overcoming money worries” is especially timely. Whether this is that book, or the book readers expect, are two separate questions.
Regarding the latter, Jeffrey lays out his cards (albeit on page 111): “You may have purchased this book hoping for financial advice and instead — by design — I’ve led you on a journey inward. Financial freedom is not found in any amount of money, but in the trust one has in God’s providence. It’s impossible to make peace with money until you make peace with God. That is the real solution to the...READ MORE