Investing in companies that promote Catholic values appears to be a good monetary strategy

Faith-based investments, such as mutual funds that adhere to the social policies and teaching of the Church, are performing better than many of the more traditional market indices.

According to a recent article in the National Catholic Register buying stock in savings vehicles that are good for the world appear to be a little better deal for the wallet also.

During the recent stock tumble, the "faith based investment vehicles" seem to be doing a little better than the Dow or the Standard and Poors. This might be something to look into for the future.

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