If your high school senior is a Catholic Life member and is college-bound, we invite you to check out Catholic Life’s All American Scholar program. But you had better hurry as the deadline to apply for this scholarship is March 1, 2018. Each year, we award 35 college or trade school scholarships to graduating high school seniors. Called the All American […]Read More Scholarships for High School Seniors
We’ve got life insurance to protect your child. It’s called our Just for Kids plan. Our Just for Kids option is a low-cost life insurance plan that provides up to $20,000 of solid coverage for just a one-time payment. If you have a child or grandchild who is 17 years old or younger, protecting him or her is the most […]Read More Are you just a kid? We’ve got you covered.
Did you know that we offer a way for you to send us your prayers? For more than 116 years, we have been bonded to our members by our Catholic faith. We believe in the power of prayer, in the strength it can give us in the darkest of times, and the hope it can give us when we need it the […]Read More Let us pray with you in your time of need.
Years ago when I was a student at the University of Texas, the Catholic Student Center provided a great home-away-from home. The Center was a short walk from the dorm and offered a quiet place to reflect between classes. Even better, the Center offered a 10 pm Sunday mass, meaning you could sleep in. This was important to a college […]Read More Hanging with Friends at the Student Center.
We care about your health. So we partnered with Life Line Screening to provide you valuable health screening services at a discount. Because we care, we want to empower you to take charge of your health and lifestyle. These screenings can uncover life threatening conditions like risk for stroke, vascular disease, aneurysm and more. Life Line Screening is the nation’s […]Read More Get Proactive About Your Health
Written by Dennis Best How high does getting life insurance rank on your list of priorities? If you’re in the majority of Americans who think life insurance is just TOO expensive, it’s probably not very high. But we think it should be. We know that life insurance is extremely important when it comes to protecting your family’s financial future. If something should happen […]Read More Life Insurance: It’s Less Expensive Than You Think
Photo Credit: Gabe Hernandez/Caller-Times Noah Garcia, a graduating high school senior from Portland, Texas, was awarded our 2017 All American Scholarship. Recently, he was featured in a special spotlight article in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, written by reporter Quinton Martinez. Noah became a Catholic Life Member when his grandmother purchased a life insurance policy for him. So, he was very excited to share […]Read More Meet Noah Garcia, Our 2017 All American Scholar
For the 34th consecutive year, A.M. Best Co, a respected insurance industry analyst, has rated Catholic Life Insurance’s financial stability, security and management performance as A- (Excellent) with a stable outlook. They based the rating on a comprehensive quantitative evaluation of the organization’s balance sheet strength, operating performance and business profile. Best considers insurers in the excellent category to have an excellent ability […]Read More AM Best Affirms Rating
We love to celebrate our beloved American Flag every year with our Flag Day Celebration. The 25th Annual “Flag Day Celebration” On June 14, 2017, more than 300 people gathered together at our Home Office Building in San Antonio to help us celebrate the 240th birthday of the American Flag. This event, hosted every year by us for the last 25 years, is […]Read More Happy Birthday to our American Flag!
“Everything is made with love and an extra spoon of sugar.” I have wonderful memories of spending summer afternoons baking with my grandmother. As it turns out, so do many of our members! Our members have shared with us treasured memories of baking with their own grandmas by sending in their favorite memories straight from her precious recipe box. If you […]Read More Do you remember baking with your Grandma?