“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?
We are so proud to announce 35 bright young Catholic Life members have been selected to receive our 2017 All American Scholarship. Each year we award 35 higher education scholarships to graduating high school seniors who have gone above and beyond in their studies and in serving their communities. Our All American Scholars have been inspired to dedicate their time and efforts […]Read More Congratulations to our All American Scholars!
One of my favorite ministries of being an archbishop in the Catholic Church is celebrating the sacrament of confirmation, and each spring I am privileged to celebrate this sacrament for thousands of the faithful at dozens of liturgies. Pictured: Castroville Branch Officer Francis Lutz presents a new Bible to the Confirmation students of St. Louis Catholic Church. I tell those […]Read More Celebrate the sacrament of confirmation.
So often, when Jesus healed the sick, he would tell them, “Your faith has healed you.” Faith is a great gift from God that frees us from the afflictions of life. Pope Emeritus Benedict wrote, “The core of faith rests upon accepting being loved by God.” When we proclaim “Amen”, we are affirming that we believe that God loves us […]Read More The Resurrection, an encounter through love and faith.
Catholic Life is committed to protecting the confidentiality and security of information we collect about our customers. Federal law requires us to furnish this privacy notice annually explaining how we collect, use and safeguard your personal information. Why Catholic Life Insurance Collects and Uses Information Catholic Life Insurance collects and uses information for business purposes with respect to our insurance […]Read More Your Privacy is Our Policy
We understand that prescriptions can get expensive. That’s why we partnered with ScriptSave. This program gives our members and their families an exclusive discount on their prescriptions. ScriptSave has saved cardholders more than $4.7 billion since 1994. These valuable savings are why millions of Americans rely on ScriptSave to give them the most value for every pharmacy dollar. Or as […]Read More Save Money With ScriptSave
For the third consecutive year, Catholic Life has made a substantial financial donation to ACTS Missions, the parent organization of the popular ACTS Retreats. “Catholic Life Insurance is proud to be a supporter of ACTS Missions. We believe that ACTS is one of the most important movements within the Catholic Church today. It is our sincere hope that this gift will […]Read More We Support ACTS Missions
Many people buy term insurance because it is less expensive than permanent plans. However, sometimes a combination of the two is the answer. Here is a story that illustrates how needs can change over time. I would like to introduce you to Greg and Christine. They were married at age 25, but put off having children until they turned 30. Since […]Read More Term & permanent life insurance often go together.
Are you one of the millions of Americans who own an IRA? Now is the perfect time to review your retirement savings strategies! You can add to your Catholic Life IRA, or if you don’t already own an IRA, we recommend you open one with us. There’s no better time than today! You have until April 18, 2017, to open […]Read More IRA Season is here!
It’s not all work and no play for the seminarians at Assumption Seminary. Like the rest of us, they need breaks too. Sister Jane Mary Gawlik, CSSF, who worked until recently in the Vocations Office, noticed that the pool house and the surrounding pavilion were in need of repair. She petitioned her sister and brother-in-law, Debbie & Wayne Tiemann for help. […]Read More Summer to Be More Fun at Assumption Seminary