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An endowed gift to the Catholic Diocese of Baton Rouge today provides a brighter picture for our future. When you make a donation to our endowment, you give a gift with both immediate and long-term benefits.

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And, for additional information concerning Diocese of Baton Rouge Planned Giving options, please visit the “Plan My Legacy” page through the Office of Stewardship website: http://officeofstewardship.planmylegacy.org

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  • Seeds of Instruction

    Squirrels may be simple scavengers, but they are resourceful ones. Much of their diet is readily gathered from the base of trees, along sidewalk edges, and in collecting pockets as diverse as shingled roof valleys and blocked aluminum gutters. Encased in its protective shell, the meat of an acorn is a ready supply of food for the excitable squirrel just as it comes, resting right there on the soil. Yet, when consumed by that rich earth, its inherent

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  • Type Casting: We All Have Much in Common

    The Gospels spill over with stories that we enjoy sharing with our children. The birth of Christ is told over and over. So are the stories of miracles—five thousand fed with just a little bread and a few fish, adults and children healed, one man lowered by his friends through the ceiling of someone else’s house. Perhaps few stories are enjoyed by more children than the story told in Luke, chapter 19, about the diminutive tax collector named Zacchaeus. Even

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  • Relative Prosperity

    What does it mean to be prosperous? Does it mean your salary totals six figures? More than that? Or, would your relative prosperity be more a function of ‘accumulated’ wealth? The goods and possessions you’ve acquired over the years form an impressive inventory; therefore, you are prosperous. Concerned with poverty and wealth distribution, a number of organizations monitor income levels all over the world, and one group offers these very revealing

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  • If You Could Make a Single Wish . . .

    If You Could Make a Single Wish . . .

    One parlor game is almost as old as conversation itself. It involves a simple question, asked in a variety of ways. If you could make a single wish, what would you desire? If you could have anything you wanted, what would you want? Bored partygoers ask it of each other, teachers ask it of their students, and parents of

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  • One Body, One Spirit

    One Body, One Spirit

    From the Stewardship Today Archives, July 2013

    For music lovers the world over, George Gershwin’s wonderful piece “Rhapsody in Blue” is defined by the opening clarinet glissando, the continuous run through an extended scale

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Stewardship Today is a monthly devotional newsletter designed to assist Catholics everywhere in developing a greater understanding of the role of stewardship in everyday life.
All we are, and all we possess, are gifts from God for our use and for the blessing of others. Through wise stewardship, we invest our time, our talents and our treasures to the glory of God.

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