The Epiphany Fund, which invests according to Catholic principles, can’t exactly boast that it is bucking the trend of most mutual funds going into the red. It’s down 33.5% so far this year.

But it is beating its benchmark, the S&P 500 Index, which is down 40%, and because of its bent to invest in conservative stocks, it is attracting assets, the Associated Press reports. Since June, the fund’s assets have doubled to $2 million.

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