The Church cannot be responsible for teaching everybody all the basic life skills they need to know. The Church can certainly offer things like Dave Ramsey courses, or anything similar, as an option, so people who need them and can benefit from them can take them. However, spirituality is the Church’s core competency, and I don’t need them to teach me personal finance any more than I need my investment counselor to teach me about Jesus.
So, if a Church wants to offer this course, or point people towards some private financial counselor who may be Catholic or have a Catholic viewpoint, then fine, great, it’s an option. The Church does not have a duty to teach us this stuff though, and a lot of us learn it just fine from our parents or from reading books and articles on our own, talking to our peers, etc.
I would note that if the Church got into the business of educating people about money and one of the things they stressed was the importance of giving to the Church, that could create a lot of problems for the Church, which is a big target, bigger than the televangelists who have been called into question for encouraging some poor granny in the viewing audience to send in money she can’t afford in order to be a good Christian or good supporter or get credit in heaven, etc.