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January 27, 1995

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THE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES OF THE CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF EVANSVILLE Combined Statement of Support and Revenue, Expenses, Capital Additions and Fund Balance For the Year Ended August 31, 1994 SUPPORT AND REVENUE: Catholic community support: Catholic Parishes Campaign (Assessment) Bequests and donations 2,295,701 14,024 Fees: Property & liability insurance Clergy medical plan Lay medical plan 632,881 260,015 846,082 Service fees: Newspaper Catholic center Tribunal Media center 196,798 87,142 34,081 11,720 Interest income: Parishes " Investments Institutions 142,478 652.989 34,331 Dividend income Net gains on investment transact|ons Miscellaneous revenue EXPENSES: Chancery Catholic center and other operations Administrative support Newspaper/communications Education Tribunal Office of Worship Vocation office Ministry to Priests Development Youth ministries Other Subsidies to Diocesan entities: Catholic Charities Memorial and Mater Dei High Schools Newman Centers (campus ministry) St. John's Parish Christian sharing Other Other Expenses: Lay employee retirement plan Property and liability insurance Clergy medical plan Lay medical plan Other clergy salaries & expenses Interest expense: Parishes Institutions Other Capital improvements &fumiture & fixtures 321,252 529,549 50,632 244,970 193,275 128,310 29,279 97,419 10,064 92,223 15,247 5,044 236,000 97,200 124,046 65,795 50,000 65,771 275,867 86,114 7,307 EXCESS OF REVENUES OVER EXPENSES FUND BALANCE, BEGINNING OF YEAR Increase in unrealized loss on marketable equity securities FUND BALANCE, END OF YEAR I 2,309,725 1,738,978 329,741 829,798 35,546 163,706 164,410 5,571,904 1,717,264 638,812 422,900 724,459 416,203 935,406 190,354 369,288 32,304 5,446,990 124,914 4,138,824 (67,646) 4,196,092 Annual report sn, 4" January 27, 1995 Dear Sisters and Brothers in Christ, ! i Today I present to you a report of my ste' which ended on August 31, 1994. Stewardship is the direction given W the. Synod '93. In the past fiscal year, together, strides as a Church committed to be  ,ooa s have received. The numbers and charts found lars and cents. Represented on these pages ment and generosity. You are the Peo onfC,0d Greater than all of the gifts of earthly' church have received from clergy, these gifts we all should be most grateful. Among these gifts of self I acknc ledge is the Church by Ronald Baumgart, Treasurer. His untimely death during the of sadness for his family, for the Church the same time, it was an occasion to he had shared with the Church. d  Our new treasurer, Robert Cox, has alre ment to the Church. In a very short span o1 the budgeting process for the coming fiscal year. The report on these pages, for the fiscal Y 31, 1994, has three components: 1) a cornbined revenue, 2) a combined balance sheet, and 3) parish financial activity. Support and $329,741 Newspaper, service fees $829,79 Interest inc0 $1,738,978 Property, liability insurance and medical plan fees $14,024 Bequests and Donations $2,076,068 Property, liability insurance and medical plans ExpenSe $422,900 Lay employee retirement plan $638,812 Subsidies , :