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14 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana TIlE ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES OF TIlE CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF EVANSVII,LE $ 92,415 412,977 9,376,483 45,000 Combined Balance Sheet at August 31, 1991 ASSETS Cash ................................................................................................ Markelable equity securities ........................................................... Investments .................................................................................... Investments--restricted .................................................................. Receivables: Loans--parishes and institutions ................................................ $ 3,437,617 Services ................................................................ 392,356 Annual Diocesan Appeal (assessment) ....................................... 535,880 Other Diocesan entities ............................................................... 44,172 Accrued interest .......................................................................... 205,346 Other ............................................................................................. 24,373 Total receivables, net ................................................................. Prepaid expenses ........................................................................... LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCES Accounts payable ........ . .................................................................. Other accrued expenses, principally insurance claims and pension costs ............................................................. Accrued interest ............................................................................. Deposits held for parishes and other Diocesan entities .......................................................................................... Deferred revenue and support: Unrestricted: Annual Diocesan Appeal .......................................................... $1,713,750 Villa Maria renovation ............................................................... 55.946 1,769,696 Restricted ...................................................................................... 610,929 Other liabilities ............................................................................. 4,639,744 22.865 $14.589,484 $ 133,841 384,398 38,363 8,456,141 2,380,625 177.964 11,571,332 3,018,152 i i Commitments and contingencies Fund balance Unrestricted: Undesignated ............................................................................ 659,973 Net unrealized loss on marketable equity securities ..................................................................... ( 27,281 Designated ................................................................................... 2,094,035 ) ,Restricted ...................................................................................... 291,425 Peoples Trusl Company 59 SOUTH MAIN STREET P,O. BOX 191 LINTON, INDIANA 47441 Buehlers i.G.A. "THE THRIFTY HOUSEWIFE'S SOURCE OF SAVINGSS QUALITY FOODS and MEATS Also Huntingburg and Oakland City Compliments of Nass & Son Inc. FUNERAL HOME Huntingburg, Ind. Professionally Decorated Cakes for All Occasions COOKIES BROWNIES FRUIT FRITTERS DANISH MUFFINS; i i NAAB CONSTRUCTION $14,589,484 Box 68 Montgomery, Indiana 47558 Phone:486-3285 Donald J Traylor President DONUT BANK Bakery and Coffee Shop Co. Inc. C0nstt ucti0n Management MARK NAAB 203 Moran Dr. 882-8109 Vincennes, IN 882-8035 i DEWIG BROS. PACKING CO. March 6, FRESH MEAT BEEF AND PORK HAUBSTADT, INDIANA Taize pilgrimage begins May Sonm inform(Hion /or l/l housed at the university' r l'olh)n'ing story was t)i'ovid(:(t in the h()mes of volu hv C,[holic Nws S(u'vict,. thmilits throughout DaVals Aboul 15 000 oarticlH.  Several- thousand yOllllg, are expe(:ted f','Ol: the,; adults, ages 18-30, are. ex- States, Canada, MexlC io' petted to gather in Dayton, other paris of the worm' eluding Eastern EurOpe,'.., d to' Participants are as',,da I being "seasonal clotheSk  t01 bible" They will beaSascuss 1 read ray reflect anu,'" , , P , .Lv '-I with others how ut,oti0 build trust and rec oncm Ohio, May 21-25, fl)r "A Pil- grin]age of Trust on Earth," according to Sister Judy O'Neil, S.P. Sister O'Neil, Newman minster at the Uni- versity of Evansville, is the area contact person for the pilgrimage, which is orches- trated by the Brothers of Taize, Taize, France. As many as 60,000 to 80,000 young persons have gathered each year at similar events in Europe, but this is the first time the Taize Com- munity is organizing a pil- grimage in the United States. Sister O'Neil has sent infor- mation about the event to pastors and pastoral adminis- trators in the Diocese of Evansville. The five-day pilgrimage will be held at the University of Dayton, which is run by the Marianist priests and brothers. Participants will be in their own lives. .,., il The Taize CornmUm:,dl small village in the l:]ur,s! region of eastern Fra,c[ founded during Worm ",h, by Brother Roger, a Swldi ologian. The founder 722,"- a "parable of commUnl I a vowed monastic co " s ofd iffa' [ nltv of Chrxstmn -:;1  cOlW" fazths witnessing re ,o' tion by their life in cow" For re istration or o"" :ormati;, contact $ist le;; OWeil, S.P., Newrna ' o or the University " vansville, 1901 Lincol,; enue, Evansvi]le, IN ' Telephone (812) 477-oe'" , The feet that bring the We're in the business of bringing the Word and speaking God's peace. The miles are long, the work i hard and often frustrating, there isn't much of salary.., but, how beautiful the people along the way. We are the Glenmary Sisters, and we minis!erot f the spiritually and materially impoverished people the United States. We are missionary Sisters whO nd work in small towns and rural areas of Appalachif" the deep South where Catholics often number les,; than 1% of the population, and many of the peopl are completely unchurched. If you feel the need or desire to do something . about poverty and injustice here in the United s!a!.e while bringing knowledge of Christ to spiritually nu- gry people, then come.., spend a few days rnW"-"rY us .... find ou if your path should lead to Glen ' Some opportunities to find out more about us, and our ministry, exist during the Ministry Discernment Seminars, which are co- sponsored with the Glen- mary Priests and Brothers They are held four times a year in various locations Perth Amboy NJ, Feb. '92 Atlanta, GA, March '92 Minneapolis, MN April '92 Cincinnati, OH, Nov. '92 Sister Pat shares a joyful 0" ment with some children For further information, contact: Glenmary Sisters, Vocation Directress P.O. Box 2264 / Owensboro, KY 42302 (502) 686-8401