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's what you said we need and discussions were held within the parishes of the first annual Spring Deanery Assemblies were 1996. Parish leaders, primed with information own parish needs, gathered at various locations in e most important needs of the dean- met with great favor and generated !Useful ideas and suggestions for action within the ,, topped the lists of those in attendance: t p Training and Formation for Families and Adults Involvement and Faith Formation !ii! ) items were subsequently presented to departments which are principally funded Parishes Campaign pledge as items requir- immediate attention. asked to submit a report of its pre- indicating which of its programs and ser- vices are already dedicated to any or all of the four priority items, and what portion of the department budget is being used for them. In addition, each department, as part of its annual planning process, was asked to consider additional programs and ser- vices to help meet the four identified needs. 's what we are doing Here is a summary of the CPC funds that are currently being used by CPC- funded offices and departments to conduct programs and provide services which help address the four priority needs identified during last April's Dean. ery Assemblies. Besides existing programs and services, each department is planning addi- tional ways it can positively impact each of the four identified priority needs. Identification of Operating Expem by Deanery Hearing Priorities: 1996/97 Budget Evangelization $394,000 Lay Leadership $395,000 Evangelization $394,000 Faith Formation $630,000 Total: $2,010,000 During 1996, the new Office for Adult Formation was activated with Bene- dictine Sister Geraldine Hedinger as Director. Activation of this office was in direct response to the priorities identified at the 1996 Spring Deanery Assem- blies.