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CATHOLIC FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2015 EXPENSE: 2014-2015 2015-2016 EVANGELIZATION, EDUCATION, DIVINE WORSHIP AND SPIRITUAL SERVICES Education of Priests $40,850 $6,000 Education of Seminarians 322,773 263,679 Associate Pastor Support 49,123 5,000 Evangelization and Education 362,039 376,433 Office of Divine Worship 54,434 58,737 Campus Ministry - N.M.U. & L.S.S.U. 63,932 65,211 Director of Women Religious 505 510 Diocesan Vocation Office 40,759 27,028 Marygrove Retreat Center 18,382 18,566 952,797 821,164 MISSIONS Native American/Other Ministries 40,000 40,000 Panama Missions 10,000 10,000 50,000 50,000 SERVICES Catholic Social Services of the Upper Peninsula 329,000 329,000 1 Tribunal 41,934 48,554 Office of Communications and Website 92,565 67,707 Infirm Priests' Fund 5,000 33,000 U.S. Catholic Conference 18,433 18,433 Support for the Holy See 20,000 20,000 Ministry Personnel 175,964 137,217 Development Office 69,132 86,396 UPCSA Campaign & Office Operations 116,866 125,444 868,894 865,751 CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Parish Assessment 270,000 270,000 Diocesan School Endowment 70,000 70,000 340,000 340,000 DIOCESAN ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT Charitable Donations and Services 86,195 99,926 U.P. Catholic Newspaper subsidy 82,025 108,185 2 Financial Services 418,221 436,228 Executive Services 168,859 173,048 Diocesan Archives 61,794 62,026 Capital expenditures 65,830 94,975 882,924 974,388 TOTAL EXPENSE $3,094,615 $3,051,303 REVENUE: 2014-2015 2015-2016 UPCSA GOAL $1,773,072 $1,790,803 Parish Assessment for Catholic Schools 270,000 270,000 Investment Income 686,089 739,500 3 Diocesan Catholic School Endowment 70,000 70,000 Trust and Grant Income 95,454 91,000 Donations 75,000 75,000 Other 125,000 15,000 TOTAL REVENUE $3,094,615 $3,051,303 DIOCESE OF MARQUETTE ANNUAL BUDGET Notes for the Diocesan Annual Budget 1 Catholic Social Serv- ices of the U.P. (CSS) amount reflects only the portion of their budget which is funded by UPCSA. CSS total budget includes an ad- ditional $940,086 of rev- enues from counseling, adoption, United Way and other sources. 2 U.P. Catholic Newspaper (UPC) subsidy reflects only the portion of their budget which is funded by diocesan investment income. UPC total budget includes an ad- ditional $210,495 of rev- enues from parish sub- scriptions, advertising, grants and other sources. 3 Investment income is budgeted using a five- year weighted average at a 5% spending level. PARISH GOAL St. Peter Cathedral Vicariate Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Palmer 3,396 Sacred Heart, Champion 8,589 Sacred Heart, Munising 44,942 St. Anthony, Gwinn 26,236 St. Augustine, Republic 5,746 St. Christopher, Marquette 16,533 St. John the Evangelist, Ishpeming 35,382 St. Joseph, Ishpeming 36,293 St. Joseph, Northland 2,521 St. Louis the King, Marquette 41,628 St. Mary, Big Bay 7,937 St. Michael, Marquette 51,709 St. Paul, Negaunee 45,878 St. Peter Cathedral, Marquette 72,963 St. Therese, AuTrain 3,970 Holy Name of Mary Vicariate St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Bay Mills 5,550 Holy Family, Barbeau 10,283 Holy Name of Mary, Sault Ste. Marie 35,652 Holy Rosary, Grand Marais 7,677 Immaculate Conception, Moran 7,032 Our Lady of the Snows, Hessel 15,102 Our Lady of Victory, Paradise 5,998 Sacred Heart, DeTour 6,175 Sacred Heart, Sugar Island 3,450 St. Anne, Mackinac Island 12,707 St. Florence, Drummond Island 7,389 St. Francis Xavier, Brimley 7,487 St. Gregory, Newberry 27,601 St. Ignatius Loyola, St. Ignace 40,389 St. Isaac Jogues, Sault Ste. Marie 6,647 St. Joseph, Rudyard 12,284 St. Joseph, Sault Ste. Marie 34,445 St. Mary, Trout Lake 2,523 St. Stanislaus Kostka, Goetzville 10,634 St. Stephen, Naubinway 8,552 St. Therese, Germfask 4,385 St. Timothy, Curtis 8,096 St. John Neumann Vicariate Holy Redeemer, Menominee 25,183 Holy Spirit, Menominee 38,380 Precious Blood, Stephenson 40,170 Resurrection, Menominee 32,199 St. Bruno, Nadeau 14,983 St. John Neumann, Hermansville/Spalding 35,589 St. Joseph & St. Patrick Vicariate All Saints, Gladstone 79,890 Divine Infant of Prague, Gulliver 1,702 Holy Family, Gladstone 44,274 PARISH GOAL St. Andrew, Nahma 5,149 St. Anne, Escanaba 61,426 St. Anthony of Padua, Wells 26,201 St. Charles Borromeo, Rapid River 14,358 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Bark River 43,977 St. Francis de Sales, Manistique 28,159 St. John the Baptist, Garden 11,634 St. Joseph & St. Patrick, Escanaba 47,889 St. Joseph, Perkins 13,481 St. Mary Magdalene, Cooks 6,334 St. Rita, Trenary 8,797 St. Thomas the Apostle, Escanaba 27,466 St. Mary Norway Vicariate American Martyrs, Kingsford 57,346 Guardian Angels, Crystal Falls 33,523 Immaculate Conception, Iron Mountain 36,035 St. Agnes, Iron River 36,225 St. Barbara, Vulcan 19,169 St. Cecilia, Caspian 30,346 St. Joseph, Foster City 6,675 St. Mary & St. Joseph, Iron Mountain 43,683 St. Mary Queen of Peace, Kingsford 37,171 St. Mary, Norway 30,448 St. Rose, Channing 14,197 St. Mary Rockland Vicariate Holy Family, Ontonagon 27,293 Immaculate Conception, Wakefield 18,007 Immaculate Conception, Watersmeet 11,658 Our Lady of Peace, Ironwood 48,581 Sacred Heart, Ewen 9,289 St. Ann, Bergland 5,598 St. Catherine, Marenisco 4,139 St. Jude, White Pine 5,421 St. Mary, Rockland 4,488 St. Sebastian, Bessemer 28,570 The Most Holy Name of Jesus Vicariate Holy Family, South Range 14,987 Keweenaw Catholic Missions, Mohawk 6,756 Most Holy Name of Jesus/ St. Kateri Tekakwitha, Assinins 3,874 Church of the Resurrection, Hancock 31,598 Sacred Heart, Calumet 21,567 Sacred Heart of Jesus, L'Anse 18,836 St. Ann, Baraga 12,536 St. Anne, Chassell 19,201 St. Francis of Assisi, Dollar Bay 8,282 St. Ignatius Loyola, Houghton 49,059 St. Joseph, Lake Linden 40,222 St. Paul the Apostle, Calumet 24,656 Total $2,050,458 UPCSA parish-mission goals set for 2015-2016 UPCSA campaign set to kick-off The annual Upper Peninsula Catholic Services Appeal, com- monly known as UPCSA, be- gins this month. The annual appeal not only supports the work of the diocese as a whole, it also supports local parishes and missions. Any funds a parish or mission raises above its goal is returned to that parish or mission. The "United in Heart" theme continues from last year's ap- peal. "It emphasizes the people of the diocese coming together as a whole to support the vari- ous needs," said Terri Gadzin- ski, diocesan director of devel- opment. In a nutshell, UPCSA funds diocesan ministries divided into four areas. Faith formation and education gets the lion's share at 33 percent. Vocations and pastoral outreach is next at 30 percent followed by evangeliza- tion at 21 percent and Catholic Social Services at 16 percent. The many ministries of the diocese are supported under the four main categories. These ministries include the diocesan vocations program, bishop's ministry, marriage tribunal, chancellor's office, Catholic schools, youth ministry, adult faith formation, prison ministry, diaconate program, women reli- gious, Marygrove Retreat Cen- ter, campus ministry, diocesan communications services and more. Beginning this year, parish- ioners will be able to make their UPCSA pledge online. A drop down menu allows parishioners to credit pledges or payments to SEE UPCSA ON PAGE 5 Make UPCSA pledges online at www.dioceseofmarquette.org/upcsa

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