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“We are prophets of a future not our own’ ANNUAL REPORTS . Mary Ann Dantuono, Esq. Vincentian Center for Church and Society, St. John’s University . Accountability. Parish Leadership demonstrates accountability To donors/parishioners To the future To God

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we are prophets of a future not our own annual reports

“We are prophets of a future not our own’ ANNUAL REPORTS

Mary Ann Dantuono, Esq.

Vincentian Center for Church and Society,

St. John’s University

(c) Dantuono, Vincentian Center, St. John\'s, University NY

accountability
Accountability
  • Parish Leadership demonstrates accountability
      • To donors/parishioners
      • To the future
      • To God

Creating an Annual Report documents the use of time, talent and resources

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timing
Timing
  • Annual
    • Start: 45 days after the close of the fiscal year
    • Finish: publication 120 days from the end of the fiscal year

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a parish
A Parish
  • “A parish is a definite community of the Christian faithful established on a stable basis within a particular church; the pastoral care of the parish is entrusted to a pastor as its own shepherd under the authority of the diocesan bishop.”115 It is the place where all the faithful can be gathered together for the Sunday celebration of the Eucharist. The parish initiates the Christian people into the ordinary expression of the liturgical life: it gathers them together in this celebration; it teaches Christ’s saving doctrine; it practices the charity of the Lord in good works and brotherly love:
  • # 2179 Catechism of the Catholic Church

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committee
Committee
  • Parish Pastoral Council: Tell the Story—who we are and how we hope to be the “people of God”
  • Parish Finance Council: Provide the Financial Reports & Parish Data in clear understandable charts and graphs.
  • Pastoral team and leaders of Ministry: provide the content fill & the pictures
  • Writer to offer a consistent prose/style to the report.

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non negotiable essentials
Non-negotiable essentials
  • Statement of the Mission/Vision /Values
  • Highlights of the year [Pastor’s Message] Catechetical Ministry & Social (Charity) Ministry
  • Financial Statements
  • Vital Statistics:
    • Registered Households
    • Baptisms
    • First communions
    • Confirmations
    • RCIA Adult baptisms and confirmations
    • Marriages
    • Funerals
  • Leadership: (Staff and volunteer Ministry Leaders with or without a listing of ministries)

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financial report
Financial Report
  • The Statement of Financial Position:
    • The record of assets and liabilities; the total amount the parish owes to its creditors and all of its material assets.
  • The Statement of Activities:
      • The amount of revenues and the amount of the expenses paid. How much a parish pays on its loans or earned from its investments.
  • The Cash Flow Statement:
      • Amounts withdrawn from bank accounts (financing) and spent on activities or construction.

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statement of activities
Statement of Activities

Revenues

Expenses

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a pastoral and fiscal account of parish activity comparative data
A Pastoral and Fiscal Account of Parish Activity (Comparative Data)

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example pamphlet
Example Pamphlet

8.5” x 11

Insert to Bulletin

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pamphlet folded
Pamphlet folded

Page 3 & 4

11 x 17 folded

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samples
Samples

Professional Design-7 pages www.OLPH-IL.PDF

Word Processed -32 pages http://olbschurch.org/AnnualReport.pdf

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Your Donations to the General Offertory:

Comprised of Sunday and Holy Day Collections, the Offertory supports all parish ministries.

35% to School 15% to Maintenance, Utilities & Repairs

20% to Salaries 11% to Ministries

16% to Administration 2% to Miscellaneous

Despite its large role in

revenue generation,

relatively few families

drive the bulk of General

Offertory donations.

We need more

families to give

more to the

General

Offertory.

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family contributions
Family Contributions

Weekly

Annual

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we are prophets of a future not our own annual reports1

“We are prophets of a future not our own’ ANNUAL REPORTS

Mary Ann Dantuono, Esq.

Vincentian Center for Church and Society,

St. John’s University

http: //Vincenter.org

[email protected]

(c) Dantuono, Vincentian Center, St. John\'s, University NY

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