Fiscal Year 2019

Year Ended June 30, 2019

Combined Statement of Activities

Catholic Center Operating Income

  FY2019   FY2018

Cathedraticum Assessments

 

$14,449,000

   

$14,879,000

Program and Service Fees

 

$6,594,000

 

$7,105,000

Archdiocesan Annual Campaigns

 

$9,097,000

 

$10,136,000

Other Income

 

$7,454,000

 

$7,657,000

Total Operating Income

 

$37,594,000

 

$39,777,000

         

Catholic Center Operating EXPENSES

  FY2019   FY2018

Evangelization and Pastoral Services

 

$5,788,000

 

$5,858,000

Department of Catholic Schools

 

$2,592,000

 

$2,419,000

Clergy Services and Programs

 

$2,765,000

 

$2,517,000

Priest Care and Retired Clergy

 

$3,001,000

 

$2,139,000

Fundraising and Development

 

$4,621,000

 

$4,978,000

Central Management and Administration

 

$14,830,000

 

$15,254,000

Grants

 

$7,228,000

 

$12,905,000

Total Operating Expenses

 

$40,825,000

 

$46,070,000

Catholic Center Operating (Deficit)
Prior to
Investment Income and Other Activities

 

$(3,231,000)

 

$(6,293,000)

         

Investment Income – Central Services

  FY2019   FY2018

Earnings and Realized Gains

 

$1,366,000

 

$1,155,000

Change in Market Value of Investments

 

$(271,000)

 

$4,567,000

Total Investment Income

 

$1,095,000

 

$5,722,000

Catholic Center Operating (deficit) surplus
After Investment Income

 

$(2,136,000)

 

$(571,000)

         

Other Central Service Activities, Net

  FY2019   FY2018

Insurance Operations

 

$5,563,000

 

$5,559,000

Child Nutrition Lunch Program

 

$(273 ,000)

 

$(136 ,000)

Retirement Programs

 

$(8,425,000)

 

$12,635,000

Embracing Our Mission- Gift Income

 

$(194,000)

 

$3,175,000

Embracing Our Mission- Grants

 

$(3,766,000)

 

$(1,753,000)

Other Activities, Net

 

$(7,095,000)

 

$19,480,000

Consolidated Catholic Center
Operating and Other Activities
(deficit) Surplus

 

$(9,231,000)

 

$18,909,000

Grants by Organization

    FY19

 

FY18

Tuition Assistance and Subsidy

      $4,203,000

 

$3,011,000

Parish Assistance
(Programs & Capital)

 

$2,376,000

 

$7,272,000

Catholic Ministries

 

$3,010,000

 

$1,942,000

Catholic Charities and Other Local Agencies

 

$1,302,000

 

$7,272,000

Total GRANTS

 

$10,891,000

     

$14,658,000

Archdiocesan Second Collection Results

   

FY19

 

FY18

Eastern Europe

 

$184,220

     

$196,718

Special Care for Diocesan Priests

 

$273,739

 

$336,027

Holy Land Shrines

 

$155,937

 

$184,569

Seminarians

 

$260,490

 

$324,875

Black & Native American Missions

 

$183,111

 

$181,527

Bishops Overseas & Latin America

 

$171, 543

 

$129,017

Catholic Communication Campaign

 

$116,191

 

$135,811

Peter’s Pence

 

$179,615

 

$178,387

Retired Religious

 

$294,615

 

$342,887

Mission Cooperative

 

$278,870

 

$237,473

 Propagation of the Faith/Mission Sunday

 

$136,477

 

$155,560

Catholic Campaign for Human Development

 

$205,800

 

$143,866

Special collections for natural disasters

     

$3,939

 

$4,645

Office of Child & Youth Protection

Funding of central services makes possible the work of the Office of Child & Youth Protection, which oversees adherence to the policies and procedures that ensure the safety of young people and vulnerable adults in the Church’s care.

In 2019, the Archdiocese became the first in the nation to unveil protocols for reporting allegations against local bishops, expanded the role and oversight of its lay independent review board, and established an archdiocesan pastoral council to give laity greater involvement in the administration of the diocese.

St. Edwards Workforce Development Center

Students go through an auto repair checklist last winter, as part of the Automotive Technician Training Program at Vehicles for Change in Halethorpe. (Kevin J. Parks/CR Staff)

Support of the Catholic Ministries Appeal funds programs like the St. Edward’s Workforce Development Center at St. Edward’s Parish in West Baltimore. One hundred fifty men and women have completed the Ready 4 Work program at the Center, which is operated by Catholic Ch