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A N N UA L R E P O RT 2009 – 2010 God is with us and there is no strength equal to His strength, No power equal to His power, no promise equal to His promise. Pope Paul VI


Fulfilling Great Promise!

Brothers and Sisters in Christ, God is faithful. God keeps his promises. Hope in Christ does not disappoint. It is the future promise of glory that sustains God’s people here in Central Florida and throughout the earth as we sojourn in a world of broken promises and shattered dreams, a world of fragile peace and increasing inequality. We are men and women of hope, urged on by the love of Jesus. Our Diocesan vision compels us to act now and respond to Christ’s call to make disciples of all nations. We begin here at home by honoring the work of our Synod commissions, ensuring the success of Alive in Christ, and breathing new life into our parishes, schools and many ministries. We invite you to take part in the ground-breaking work of the Catholic Foundation of Central Florida and pray that you will recognize this as God’s call and respond affirmatively.

Most Rev. Thomas G. Wenski Bishop of Orlando 2004 - 2010

Sincerely Yours in Christ,

Most Rev. Thomas G. Wenski Bishop of Orlando 2004 - 2010 The Catholic Foundation of Central Florida, Inc. offers a number of excellent ways to provide support for the many parishes, schools, and ministries across the Diocese. All of these options enable you to advance the Gospel mission within and beyond your lifetime, as you witness to the saving love of Christ. Faithfully, Rev. Richard Walsh Diocesan Administrator

Rev. Richard Walsh Diocesan Administrator


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Fulfilling Great Promise!

Dear Friends, It has now been five years since the first Synod was convened in the Diocese of Orlando. As a result of the Synod implementation plan, the Church of Central Florida is now beginning to fulfill its promise for mission and ministry to hundreds of thousands of people. Born from the Synod, the Catholic Foundation of Central Florida unites individuals, families and parish communities in a way that will have a sustainable and transformational impact – changing the hearts of those who generously support the work of the Church and the lives of those we serve. One of our first priorities was to design and execute the first ever Diocesan-wide capital campaign, Alive in Christ. Now completing its third year, the campaign includes every parish and every family in the Diocese and is on track to achieve its goal of raising $150 million. Completion of this campaign will be a testament to the collaborative and grassroots engagement and ownership that began with the Synod and is now advancing our shared mission.

William S. Orosz Chairman

The Alive in Christ campaign has given the Catholic Foundation the opportunity to build an in-house development team dedicated to providing support for the Diocese of Orlando. Most importantly, the Foundation seeks to build internal strength and establish long –term relationships with the members of our Catholic community. This approach, modeled after similar efforts at distinguished universities, prepares the Diocese to meet the new and growing ministry opportunities that will surely come. Our goal is to be a true partner with the larger Church as well as the local parishes. We are aiming to raise more than just money: we are answering God’s call by inviting the stewardship of gifted, grateful and generous Catholics throughout Central Florida and beyond. We remain inspired by our Church’s mission to Grow, Lead and Share. Gratefully Yours in Christ,

William S. Orosz Chairman

Marilyn L. Blanchette President

Marilyn L. Blanchette President


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What is the Foundation?

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n the Fall of 2008, The Catholic Foundation of Central Florida was incorporated as a separate 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, fully endorsed by the Diocese of Orlando. The Catholic Foundation of Central Florida, Inc., is an independent, charitable foundation responsible for raising, managing and distributing philanthropic funds to provide long-term, sustainable support for the parishes, schools, agencies and life-changing ministries across the nine-county Diocese. The Foundation comes as a direct outgrowth of the First General Synod of the Diocese, “Starting Afresh From Christ.” This 18-month planning process brought together 1,000 men and women to serve on various planning commissions and to seek God’s will for the Church in Central Florida. Their collective efforts resulted in a shared vision that is guiding our community of faith. The Foundation is playing an active role in advancing this vision as together we strive to:

GROW in our personal, living relationship with Christ, and commit to growing our parishes, schools and life-changing ministries;

LEAD the Church to a new experience of holiness and abundant life in Christ; and Rev. Timothy Daly and Rev. Miguel Gonzalez host the Synod Assembly (top), members of the Synod Vocations Commission enjoy a moment of laughter as they discuss and plan (bottom).

SHARE God’s love for all people, giving of our time, talent and

treasure in a spirit of love for the Lord.


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Why at this Time?

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he Diocese of Orlando is claiming a bright future for the Church in Central Florida. The Foundation represents a new paradigm for funding Diocesan-wide initiatives that will strengthen our people and parishes and help secure the financial resources needed to achieve our vision to be “Alive in Christ!” The Foundation’s efforts are resulting in a sound and sustainable financial platform, reflecting our Catholic faith and virtues and enabling the Diocese to implement the recommendations of the Synod commissions and successfully pursue its most pressing priorities as the 21st century unfolds. These priorities include: Expanding the presence and impact of our Catholic schools across the region; Strengthening our outreach ministries to the poor and marginalized through Catholic Charities of Central Florida; Starting new parishes and missions and increasing our support for existing parishes; Addressing the issue of priestly vocations and increasing the number of viable candidates for the priesthood; and Assisting the faithful to grow in intimacy and communion with Jesus Christ through a vision of lifelong Catholic education and faith formation.

Our Lady of Lourdes School, Daytona Beach (top), Catholic Charities of Central Florida, Inc.(center), 2009 Chrism Mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe (bottom).


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What Do We Do? The Foundation’s activities will potentially benefit every area of our life together, from our parishes and schools to the larger community in which we serve.

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he pastoral initiatives that emerged from our Diocesan Synod comprise an ambitious agenda for the next decade and beyond and will likely require funding in the range of $350 million or more. The Diocese developed a blended growth plan that included a creative mix of funding strategies to support these urgently-needed ministries. These strategies included both a tax-exempt bond financing plan and the Alive in Christ multiple-year capital campaign. While the realities of the current economic climate have temporarily limited our ability to secure funding through bonds, the capital campaign is on track. The Foundation’s responsibility is to secure private support as part of the growth plan — including overseeing and implementing the Alive in Christ Campaign— at a level unprecedented in the history of the Diocese. All stewardship and development functions within the Diocese now fall under the purview of the Foundation, and in time it will begin to manage the consolidation of parish endowments to leverage investment opportunities and maximize performance.

San Pedro Jesus Maldonado Mission, Wildwood (top), blood drive at Most Precious Blood Catholic Church, Oviedo (right)


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Who is Leading?

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he future health and vitality of the Diocese — and the people we serve —depends on our successful implementation of the vision God has revealed to us. We have abundant gifts, talents and resources that we must harness and share in new ways to make our vision a reality. This is the task of the Foundation Directors. Their leadership and guidance is furthering stewardship at all levels of parish and diocesan life and their personal commitments will continue to set the standard for generosity among parishioners across the Diocese. The Catholic Foundation is in the process of recruiting 12 Founding Directors to serve initial two-year terms. Their time of service intersects with an historic moment in our life together as they help shape the work and witness of the Church in Central Florida for decades to come.

The willingness of our Directors to give and serve ultimately transcends time and money, with humility and the love of Christ as our true measures of success.

William Orosz, Founding Chair, and his wife, Jody, enjoy a picnic at Annunciation Catholic Church, Altamonte Springs.


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Our Founding Board of Directors I am the true vine, and my Father is the vine grower. He takes away every branch in me that does not bear fruit, and everyone that does he prunes so that it bears more fruit. You are already pruned because of the word that I spoke to you. John 15: 1-3

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e think of these pioneering Directors as “spiritual entrepreneurs,� men and women with a mind for business and a heart for the Lord. We are grateful for their leadership and vision as we work together to advance the mission of our Church.

William S. Orosz Annunciation, Altamonte Springs Chairman

J. Stephen Zepf St. James Cathedral, Orlando Treasurer

David G. Powers St. Mary Magdalen, Altamonte Springs Secretary 2008-2010

Victor A. Zollo, Jr. St. Margaret Mary, Winter Park Chair, Investment Committee


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In Memory of

Joseph Sciortino

Richard Strube Resurrection, Winter Garden Chair, Audit Committee

Allan E. Keen St. Margaret Mary, Winter Park Chair, Board Development Committee

On February 1, 2009, founding Board member Joseph Sciortino lost his battle with cancer.  He was 77.  We have very big shoes to collectively fill and many goals to achieve, to honor him.  May his steadfast commitment to the Lord, his family and to excellence drive us in our effort to love and serve our Church with deep humility and will. Joseph M. Sciortino 1937 – 2009

Patrick Rainey Holy Family, Orlando Chair, Development Committee

James A. Croson St. Patrick, Mount Dora Board Member

Fr. Stephen D. Parkes Most Precious Blood, Oviedo Pastor, Most Precious Blood Spiritual Advisor to the Board and Staff

Joseph Sciortino, with his wife Marilyn, receives the Papal Cross Pro-Ecclesia et Pontifice at the 2008 Festival of Faith in recognition of sustained and outstanding service to the Catholic Faith.


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2009 Reaches 105% of Goal!

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very year, faithful Catholics throughout the Diocese of Orlando join together to support and sustain the life-changing work of the Church in Central Florida. The funds raised annually through Our Catholic Appeal provide for the day-to-day operation of our Chancery, ensuring that the Diocese has the necessary resources to proclaim the Gospel and help bring the love of Christ to more people.

Our 2009 goal for Our Catholic Appeal was $11 million • Raised to date: $11.5 Million - 105% of goal • Gifts received to date: 45,489 pledges Through Our Catholic Appeal, the faithful have a profound opportunity to share their gifts in a way that truly witnesses to hope. The programs and ministries made possible by Our Catholic Appeal enable our local Church to care for the poor and needy, comfort the sick, strengthen families and parishes, educate young people within a culture of faith and service, and nurture those who have been given that most sacred call - the call to the priesthood or religious life.

Our 2010 goal for Our Catholic Appeal was $12,250,000 • Raised to date: $11.5 Million - 94% of goal* • Gifts received to date: 43,810 pledges* * as of October 31, 2010

Programs funded through Our Catholic Appeal nurture young people (Hope Community Center, top), inspire vocations (center), and strengthen our faith (Corpus Christi procession, bottom)


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2009 Corpus Christi Society

he Corpus Christi Society is a special network of generous and faithful Catholic leaders who made a gift of $10,000 or more to Our Catholic Appeal . Through their selfless support, Corpus Christi members make a tremendous difference in the lives of God’s people and inspire others to respond generously for the sake of the Church’s missionary work of education, pastoral care and outreach to the poor. Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Algero Mr. and Mrs. Selim Ayoub Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baker Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bert Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brandt Dr. Michael Broom Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brown Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burke Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Burkey Mr. Andrew P. Caneza Mrs. Jean Corr Mr. and Mrs. James Croson Mr. and Mrs. David Dennis Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Easton Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Engelman Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Euler Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilardi Mr. and Mrs. David Halloran Mr. and Mrs. Sean Heaney Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Henkelman Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hilbrich

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Holm Mr. and Mrs. Allan Keen Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Keenan Mr. and Mrs. John L. Landon Mr. and Mrs. Randy Larson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Licursi Mr. and Mrs. John Lord Mr. and Mrs. Brian Lower Mrs. Frances Marino Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Massey Mr. and Mrs. James McCahill Mr. Thomas J. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nocero Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Nolan Mr. and Mrs. William Orosz Mr. and Mrs. Randy Perdue Mr. and Mrs. Randy Poliner Mrs. Frances Pope Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pouliot Mr. and Mrs. B. Terence Quigley Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Rainey Dr. Jose Ramirez and Dr. Pearl Ramirez

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Roy Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Saathoff Mrs. Diane Schneider Mrs. Marilyn Sciortino Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shantz Mr. and Mrs. Todd South Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Mark Stratman Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Strube, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Strube, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strube Mr. and Mrs. Steve Strube Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strube Mr. and Mrs. F. Thomas Ustler Bishop Thomas G. Wenski Ms. Bickley Wilson Dr. Thomas Winters and Dr. Rebecca Moroose Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Zepf Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zielke Mr. and Mrs. Victor Zollo


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2010 Corpus Christi Society Anonymous (1) Mr. Joseph Amrhein Mr. and Mrs. Selim Ayoub Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergeron Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bert Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brandt Dr. Michael Broom Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Brown Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Burke Mr. Andrew P. Caneza Mr. and Mrs. Claudio Cellucci Mrs. Jean Corr Mr. and Mrs. James Croson Mr. and Mrs. David Dennis Mr. and Mrs. James Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Engelman Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Euler Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gilardi Mr. and Mrs. David Halloran Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hannigan Mr. & Mrs. Sean Heaney Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Henkelman

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Holm Dr. and Mrs. Brian Jurbala Mr. and Mrs. Allan Keen Mr. and Mrs. Mark A Keenan Dr. and Mrs. Troy King Mr. and Mrs. John L. Landon Mr. and Mrs. Randy Larson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Licursi Mr. and Mrs. John Lord Mr. and Mrs. Brian Lower Mrs. Frances Marino Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Massey Mr. and Mrs. James McCahill Mr. Thomas Myers Dr. and Mrs. Michael Nocero Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Nolan Mr. and Mrs. William Orosz Mrs. Frances Pope Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pouliot Mr. and Mrs. B. Terence Quigley Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Rainey Dr. Jose Ramirez and

Dr. Pearl Ramirez Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Saathoff Mr. and Mrs. Derrik Sandberg Mrs. Diane Schneider Mrs. Marilyn Sciortino Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shantz Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Donald Strube, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don K. Strube, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Strube Mr. and Mrs. Steve Strube Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Strube Mr. and Mrs. Tom Strube Mr. and Mrs. F. Thomas Ustler Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Vaxmonsky Ms. Bickley Wilson Dr. Thomas Winters and Dr. Rebecca Moroose Mr. and Mrs. J. Stephen Zepf Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zielke Mr. and Mrs. Victor Zollo


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$125 Million Raised to Date!

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he Diocese of Orlando has been blessed with extraordinary growth in recent years, providing new opportunities to continue Christ’s work in our world. As the beneficiaries of God’s great abundance, it is our responsibility to ensure that we have the facilities and resources needed to proclaim the gospel for years to come. Across the nine counties of our Diocese, God’s people are making that vision a reality through Alive in Christ, the first ever capital campaign for the Diocese of Orlando. Alive in Christ is designed to support the ongoing growth of the larger Church in Central Florida while helping parishes and missions to secure the resources they need to sustain and expand their own ministries. Within the context of one large campaign, all 92 parishes and missions in the Diocese of Orlando will conduct their own effort for Alive in Christ, with groups of parishes making up a series of six campaign “waves.” All of our parishes are currently participating in Alive in Christ at some level, and the last wave of parishes is expected to wrap up the active phase of the campaign by December 2010. We have set an overall campaign goal of $150 million. While these funds will make possible many of the larger Church priorities that surfaced during the Synod, the majority of campaign proceeds will remain at the local level, enabling parishes to move forward with important projects that help all of us to Grow, Lead & Share our faith more fully. We are training Church leaders (top), assisting new and existing parishes and missions (Centro Guadalupano Mission, Wahneta, center) and cultivating new leaders (Campus Ministry, bottom)


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Together we are expanding the scope and reach of Catholic Charities, exploring new ways to recruit and train Church leaders, and providing more young people with access to a Catholic education. At the local level, our parishes and missions are improving their facilities, enhancing their outreach ministries, and investing in the future through permanent endowments. As a result of the generosity and extraordinary sacrifices of the faithful throughout our Diocese, $125 million has been raised for the Alive in Christ Campaign as of October 31, 2010.

We are reaching out to those in need (Lazarus Free Medical Clinic, Wildwood, above), educating young people (St. Joseph School, Palm Bay, top left) and nurturing our clergy through programs such as “Good Leaders, Good Shepherds� (bottom left)


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A live in C hrist Capital Campaign Total Goal: $150,000,000

Called to Grow...

Endowment

Capital

New Parishes & Missions

$ 5,000,000

New Schools

$

Tuition Assistance

$ 11,000,000

$

San Pedro Retreat Center

$ 1,000,000

$ 5,000,000

Cathedral of St. James

$ 1,000,000

$ 3,000,000

Endowment

Capital

Catholic Campus Ministry Center

$ 1,000,000

$ 5,000,000

Recruiting & Forming Clergy/Lay Leaders

$ 4,000,000

-

Endowment

Capital

Catholic Charities of Central Florida

$ 4,000,000

$ 8,000,000

Catholic Foundation of Central Florida

$ 8,000,000

-

$ 35,000,000

$ 25,000,000

Called to Lead...

Called to Share...

Subtotals Grand Totals

-

Synod Case

$ 60,000,000

Parishes

$ 90,000,000

Total

$ 150,000,000

$

-

$ 4,000,000 -


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Planned giving is a simple yet meaningful way to leave a lasting legacy for the benefit of Christ’s Kingdom.

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n 2009 the Catholic Foundation of Central Florida initiated the Vivos Christi Society as a way to celebrate and honor those faithful Catholics who provide for the future of our local Church through the beautiful gesture of a planned gift. Membership is open to all parishioners who make a provision in their will or estate plans on behalf of any of the parishes, schools or ministries of the Diocese of Orlando. It is our hope that the Vivos Christi Society will serve as an important way of continuing the life-changing work that is currently taking place through the Alive in Christ Campaign. Indeed, the words Vivos Christi, translated from the Latin, mean “Alive in Christ.”

Bishop Thomas Wenski presents founding members Edward and Diana Sabon (All Souls, Sanford) with a blessing and a special medal at the first Vivos Christi Society Induction Ceremony.

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We plan to launch the society progressively throughout the Diocese as parishes complete the active phase of their Alive in Christ Campaign. In 2009 we began building our family of founding members from among those parishes that participated in the first wave of Alive in Christ. On April 15th, 2009, 89 honorees from local parishes were officially recognized during our first Vivos Christi Society Induction Ceremony, held at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Mary, Queen of the Universe, just prior to the annual Chrism Mass. On March 31st, 2010, we welcomed additional founding members from among those parishes that participated in the second and third waves of Alive in Christ. We will continue this progressive rollout through 2012 so that every parish has an opportunity to participate.

St. Therese of Lisieux, patron saint of the Vivos Christi Society

St. Therese of Lisieux, the “Little Flower,� once said that she wanted to spend her time in heaven doing good on earth. A planned gift to the Church likewise enables us to do good even after our earthly pilgrimage comes to an end and we enter into Eternal Life in the presence of Jesus. Bishop Thomas Wenski greets founding members Sal and Jean Campisi and Fr. Matthew Mello (all from Church of the Resurrection, Lakeland) at a reception following the 2010 Vivos Christi Induction Ceremony.


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s Christians we are people of abundant hope. The 545 generous men and women who represent the Vivos Christi Society are examples of that hope. Through their word and witness, they are creating a lasting legacy that will continue to grow and strengthen our Church and its ministries. Anonymous (7) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Amrhein Mrs. Elena B. Antonietti Mrs. Maria Austin Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ayoob Ms. Eileen Behr Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bischof Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blitch Rev. Ramon Bolatete Mr. Otto Bomberg Mr. and Mrs. George Britt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brockerman Mrs. Joan Buning Mr. and Mrs. Salvador V. Campisi, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Carroll, Jr. Ms. Susan Castrianni Ms. Claire Catalano Mr. and Mrs. Brent R. Centlivre Mrs. Florence Clifford Ms. Gladys Cordoba Mr. and Mrs. Marion Cornett Mr. and Mrs. John Corrigan Mrs. Catherine Cotner Ms. Theresa Dare Ms. Victoria Davidson Mr. John Dearhammer

Mr. and Mrs. Michael DelBovo Ms. Rose D. Donleavy Ms. June Douglas Mr. and Mrs. John Earley Mr. Andrew Feliciano Mrs. Catherine Marie Finn Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fish Mrs. Evelyn Flynn Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fowler Miss Mary Anne Freyer Mr. and Mrs. Jason Froehlich Mr. and Mrs. Jason Garcia Mrs. Nan Genger Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gibbons Very Rev. Michael E. Giglio Miss Dorothy Glanzer Mr. and Mrs. Roger Godin Mrs. Alicia Goncars Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gower Mrs. Marianna Graham Ms. Vivian Grenon Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Guffner Mr. Brian Gwynn Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanley Ms. Grace Heddens Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hernan

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hillier Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hornsby Miss Ann Jaslowski Ms. Susan Johnn Mrs. Patricia Johnsen Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson Mrs. Lida Johnson Mrs. Marylou Johnson Mrs. Marguerite Juras Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kapushy Mr. and Mrs. Allan E. Keen Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Keller Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. John Klumph Mr. Raymond Kraemer Mrs. Jacquelyn Lamberty Mr. and Mrs. Eric Larson Ms. Millie Laskowski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Lawlor Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Lazenby Mrs. Gertrude E. Leete Mr. and Mrs. Warren Leroux Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lewis Mr. Richard Lienenbrink Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Locey Mr. and Mrs. John Lord


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Mrs. Irene Lotsey Mr. and Mrs. John Loughe Francille M. Macfarland Ms. Olga Marto Dr. and Mrs. Mihalj Matko Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mc Mullen Very Rev. Edward McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mcdonald Miss Susan Mcdonough Rev. Matthew Mello Mr. and Mrs. John G Mestan Ms. Mathilde Mielke Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moran Mr. Arthur Nasio Mrs. Annette Neel Mr. and Mrs. Manual Nieves, Jr. Rev. Patrick J. O’Doherty Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Oswald Miss Dorothy Patrick Dr. and Mrs. Edward Pauley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Phillips Mr. and Mrs. David Pistarelli Mr. and Mrs. John Pitkethly

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Mrs. Eleanor Pivec Mr. and Mrs. Carlo Poliafico Mrs. Dorothy Reisch Mr. and Mrs. Duane Renner Mrs. Rosa Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Roane Miss Domonic Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Rojas Ms. Ruthann Rose Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rowland Mr. James Ryan Miss Agnes C. Scannell Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schatzman Ms. Patricia Schloot Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. John “Jack” Schrenker Mrs. Marilyn Sciortino Miss Margaret Sheehan Mrs. Marie Sheldon Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shoffner Ms. Marie Simolin Ms. Thelma Snyder Ms. Lillian Taylor

Mrs. Anna Thomas Rev. Edward J. Thompson Mr. Barnabas P. Toth Mr. and Mrs. John Traexler Mrs. Doris Trameri Mr. and Mrs. Victor J Troiano Mr. and Mrs. Guy Troiano Ms. Carole Trone Rev. Richard Trout Mrs. Sylvia Urich Mr. Robert Vavra Rev. David Vivero Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Warren Mrs. Max Watson Mr. and Mrs. Ken Watts Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Weis Mr. and Mrs. John Wendel Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wieske Mr. and Mrs. Bill Winters Mr. Daniel Witucki Mrs. Helen Wood Ms. Rosita Woodhouse Mrs. Estelle Zegaren

n addition to the 153 active members listed above, we also honor the 392 members of the Vivos Christi Society who have been called home to Our Lord.. May their legacy continue to touch the hearts of God’s people and inspire others to new levels of faithful generosity and service.


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The Catholic Foundation of Central Florida, Inc. Statements of Financial Position June 30, 2010 and June 30, 2009 Assets Cash and cash equivalents Leadership gifts receivable Fundraising fees receivable Deposits Property and equipment Total assets

June 2010

June 2009

$

11,089,564 4,562,045 1,232,036 2,425 26,708

11,346,726 3,743,534 741,028 9,671 40,773

$

16,912,778

15,881,732

$

194,165 2,003,132 60,488

1,157,452 1,433,353 54,292

2,257,785

2,645,097

2,823,702 4,319,855 7,511,436

2,484,903 5,078,416 5,673,316

14,654,993

13,236,635

16,912,778

15,881,732

Liabilities and net assets Liabilities Indebtedness Assets held for others Accrued expenses

Total liabilities

Net assets Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted

Total liabilities and net assets

$

Audited by KPMG LLP. Audited Financial Statements are available upon request or online at www.CatholicFoundationCFL.org


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The Catholic Foundation of Central Florida, Inc. Statements of Activities and Changes in Net Assets For the Years Ended June 30, 2010 and 2009 Changes in unrestricted net assets: Operating revenue and support Fundraising fees Development and stewardship fees Unrestricted leadership gifts Interest income Total operating revenue and support

$

Operating expenses Alive in Christ campaign Our Catholic Appeal Major and Planned Giving Management and administration Total operating expenses Restricted asset distributions Temporary restrictions expired Temporarily restricted assets distributed Changes in unrestricted net assets Net unrestricted assets, beginning of the year Net unrestricted assets, end of the year Changes in temporarily restricted net assets Leadership gifts Restrictions expired Interest income Changes in temporarily restricted net assets Net temporarily restricted net assets, beginning of the year Net temporarily restricted net assets, end of the year Changes in permanently restricted net assets Leadership gifts Alive in Christ campaign distributions received Interest income Changes in permanently restricted net assets Net permanently restricted net assets, beginning of the year Net permanently restricted net assets, end of the year Increase in net assets Net assets, beginning of the year Net assets, end of the year

$ $

$ $

$ $ $

June 2010

June 2009

2,175,113 600,000 576,269 27,633 3,379,015

1,715,219 600,000 1,505,368 22,615 3,843,202

1,667,351 546,939 159,780 666,146 3,040,216 338,799

2,005,635 725,686 121,825 591,187 3,444,333 398,869

1,502,813 (1,502,813)

205,000 (205,000)

338,799 2,484,903 2,823,702

398,869 2,086,034 2,484,903

668,616 (1,502,813) 75,636

4,828,575 (205,000) 15,660

(758,561) 5,078,416 4,319,855

4,639,235 439,181 5,078,416

457,126 1,351,483 29,511

4,393,792 1,057,593 3,982

1,838,120 5,673,316 7,511,436

5,455,367 217,949 5,673,316

1,418,358 13,236,635 14,654,993

10,493,471 2,743,164 13,236,635

Audited by KPMG LLP. Audited Financial Statements are available upon request or online at www.CatholicFoundationCFL.org


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WAYS TO GIVE

OUR MISSION

Gifts of Cash Bequest Gifts of Retirement Assets

To encourage selfless stewardship

Charitable Gift Annuity Lead Trusts Charitable Remainder Trust

among individuals, families and organizations;

Revocable Living Trust Gifts of Life Insurance Deferred Payment Gift Annuity Appreciated Securities/Stock Gifts of Real Estate

safeguard and promote accountability of the gifts entrusted to our care; and engage donors to support the spiritual, educational and social needs of our faith community.

Personal Property


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O ur F oundation P rayer

God our Father, You are the vine and we are the branches. You have chosen us to plant seeds of faith into the fertile soil of our diocese. Send forth your Spirit to fill us with the humility and courage that will allow our gifts to multiply as we work together to build your Kingdom. Challenge us to be selfless stewards and inspire us to be fully Alive in Christ each day. Amen.


For more information about the Catholic Foundation of Central Florida, Inc., please contact: The Catholic Foundation of Central Florida, Inc. PO Box 4905, Orlando FL 32802-4905

www.CatholicFoundationCFL.org (407) 246-4889


Annual Report 2009 - 2010