February 28, 2014
Weekly Stewardship Report
February 23 Actual: $11,250 (Goal $11,000)
St. Vincent de Paul: $6,000
Our goal of $11,000 is the amount we need each week in order to meet our many financial responsibilities: insurance & utility bills, janitorial services, payroll, etc. Perhaps you are new to our parish and have not yet begun supporting St. Thomas Aquinas in a manner consistent with the gifts God shares with you. We encourage you to consider using the Sunday Offertory Envelopes or Online Giving as a way of giving to the Lord the “first fruits” of the "treasure" you have received. THANK YOU FOR SHARING GOD’S GIFTS!
December 8, 2013
Our average weekly collection for the 4th month of this new fiscal year was an all-time record of $12,559 ($9,715 in 2012). Our budget for weekly collections for July-November was $275,000; our actual is $283,000. This is an incredible achievement!
December 2, 2013
Amount of Active Pledges: $1,895,339
Behind & Dormant Pledges: $394,264
Amount of Collections to Date: $1,507,897
Parish Share Disbursement to St. Thomas Aquinas: $221,369
November 16, 2013
Every registered family has received in the mail a yellow Sacrificial Giving Intention Card. I am asking that each household spend some time in prayer and discernment, as you decide as a family your weekly or monthly gift in the Sunday Collection over the next 12 months. Please return your card either by bringing it with you to Mass or returning it in the mail. There are extra cards for those who did receive one in the mail in the vestibule of our churches. Thank you.
August 14, 2013
Update on 2012 Annual Diocesan Appeal
St. Thomas Aquinas’ ADA totals as of today August 1, 2013are:
Total pledged: $143,500
Total paid: $124,000
Total Refund: $4,000
Anticipated Refund: $24,000
Number of Donors: 354
Please keep making your regular payments. When all our pledges have been paid, St. Thomas Aquinas will receive a much needed rebate to help us pay for some important improvements to our parish facilities. Thank you for your support of Bishop McGrath and our local Church