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Secretariat for Stewardship Web Site
The Secretariat for Stewardship is entrusted with responsibilities for caring for property, managing temporal matters, making resources yield as much as possible, and sharing resources with others. The responsibilities involve a commitment to trust and accountability as defined by the USCCB Pastoral entitled Stewardship: A Disciple's Response. Functional areas include revenue (contributions, gifts, fundraising, etc.), budgeting (operating and programming, solvency strategies, cash management, etc.), and temporal goods (acquisition, maintenance, management, and alienation).
Often times, Catholics who have placed a high value on the Christian beliefs, want to provide for the diocese or their Church in anticipation of death. Thus, the term planned giving. This remembrance to the church can take several forms but does require preparation. The first step is to prepare a ...
Diocesan Annual Appeal
We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the Diocesan Annual Appeal. The Christ-centered services and programs enabled through this generosity, helps our Missions, Catholic education, and Catholic Social Outreach.
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Employment at the Catholic Diocese of Lexington
The Secretariat for Stewardship is responsible for maintaining employment forms for all employees. The forms and documents that are needed for employment are located on the right hand side of this webpage, about half way down. Please look for Pre-Employment Forms to start.
Convocation of Councils Presentation
"Relationships Between Councils and the Relationship with the Diocese" (PDF of Presentation)
Diocesan Building Commission
The Diocesan Building Commission is a body of ten professional members who serve to advise and oversee construction of new and existing properties owned by the Diocese of Lexington. Meetings are held on the second Friday in odd numbered ...
School Safety Survey due October 15
School Safety Survey due October
Mission Coop Program
The Society of the Propagation of the Faith is an exchange program where by mission speakers from all over the world can make appeals for monetary contributions to support the work of their diocese or order. In the Network phase of the program, our diocesan speakers are selected on a voluntary ...
Diocesan Finance Council
The Diocesan Finance Council is formed in accord with canon 492, revised Code of Canon Law (1983) from individuals appointed by the bishop and known to be of sound integrity and are diverse in their expertise of finance and civil law. Each ...
Grant Development Overview
We welcome the opportunity to partner with foundations, community and government agencies, and corporations to work toward common goals.
In addition, the Grant Developer is available to help parishes, schools, and diocesan- affiliated organizations ...