The Archdiocese of Philadelphia released audited financial statements for several more entities of the archdiocese Monday, Feb. 8. They are similar in nature to the financial statements released last fall, covering the fiscal year ended June 30, 2015.
They included the Office for Financial Services, which concerns many of the offices of the Archdiocesan Pastoral Center, and other separate entities including Catholic education and Catholic Human Services in the archdiocese.
Included in the latest audited financial statements are St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, the Catholic Charities Appeal Fund and the archdiocesan Heritage of Faith-Vision of Hope Capital Campaign, which also includes an explanatory document.
Also released Feb. 8 are three financial statements on Catholic cemeteries in the archdiocese.
The accounting firm Grant Thornton audited all the financial statements.
See the statements released today and all previous such statements for the fiscal year ended June 30, 2015, here.
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