Office of Finance
The Finance Department for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Boise has as its mission to be a good steward of the temporal goods of the Catholic Faith Community in Idaho.
To achieve this mission the department endeavors to keep Diocesan Ministries and programs running smoothly by adequately budgeting for them, and monitoring the financial condition of the Diocese to insure that funds will be available to provide for the various ministries at the appropriate time.
Secondly, the finance office administers centralized programs that benefit parishes and schools across the Diocese in the area of cash operations, investments, real estate acquisition, insurance and payroll.
Diocesan Financial Statements
Fiscal year 2019-2020
Fiscal year 2018-2019
Fiscal year 2018-2017
Fiscal year 2017-2016
Fiscal year 2015-2016
Fiscal year 2015-2014
Fiscal year 2014-2013
Fiscal year 2013-2012
Fiscal year 2012-2011
Fiscal year 2011-2010
Fiscal year 2010-2009
General Finance Forms
Employee Data Form
Payroll Change Notice
Health Insurance Forms
RETA Summary of Benefits and Coverages EPO: English Spanish
RETA Summary of Benefits and Coverages PPO: English Spanish
RETA Summary of Benefits and Coverages HSA: English Spanish
Student Accident Insurance Claim Form
Life Insurance/Long-Term Disability Forms
United Heritage Life/LTD Benefits English Spanish
United Heritage Group Insurance Beneficiary Form English Spanish
Special Events Insurance Forms
Transportation and Driver Forms - Driving A Diocesan Vehicle
Transportation and Driver Forms - Driving A Privately Owned Vehicle for Diocese Work
Office of Finance Staff
College of ConsultorsThe College of Diocesan Consultors is a group of priests who act as official advisors to the Bishop in certain matters pertaining to the administration of the Diocese as detailed in canon law. The College of Consultors also acts as a governing board for the Diocese when the Diocese is vacant. Consultors are appointed by the Bishop from members of the Diocesan Presbyteral Council. Consultors serve as a body for a five year term.
Council of Priests (Presbyteral Council)The Council of Priests is a consultative body representative of diocesan and religious priests in service to the Diocese. The Council’s role is to assist the Bishop, in accordance with the law, in the governance of the Diocese, so that the pastoral welfare of that portion of the people of God entrusted to the Bishop may be most effectively promoted.
Diocesan Pastoral CouncilThe Diocesan Pastoral Council is a body of clergy, religious and laity who advise the Bishop in those matters which concern the pastoral works of the Diocese. The Council is consultative in nature. Its primary task is to study all aspects of the life of the People of God in the Diocese and to make recommendations to the Bishop concerning them.
CabinetThe Cabinet is an advisory body comprised of diocesan departmental directors and other leaders with whom the Bishop meets regularly and from whom he solicits input for the administration and pastoral care of the diocese.
Priests' Personnel CommissionThe Priests' Personnel Commission is a group of diocesan priests who assist the Bishop in his responsibility of appointing pastors, associate pastors, permanent deacons, and Parish Life Directors. The Commission serves in an advisory capacity to the Bishop and assists him in serving the pastoral needs of the People of God in the diocese.
Diocesan Finance CouncilThe Diocesan Finance Council is an advisory body appointed by the Bishop for the purpose of assisting and advising him in the administration of the business and financial affairs of the diocese. The Council is composed of clergy and lay persons skilled in financial matters and who are familiar with the civil law. The Council works closely with the Diocesan Finance Officer. The Bishop presides at all meetings. Council members serve for a term of five years.
Sisters’ CouncilThe Sisters’ Council is an advisory body to the Bishop and serves as a liaison between the women Religious who serve in the diocese and the Bishop.