If the parish or facility doesn't have a mailing address different from the street address, you can leave this field empty.
Click Add Assignment/Affiliation to insert a person with a position or role at the parish. Use the tabs to view information about the selected person. Click Load Personnel to view the personnel record.
Enter information such as the mission statement and founding date for a parish/facility. You also have the option for the information to display in the printed directory.
Enter the location (file name) where a file is saved on your computer. Click View Document to open the file with the default program set for your computer.
This does not save the document in the program; it only opens the document from the location on your computer. If you move or delete the file from the location you enter, it does not display in the program.
Displays a grid where you can record the date and description of significant historical events with a parish/facility. For more information, see Manage an Institution's History Log.
Displays a grid where you can keep track of multiple forms of incoming and outgoing correspondence for a parish/facility. For more information, see Track Interactions With People.
You can keep track of any statistics in this window. Enter the period, statistic, and count.
If your diocese has multiple parishes installed on one computer, you can authorize users from those parishes to access all databases. To do this, you must have the passwords for each parish. For more information, see Add Data Synchronization Passwords.
Manage funds in this window. For more information, see Manage Development Funds.
View the totals paid to fund activities and totals and balances due for charges. For more information, see View Recaps of Fund Activities and Totals.
Displays the billing address for the parish/facility associated with a particular fund. For more information, see Edit a Billing Address.
Individual Letter, Label
Open a report wizard with the option to create a custom label, envelope, or letter report. For more information, see Address and Send a Letter.