The Fiat Capital Campaign originated in 2019 as a joint campaign with the archdiocese’s One Faith, One Family, One Future in Christ capital campaign, which, among other initiatives, has funded the construction of residences for retired priests at Santa Marta. Queen of the Holy Rosary parishioners have met our parish’s commitment to the archdiocese’s campaign through gifts amounting to $1,035,750.
In April 2022, the cost to construct the Fiat Formation Center was estimated to be $2,750,000. As our planning has progressed, the design finalized, and the contractors’ bids accepted, the final cost is now $3,194,644. We are grateful for the generosity of our parishioners who have given and pledged a total of $2,369,023 toward the Fiat Center. Last year, we extended the campaign three more years and are gratified at the number of parish families who are extending their commitment, both through additional pledges and informally extending their original monthly, quarterly, and annual commitment through year-end 2027. Below is a more detailed picture of our progress.