What happens to the money a diocesan priest makes?

Answer: 

Since a diocesan priest does not take a vow of poverty, he receives a personal salary. Priests receive a salary commensurate with the local standard of living enabling him to pay for expenses he has: medical, car, books, entertainment, clothes, vacation and charitable contributions. Basic necessities are provided by the parish where he serves.

The amount of money made by a priest is not really important. We have chosen to live simply, without accumulating a lot of material possessions, in order to enable us to focus our lives more freely