Weekend Mass Schedule • Saturday 4:30 and 7:30pm, and Sunday 7:30am, 9:00am, 10:30am and noon
Weekday Mass Schedule • Monday through Friday 6:15am and 7:45am, and Saturday 7:45am • School Masses on Friday at 9:15am according to school calendar
Holy Day Mass Schedule • Vigil Mass at 5:30pm the evening prior • On the Holy Day, Mass at 6:15am, 7:45am, and 5:30pm
Holy Thursday • 7:30 pm
Good Friday • 3:00 pm & 6:00 pm
Holy Saturday • Vigil Mass at 8:15 pm
Easter Sunday • 7:30 am, 9:00 am, 10:30 am and noon
The clergy and staff at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church are excited to present our new website. There is no question that we live in a digital age and during this year of faith we follow the example of the Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen to utilize the means of communication available at our moment in history to communicate the mission and preaching of Jesus Christ and His Church. Through this venue we hope to provide timely information about our parish. We have added a learning tab to provide all types of information for our ongoing faith formation.
On this site you can browse our many ministries and organizations and ways to participate and volunteer. Our calendar can provide up-to-date information about the many activities here at our parish. . Additionally, we are very excited about starting a parish blog which will allow any of our parishioners to share ideas about our precious faith, to encourage each other in friendship and in prayer. In addition to this new site we have created a Facebook page which you can add as one of your "likes" and be part of our social network page to access information, find photos, post thoughts, ask for prayers, etc..
During his papacy Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI ushered the Vatican into the digital age by utilizing You Tube, Facebook, and Twitter to assist in his mission to teach, govern, and sanctify. He said,
"New horizons are now open that were until recently unimaginable; they stir our wonder at the possibilities offered by these new media and, at the same time, urgently demand a serious reflection on the significance of communication in the digital age. This is particularly evident when we are confronted with the extraordinary potential of the internet and the complexity of its uses. As with every other fruit of human ingenuity, the new communications technologies must be placed at the service of the integral good of the individual and of the whole of humanity. If used wisely, they can contribute to the satisfaction of the desire for meaning, truth and unity which remain the most profound aspirations of each human being."
- Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI message for the world day of communications.