Outdoor Mass on Sundays
Outdoor Mass On Sundays:
Holy Communion will be distributed at these places during communion time.
You may also watch Mass livestream in your home.
BEGINNING MAY 19:
WEEKEND MASSES :
Depending on weather, Masses will be OUTSIDE . Bring your own LAWN CHAIR. Bathrooms will be available.
We strongly encourage parishioners 65 and older, and those with underlying medical issues, to stay home and participate in our online livestream Masses or hear Mass in your car on the radio station 105.3. .
Those who are or have recently been ill with coughs, fevers, breathing troubles MUST STAY HOME out of concern for the others.
A MASK is highly suggested when you come to Mass. Those age 7 and older are asked to wear a mas from the time you exit your vehicle until you return. The mask protects OTHERS and helps them feel safer. Our of charity, wear a mask. Here is a good video: https://youtu.be/oZUE1awVj3Y
PERSONAL SANITIZER: You are asked to bring your personal hand sanitizer. We suggest you use it once seated, prior to communion, immediately after communion, and once you return to your vehicle.
COMMUNION: Please leave your mask on as you approach the Eucharist. As you approach the priest or Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion, lower your mask and receive the Host. Here is a good video: https://youtu.be/aw_Gr9s5lKg
COLLECTION/TITHE: Thank you to those who have been faithfully sending in their collection envelopes. It has been much appreciated and much needed. You may donate online to St Joseph at https://www.stjoeshelby.org/online-giving/ and to St. Vincent at http://svdpcc.com/. A box will be available at Masses into which you may put your offering. There will be no ushers.
• Communion from the Chalice remains suspended
The health of our family is an important priority, second to eternal salvation! If we are going to err, it is going to be on the side of caution. We ask you to respect and protect those you encounter at Mass. There will be challenges and frustration as we work through the guidelines provided for our protection, now and in the future. We appreciate your understanding and support. You are in our thoughts and prayers and we ask for a place in yours!
Father Mike offers daily masses via Facebook at and also via Flocknote. There are also other resources that are wonderful found at
|As you can see on the Collections report on page 2 of the bulletin, St. Vincent’s did not reach our Sunday Collection goal of $5,181.18 this Sunday. We haven’t met the goal for the past 7 Sundays. If you have not been tithing lately, we ask that you begin because we need to pay our bills and we rely on the Sunday Collection to do that. Our On-line giving has helped, but many people are not giving either way. All I’m asking is that you tithe. If you have much, please share much. If you have little, share little. But give God, God’s share.
Salvation Army Dinner—October 11
|St Vincent will be hosting the Salvation Army Dinner on Sunday, October 11, 2020.
The menu will be fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, rolls and brownies. All will be provided by the Knights of Columbus. Because of COVID-19, we are making the meals all to go and the Salvation Army staff will dispense them to the clients.
If you would like to donate any of the above items, please call Jean Adams or Joyce Ford. Thank you for your generous support. We would like to give a very big THANK YOU to the Knights of Columbus who cook this meal for us each time.
- Around the Parish September
- Click to view the August Newsletter
- Please share your joys and sorrows with your parish family. Please call Pat or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or put your news item in the orange envelope at each Church door
- Thank you to everyone who has contributed to the newsletter this past year. A special thank you to Sr. Joan and Tammy Jones for their assistance. I could not do this without them. May God Bless all in the new year. Thank you, Pat Barley
- The dead-line for the September Newsletter is Sunday, September 20th
Book Box at St. Vincent:
Mobile giving please see attached instructions:
Face Mask Available:
- If you are in need of a mask or two, please call Joan Knight. She and a few ladies are making them.
St. Ann’s Altar Society Rummage Sale—October 2/3:
St. Ann Altar Society Fall Rummage Sale will be
October 2nd and 3rd in the Parish hall. If you can help with the sale in any way, please contact Eileen Settles .
Baked goods are needed for the rummage and bake sale. Please bring to the Parish hall by Thursday, October 1st.
If you have been saving your rummage, you may drop it off at the Parrish hall. The kitchen door will be open. If you can not make it during the day, the front foyer door of the Hall will be open for you to drop your items off. Please consider helping with set-up and assistance during the sale. Many hands are needed to make the sale possible.
Adoration Chapel Open Hours
|We need the following hours filled:
Please call Jim Kozinski if you can
Wednesday Afternoon Rosary: Suspended due to COVID-19
St Vincent de Paul Endowment Fund:
- When someone donates to these Endowment Funds, it is leaving a legacy to the future of St. Vincent de Paul Parish and Cemetery.
- St. Vincent de Paul has recently established an endowment fund as a perpetual source of revenue for our parish. A wide variety of gifts can be contributed – cash, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, charitable IRA rollovers, etc. Contact Margaret Haehl, John Kappes, or Sr. Joan Miller with interest or questions at St. Vincent Church – 317-398-4028.
Children’s Liturgy in action. Children up to First grade are welcome
- St. Vincent’s Parish has joined St. Joseph Parish on Flocknote. This is an easy way for us to communicate with the most people. There were 34 people who had signed themselves up with St. Joseph. I signed up 43 more people because they have children in Religious Education or some
other ministry. If you do not receive Flocknotes from St. Joseph and St. Vincent and want to receive them, please go to Flocknote.com and sign up or call Sr. Joan 317-398-4028 or 812-455-9348 or if you are receiving them and wish you didn’t, please let Sr. Joan know and she will take you off..
When to Call the Priest:
- When a loved one is ill, please remember to call Father Mike before it is too late to give last rites. Many times people wait too long, thinking things will get better or waiting until as close to the very end as possible. No need! Call Father as soon as things are going downhill. Remember that a per-son can receive the Sacrament of the Anointing many times in his or her life.
|St. Vincent 2019 Survey Results
Click to see the results of the St Vincent Catholic Church 2019 Survey