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Mass on Sundays

 

Mass On Sundays:

  • Hear and view live stream of the Mass in the St. Vincent’s Hall. 
  • Hear Mass in your car on the radio station 105.3.
  • Masses are live streamed in the hall

Holy Communion will be distributed at these places during communion time.

You may also watch Mass livestream in your home.

Father Mike offers daily masses via Facebook at and also via Flocknote. There are also other resources that are wonderful found at

NO St. Vincent Religious Education-Nov. 23

There are NO St. Vincent Religious Education classes on Wednesday, November 23rd at St. Vincent school. We wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!

 

St. Vincent de Paul Church’s New Mobile App is Here

GivePlus Mobile will be retired as of September 30, 2021

St. Vincent de Paul parish is pleased to announce we have an upgraded mobile app! Vanco, our eGiving provider, has launched an updated mobile app called Vanco Mobile Faith.

This new mobile app will be replacing GivePlus Mobile. With Vanco Mobile Faith you can send one-time donations or set recurring gifts.

How Do You Download Vanco Mobile Faith?

It’s easy! Head over to the App Store or Google Play to download Vanco Mobile Faith for free. Be sure to download this app.

To give using Vanco Mobile Faith, follow these five easy steps:

  1. Search for our church by name.
  2. Select your gift amount, fund and frequency.
  3. Enter your payment method. (You can save this information for future use!)
  4. Choose whether you want to cover processing fees.
  5. Click Submit to complete your donation.

You can also check out this Vanco Mobile How-To Guide for step-by-step instructions.

Please stop by the church office on Monday mornings or call Margaret Haehl if you have questions or need assistance.

St. Vincent K of C—Nov. 27 Breakfast

The St. Vincent Knight of Columbus is hosting their sausage biscuits gravy breakfast November 27th after the 8:30am Mass in the Parish Hall. Altar servers are invited to stop by the kitchen for a holiday gift as a Thank You for their faithful serving.

Reception of Holy Communion

On Sunday, November 27th, the beginning of the new liturgical year, at St. Vincent we will return to our PreCovid way of walking to receive Holy Communion. There will be 4 Eucharistic Ministers. Most people will walk up the middle aisle. The side wings people will go through the bench to the middle aisle. If people have trouble walking, please sit in the front benches and let someone know that you need a minister to bring you Holy Communion

 

Newsletters: Around the Parish

  • Click to view the Newsletter
  • Please share your joys and sorrows with your parish family. Please call Pat or email her at pat.barley49@gmail.com 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. Thank you, Pat Barley 

Life Line Screening—Dec. 6

On Tuesday , December 6th, St. Vincent De Paul Catholic Church is hosting a Life Line Screening event for the community. They will perform ultrasound tests for stroke/carotid artery blockage, abdominal aortic aneurysm,peripheral arterial disease, and osteoporosis risk. These non-invasive screenings are completely painless, take about 10 minutes each and are affordable. Screenings are recommended for anyone age 50 and older. Life Line Screening now offers 3 simple finger-stick blood tests to identify risk factors for heart disease and diabetes. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Appointments are filling fast, so you may want to make your appointment soon. Get your special Community Circle pricing! Pre-registration is required.

There are three different ways to signup:

Call toll free: 1-844-591-7098

Online: LLSA.SOCIAL

HCText: the word “circle” to 216-279-1607

Flocknote:

St. Vincent’s Parish has joined St. Joseph Parish on Flocknote. This is an easy way for us to communicate with people.
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

Detailed signup instructions

Dinner Before Bedtime Meals

Several people from St. Vincent’s Parish delivered dinners to children during the month of April. After that some people said they would like to have done that. Now is your chance. Our parish has been asked to deliver meals to children during the month of December. We pick up meals from Cracker Barrel Restaurant at 5:00pm. It takes about 1 ½ hour to deliver them. If you feel like you and a friend can do this a few times this December, please call 812-455-9348 as soon as possible. I feel I have to cover the days that no one takes and I can’t cover Monday or Wednesday because of other commitments. Please HELP. Make your Advent mean something!! 

Prayer Before & After Mass

Remember that it is a beautiful practice to pray before Mass and after Mass. Offer a pious, heartfelt prayer before Mass asking Jesus to touch and transform your life. Offer another such prayer at the end of Mass, thanking God for the Eucharist

Monthly Worldwide Catholic Devotions

  • January – The Holy Name of Jesus
  • February – The Holy Family
  • March – St. Joseph
  • April – The Holy Eucharist
  • May – The Blessed Virgin Mary
  • June – The Sacred Heart of Jesus
  • July – The Precious Blood of Jesus
  • August – The Immaculate Heart of Mary
  • September – The Seven Sorrows of Mary / The Sorrowful Mother
  • October – The Holy Rosary
  • November – The Holy Souls in Purgatory
  • December – The Immaculate Conception (of the

Blessed Virgin Mary)

Traveling? GO TO MASS!

  • to find a Mass where you’re going.  Remember: it is a mortal sin to miss Sunday Mass, whether you are on vacation or not!
  • https://masstimes.org/
 

St. Vincent Liturgical Ministers

Paula Perry will be creating the schedule for November, December and January soon! Please let her know your availability by October 10th. Check your email for more information on Holy Days and Christmas Mass times at St. Vincent.

 

Did you know that St. Vincent Parish has an endowment which will provide a perpetual source of revenue for our parish? It is managed by the Archdiocese’s Catholic Community Foundation. Utilizing the power of investing and compound interest, annual distribution from our endowment will provide for the general needs and operating expenses of our parish. 

As we add to it and it grows, so does the annual distribution and impact. A wide variety of gifts can be contributed – cash, stocks, mutual funds, charitable IRA rollovers, bequests, charitable gift annuities, life insurance/retirement designations, to name a few.  Perhaps your own personal legacy of stewardship can link with St. Vincent’s. Contact Margaret Haehl or Sr. Joan with any interest or questions

Book Box at St. Vincent:

  • There is a new Book Box in the corner of St. Vincent’s parking lot by the Hall. It is for people to trade books. Bring a book, take a book. The books can be children’s book, good novels, whatever kind you want to share. There is no limit of how many you take or if you bring them back just enjoy.
 
 

Wednesday Afternoon Rosary:

  • Rosary at 5:30 PM in the hall
  • How to Pray the Rosary
  • If you can make the commitment to lead the Rosary
    on Wednesday evenings at  5:30pm in St. Vincent Parish Hall, please contact Sr. Joan at the
    St. Vincent office, 317-398-4028

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