Fr. Ramon arrived in town Wednesday evening. Father Gary is very pleased to have Fr. Ramon back. He is on crutches but able to say mass. He is not able to distribute the host but he is sure there are eucharistic ministers that can take over his part. Welcome home Fr. Ramon!
Every time a child is baptized, the community rejoices over the newest member of mystical Body of Christ. At the same time that we celebrate the child, we also honor the parents who are the child’s first teachers and instructors in their faith, the Godparents who represent the faith community and who promise to support …View full post
“Sing to Him, sing His praise, proclaim all His wondrous deeds.” 1 Chronicles 16:9 “Sing joyfully to God our strength.” Psalm 81:1 Scripture is filled with exhortations to praise God with our joyful singing. We at St. Vincent’s are so blessed to have music ministers to help us do just that. Loyal and devoted, our …View full post
Here’s a riddle for you – How could you possibly make an magnificent church like St. Vincent de Paul even more beautiful than it already is? Answer: You call on the Art and Environment Ministry. St. Vincent’s is privileged to have 20 ministers whose efforts are hidden until our doors open for worship. Their task …View full post
The Finance Committee meets once a month, overseeing the fiscal aspect of parish life. They work with the pastor in making decisions regarding finance and the financial policy of the parish. It develops and regularly reviews the parish budget. It also takes the lead in coordinating financial plans for the parish and its schools. …View full post
Catholic Men’s Group at St Vincent Parish Who to contact for more info: Dave Berg 763-2378; Ross Hicks 762-9433; Dan Berry firstname.lastname@example.org We’re a group that is interested in using our strengths to serve the parish community, including both “fun raising” and fund raising. We are involved with liturgy, civic service, charity, and social events. Every …View full post
Birthright has a new home!! They are in the process of moving to 1330 Commerce Street, Suite C Petaluma, CA. They are off N. McDowell. They can always use donations of diapers, especially size 4. Of course a monetary donation is always welcome. :)
The memorial was built to honor the veterans from St. Vincent parish during the 150th anniversary of the parish.
Several veterans meet on some Mondays at the Boulevard Café for breakfast.
There will be 2 more potlucks this summer. July 12 for the 5p.m. Saturday Mass and 1030 Sunday Mass. The last potluck will be August 9. More details will be provided in bulletins.