St. Vincent dePaul
ST. VINCENT de PAUL SOCIETY
The St. Vincent de Paul Society meets on the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. in the school. At Thanksgiving and Christmas, we
meets twice a month as members prepare to distribute food to families that need help in providing traditional holiday meals.
If you are interested in joining this wonderful ministry and following in the footsteps of St. Vincent in helping the poor, please come to one of our meetings or call the rectory for more information.
Thanksgiving & Christmas Food Baskets
The St. Vincent de Paul Society will be preparing and distributing food baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas again this year.
If you know anyone who could use a basket, please contact Mike Roemer at 472-5886.
We will need the person’s name, phone number and address.
Your St. Vincent de Paul Society is here to assist individuals and families in our community who have no where to turn for help, for food and living assistance. Contact the rectory at 754-4118.
St. Peter’s St. Vincent de Paul Conference wants to thank all of our parishioners for their loyal and generous support monetarily and for placing nonperishables in the barrels at the entrances of the church. Your donations are used locally when needed or forwarded to Heart, Love and Soul where the need is extreme. The need is great especially over the summer.
Your SVDP Conference has set up a fundraising account at the Lewiston Redemption Center where you can return your deposit bottles and cans and donate the proceeds to us. Just bring your bag of redeemables to 820 Seneca Street (next to Greg’s Pools and around the corner from the library) and the Redemption Center staff will do all the work. While it is an easier way to return bottles and cans, it will also go a long way helping us assist the poor and needy in our community! Thank you and God bless you for your generosity. Questions? Call Jim Allen at 754-8897.
Attention St. Peter RC Parish Parishioners
Your Parish St. Vincent DePaul Conference is strengthening our outreach ministry at Our Lady of Peace Nursing Home. Volunteers are needed to accompany St. Vincent Members as we call upon residents, especially those who do not receive many visitors. Are you willing to share an hour of your time on the 1st Sunday of the Month and brighten a resident’s day? If you would like more information, please give Jim Allen a call at 754-8897.
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All Are Welcome
President – Jim Allen (716) 754-8897
Vice President – Mike Roemer
Secretary – Linus Ormsby
Treasurer – Alan Schug
Members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society (or Vincentians) are men and women who strive to grow spiritually through acts of charity. They believe that our blessings of time, talent and treasure are meant to be shared with our brothers and sisters in need.
Blessed Frederic Ozanam, together with other young students, founded the society in 1833 in Paris. They developed their method of service under the guidance of Sister (now Saint) Rosalie Rendu, a Daughter of Charity who was prominent in her service in the slums of Paris. The society is named for St. Vincent de Paul, the universal patron of charitable works.
The religious congregation he founded, the Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians), sponsors Niagara University.