• Welcome to St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Germantown
  • Vincentian values inform our worship and our service
  • The celebration of the liturgy is central to us
St. Vincent de Paul is a faith community striving to live Jesus' gospel message of love, peace, and justice for all peoples.


Bible Studies

Bible studies have begun again. Please come and let your hearts burn with the power of the Word of God. Meeting in the Rectory parlors. Times are:

Thursday 7:00 - 8:30pm
Saturday 2:15 - 3:45pm
Sunday 10:15 - 11:30am

If You Need…

Please contact Fr. Sy Peterka at 215-438-2925
Please contact Fr. Sy Peterka at 215-438-2925
Please contact the Rectory at 215-438-2925
Ministry Opportunities
Please contact the Rectory at 215-438-2925
Reservations for Meetings/Events
Please contact the Rectory at 215-438-2925
Pastoral Care for the Aged, Sick, Hospitalized, or Grieving
Please contact the Rectory at 215-438-2925
Sign Up for Electronic Giving
Please contact the Kitty at 215-438-2925 x229

Normal Mass Schedule

Tuesday - Friday: 7am
Saturday: 4pm
Sunday: 9am & 11am


Hospitality will be held on the porch of the Rectory for the summer after the 9AM mass. There is nothing to purchase. All items are stored in the Rectory. There is no cost to the community for hospitality in the summer. Please sign up to host on the bulletin board by the side entrance of the church.

For information, call Jack DiFeo at 215-887-7911.

Pew Conversation Question for June 27th & 28th

The readings for June 27 and 28th, the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time, are as follows:

Wis 1:13-15; 2:23-24
Ps 30:2, 4, 5-6, 11, 12, 13
2 Cor 8:7, 9, 13-15
Mk 5:21-43

Please read and reflect on these scriptures, and then prayerfully consider the following questions, which will be our Pew Conversation or Meditation this coming weekend.
As Christians, we see our human family as the Body of Christ--and right now, we are "hemorrhaging." It takes courage and faith to do what the woman in today's Gospel did -- actually go up and touch Jesus!
What is keeping us from having that courage and faith to ask God to heal the the sickness in our world, and even our part in that sickness? Have you ever experienced this healing?

Vacation Bible School (VBS)

Vacation Bible School will be held August 17-21 for ages 5-11. Please plan on bringing your children or grandchildren to this fun, faith-filled camp. More information to follow.

Latest News

El Salvador Update

A great big THANK YOU from the Sister Parish Ministry – more than $3,500 was raised through the “Pins for Potties” bowling event held to help fund for the latrine-building project in Las Anoñas. Thank you to the many parishioners who made donations to support this project! Please continue to pray for the delegation traveling […]

Holy Week: A Time to Honor & Heal the Relationship between Christians & Jews

Reflections from a Lector In this holiest of seasons, we Christians are called to celebrate the love God showed for us by grafting us onto the “olive tree” of those first called into a sacred covenant relationship with God: the Jewish people (Romans 11). It is hard for us to hear that our Christian faith […]

Stations of the Cross & Easter Egg Hunt

The Youth and Young Adult Ministry is leading a Stations of the Cross this coming Saturday 3/28 at 1:30pm. Following the Stations, there is an Easter Egg Hunt. Bring your family and enjoy the fun! Baskets, egg decorating, food, fun, games, and more!

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