Sunday: 9am & 11am
Tuesday – Friday: 7am (in the rectory)
PewConversations: On the last Sunday of every month, during the homily time, we are all invited to share our thoughts on the day’s readings. this is a way of getting to know each other better through talking about our faith and our lives. The Reconciliation and Unity Ministry is putting together a Pew Conversations team. Members will reflect on the readings and provide feedback on suggested faith sharing questions and will rotate responsibility for writing a faith sharing question based on the reading and getting it publicized in the bulletin. If you are interested in participating please contact Sharon Browning at 215-840-4772 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
One neighbor at a time, or maybe four, six or eight! We want to have dinners together because we really want to become a community of friends. We want to get to know each other better, and the best way to do that is to sit at the table just to enjoy each other’s company around good food and conversation. We propose to have dinners where members of the parish sign up for a meal without knowing who their hosts are, or even who the other guests will be, except for one other person if you want to go as a pair. We will start in June , and we hope by the fall everybody will be signing up enthusiastically as hosts or guests. The mechanics of how this will work will be explained next week. Meanwhile, if you are willing to host a blind dinner, please place a card with your name, some possible dates, and how many people you can host, but do it secretly! You will call your mystery guests and give them details. Perhaps ask them to contribute a simple dish, bread, or an appetizer for the meal. Perhaps just bring their appetites and their good will. It is very likely that we will all make new friends, and that our Parish will be come stronger, a true people in communion.
Teachers Appreciation Lunch June 14th: We will host the teachers and staff of our school DePaul Catholic. A collection will be taken up. We are also looking to form a committee to set this event up.
Update on Father Joe: Father Joe needs our special prayers. He is still residing at St. Vincent’s Seminary. Please feel free to call, write or visit. His address is 500 E Chelten Ave (next to the Shrine parking lot), Room 111.
Lector Notes. Do you feel called to share your love of God’s Word and your gift of proclaiming it with the parish community? In this Easter season of new life – and year-round! – we are always open to prospective lectors emerging in our midst. We are especially eager to invite more men, more young people who have been confirmed, to consider this ministry. We will plan a 1-hour training on a Saturday in June. Watch the bulletin for details!
Drivers needed. Please sign up at the back of the church if you can drive people to the 9 or the 11.
Business Owners: Please consider advertising in our bulletin. For more information, call the rectory office.
Following Christ, part two of the Discovering Christ series meets on Saturdays 10am at St. Vincent’s.
Lynne Horoschak invites you to view her art during the Montgomery County Studio Tour, at Cellini Gallery, 113 Poplar St., 2nd Fl, Ambler, 19002 on June 9th from 10am until 6pm and on the m.10th from 11am until 5pm.
Looking for a Kidney. Barbara Adams is looking for a kidney (A+ blood type.). If you can help, contact Barbara at (215) 849-6139 or (267) 982-8515.
Dear President Trump: We are the Catholic community of St. Vincent de Paul Church in Germantown of Philadelphia. We have an urgent message for you on behalf of the immigrant peoples of the United States. We are all immigrants in the sense that we can trace ourselves back somewhere in our lineage to someone who […]
In Preparation for Catholic Migration Week, “Many Journeys, One Family” January 7-13, 2018 Saint Vincent de Paul’s Parish Germantown, Philadelphia The Migrant: a Promise of Life for the Future This is the way Pope Francis referred to migrants last October 26th. Speaking to young people, he reminded them that the invitation to welcome the stranger […]