The hearts of Americans across the country are joined together in collective mourning following the tragic, disturbing, and unnecessary death of George Floyd. In the name of the people of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, I express my prayerful condolences and join with all who are struggling to cope with this heavy burden of sorrow and […]
My Dear Church Family, May God protect us and heal the World! This is a time for deep prayer and caution. In my lifetime, I have never experienced anything like this coronavirus. Please let’s pray each and every day. I am enclosing a prayer that I found was powerful, so let me encourage you and your […]
Bro. Al Smith, CM, was one of three honorees at the first Vincentian Gala, during which they celebrated 170 years of “Hearts on Fire.” Read more about it here.
Recently, the National Catholic Reporter sat down with several parishioners from St. Vincent’s to discuss the role of our “social justice parish” in Germantown. Read the article here.
To honor the feast day of our dear St. Vincent, an art exhibit of creative work by you, the parishioners of St. Vincent’s, Germantown, will be displayed throughout the church the weekend of September 24/25. The exhibit is entitled: Our Creative Community: The Art of St. Vincent’s, Germantown You are invited to submit up to […]
From June 12 to June 19, Catholics and people of faith around the world will be celebrating the first anniversary of Pope Francis’ Encyclical, Laudato Si (On Care for Our Common Home). Both the Global Catholic Climate Movement and the US Bishops’ Catholic Climate Covenant are urging individuals, families, organizations and parishes to plan events to […]
The parishioners of St. Vincent de Paul Parish are open, cordial and friendly. They feel very much at home and shared their love for their parish and one another with openness and honesty. They expressed great pride in the accomplishments of being a parish focused on social justice issues, with ministries and non-profits created which […]
Dates: Tuesday, July 5th to Friday, July 29th Times : 8:30am – 3:00pm Specials: Art, Dance, Sports, Musical Drama, Camp Crafts, and Trips Ages: Kindergarten thru 7th Grade Cost: $25 per week inside 19144 zip code, $30 per week outside (scholarships are available!) Stop in at Face to Face (109 E Price St) for a Registration Packet! Packets can […]
Agnes Bauerlein recently passed away due to complications from Alzheimer’s disease. You can read more about her life in her Inquirer Obituary. Let’s add to that Agnes’ own words: “My personal acquiescent acceptance of the events that lead to a war in Southeast Asia will forever remind me that commitment to family does not preclude commitment to the […]
During the month of November, we will be remembering all the Holy Men and Women who have gone before us in faith. You will notice that icons have been placed around our church. We invite you to spend some time reflecting on these images. In addition, we will be using the image of a Retablo. […]