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The Society of St. Vincent de Paul

A Catholic Digest Fave Five Charity

The Society's 160,000 trained volunteers in the United States provided 11.6 million hours of volunteer service in 2015, helping more than 14 million people through visits to homes, prisons and hospitals at a value of nearly $1 billion dollars.

During Pope Francis’ recent visit, he reached Christians and non-Christians alike with his message of helping others. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has been putting these words into practice for 170 years. SVdP is truly volunteer driven with a volunteer to staff ratio of 16 to 1.



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Spirituality Resources

Bulletin Announcements

The “Weekly Bulletin Announcements based on the Gospel of each Sunday, are suggested for your parish weekly bulletin. The action statement can easily be adapted to fit your local needs.

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Vincentian Reflections

Vincentian reflections are a good guide for Vincentian meetings and discussions. The year is divided into easy to manage quarters for download. Spanish versions also available.

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Society News 
  • SVdP Television Special Available Online!

    The SVdP television special “Our Faith in Action” Today’s Society of St. Vincent de Paul” is now available online for all Councils and Conferences to use to help tell our story.
    The half-hour program shows Society of St. Vincent de Paul members on their spiritual growth journey through service to people in need. This special shows Vincentians on a home visit with a family in need, helping the homeless in a downtown shelter and working with returning citizens through prison ministry. This program provides an excellent overview of who we are and what we do.

    "Our Faith in Action" is available to stream or download on the Society's Vimeo channel or to watch on YouTube

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  • Help Support Victims of Disasters

     Already in 2017, there have been five disaster events with each having losses exceeding $1 billion affecting tens of thousands of people. The SVdP Disaster Services Division (DSD) has been actively supporting Councils and Conferences in responding to natural disasters from coast to coast.

    The SVdPUSA Disaster Services Division provides long-term assistance in the form of on-site training, Rapid Response Grants, Long-Term Recovery Grants, Disaster Case Management and ongoing support.

    In addition to their work in larger communities, the SVdP Disaster Services Division and local Councils/Conferences are currently providing disaster relief and recovery assistance to rural communities in: California, Illinois, Louisiana, Nebraska, North Carolina and West Virginia.

    Please pray for all the people who have lost their homes to disasters and consider supporting the efforts of Vincentians to help them. Please help now!

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  • SVdP launches Neighborhoods of Hope Program

    The National Council of the Society of St. Vincent de Paul has launched Neighborhoods of Hope (NOH), an effort to tackle poverty at the community level. The program will enhance and maximize Vincentian poverty-fighting initiatives already taking place.

    Click here to read more

    St. Louise de Marillac Feast Day – May 9

    St. Louise de Marillac (1591-1660) was a friend and collaborator of St. Vincent de Paul. Together they co- founded the Daughters of Charity. They organized hospitals for the sick poor, asylums for the orphaned, workshops for the unemployed, championed literacy for the uneducated and established standards for local charities. Louise was a wife, mother, teacher, nurse, social worker and religious foundress.

    Louise de Marillac was beatified by Pope Benedict XV in 1920 and canonized by Pope Pius XI in 1934. Pope John XXIII named Louise the Patron of all Christian Social Workers in 1960. In 2016, her feast day was changed to May 9, the anniversary of her beatification.

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    Ozanam Sunday

    Frederic Ozanam was born on April 23, 1813 in Milan, Italy. On April 23, 1833 Frederic and six companions founded the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. Also, St. Vincent de Paul was born on April 24, 1581. To commemorate these events, the U.S. Society of St. Vincent de Paul celebrates the last Sunday of April as Ozanam Sunday.

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  • SVdP signs onto letter supporting a faithful health care system

    Representatives from 40 national, faith-based organizations sent a letter to the Chairs and Ranking Members of the House Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce Committees urging that any legislation that changes, repeals, or repairs the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) meet ten priorities for a faithful health care system. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is one of the signatories of the letter and National President Sheila Gilbert is quoted in the press release (eighth quote on the list).

    Click here to read the press release

    Click here to read the letter to Congress

  • Interfaith Coalition Letter to Congress regarding Proposed Changes to Affordable Care Act

    The Interfaith Coalition recently sent a letter to Congress about proposed changes to the Affordable Care Act.

    Click here to read the letter

  • February 7: Feast of Blessed Rosalie Rendu

    Sr. Rosalie Rendu, a Daughter of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, is recognized as a co-founder of the Society of St Vincent de Paul. She mentored the founding members of the Society in the spirit and heritage of St. Vincent and St. Louise de Marillac.
    Sr. Rosalie always recommended patience, mercy and courtesy. She taught Frederic Ozanam and the first members of the Society how to make home visits and how to see Jesus in the poor. She gave them families to visit and advice on the Vincentian way to go to them: with respect and compassion. Sr. Rosalie Rendu was beatified in Rome in 2003 by Pope John Paul II. All Vincentians celebrate this beautiful model of love for the poor.

  • Help People in Need- Help Yourself- Donate Your Vehicle to SVdP

    You can help people in need by donating an old vehicle while easing your tax burden for the year. Do something good for others during the holidays by donating a vehicle to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul.
    The proceeds generated from vehicle donations in your community will go right back into the neighborhood to help feed the hungry, keep the lights and heat on, fund programs to help people help themselves, and more.
    We accept most cars, trucks, trailers, boats, RV’s, motorcycles, off-road vehicles, heavy equipment and most other motorized vehicles. If you have any questions about what you can donate, please call us toll-free at (800) 322-8284 seven days a week.
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  • SVdP introduces new Mobile App

    In today’s world, people are constantly on the go. The one accessory that is constantly by almost everyone’s side is their phone or other mobile device. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul has launched a new mobile app that helps you link up with SVdP to receive instant alerts, stay current with SVdP events, take and share photos, connect with resources and more!

    To find and download the mobile app, just go to your mobile device’s app store and search “SVDPUSA” and click install. The app is FREE, so download it today!

    For instructions on downloading the mobile app, click the following link: http://bit.ly/2acrAXI !

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