The Society of St. Vincent de Paul are men and women
offering person - to - person assistance to individuals in need.
We are individuals rooted in prayer and sound core values.
We are called to reach out to a brother or sister in need on a daily basis.
Perhaps it is a phone call from someone who is or
will be evicted from their home; because, a mortgage payment is
over due, the utility bills are higher than usual or hours
from their work had been cut in half.
What ever the reason, we answer the call !
Store visits, pantry lines and office calls reveal the reality that many of our
brothers and sisters through no fault of their own need a helping hand.
Therefore, the Society is a beacon of hope for the many who
make a request for assistance.. READ MORE HERE
It has been reported by the National Society that over
12 million seek assistance throughout the year.
The pantry here in Omaha served over 17, 000
individuals this past year alone.
Through prayer and discernment our Vicentians seek
out ways to serve those most in need. We do this by offering
compassion and financial assistance.
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Frederic Ozanam -
of the Society -AND THE
First Meeting of the First
Rapid Growth of
THE SOCIETY - AND
THE SOCIETY IN THE
& Prayer Meetings
2nd Saturday of the Month at:
St. Vincent de Paul Church
14330 Eagle's Run
( Just off 144th and Maple)
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Mental Health Ministry HERE
ANGELS AMONG US!
TO VISIT THE NATIONAL
WEBSITE OR CLICK HERE
HELP FOR THOSE SUFFERING
FROM MENTAL ILLNESS
AND THEIR FAMILIES
Visit: THE KIM FOUNDATION
HELP FINDING A
SUPPORT GROUP HERE
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An essential precept
of the Society's work is to
provide help while
and dignity of those
who are served.
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YOUR GIFT HELPS:
BRING HOPE TO A FAMILY
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|Father you have
entrusted our brothers
to the care of
St. Vincent de Paul..
By the help of his
intercession may your
servants continue to
assist the poor with
the Grace and
Guidance of Our Lord,
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The Ozanam News is a quarterly magazine
published by the National Council of the
United States to support the ministry of the
Society at the Council and Conference level.
4TH ANNUAL FOOD PANTRY BENEFIT
JULY 15th ~ HUGE SUCCESS !
More Information To Report Soon !
Lunch was provided by:
Sam & Louie's NY Pizzeria
Our Special Guest Speaker:
from: KVVS Spirit Catholic Radio,
enlightened the audience with
her story and offered words
of enthusiasm and
comfort about the future of giving.
MUCH MORE TO PONDER AND THINK
ABOUT; WHILE, HELPING
US HELP OTHERS...
|O Faithful God, as your people
we cherish our memories
and our history as a sacred gift.
We ask you to guide us in our
time of transition.
We need your wisdom, that we
might be receptive to change,
conversion and growth.
We need your grace to redirect
our hearts that we may be willing
to offer ourselves in joyful service.
Do not allow fear, ignorance or
pride to limit the work of your
Spirit, nor custom to prevent the
creativity within us from
Open our hearts to the call of
the Gospel Give us courage
and renewed hope,
that we may meet the challenge
of being the Church of our time.
Prayer for Parishes in Transition
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On this Father's Day, we pray for
all Fathers living and deceased.
May God give all our Fathers who are alive, those
precious blessings of fidelity, dedication and generosity
they need to keep our families together;
and those fathers who have died, may they receive
their eternal reward in heaven.
The first Father's Day was observed on
June 19, 1910 in Spokane Washington.
In 1924 President Calvin Coolidge supported the
idea of celebrating a national Father's Day.
In 1966 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed
a presidential proclamation declaring the 3rd Sunday
in June as Father's Day.
FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE MEETING IN MADISON CLICK HERE
|HAPPY FATHER'S DAY !
SUNDAY - JUNE 16, 2013
FROM THE SOCIETY OF
ST. VINCENT DE PAUL
THANK YOU !
THE DAY !