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Dillons Rewards Program



Dillons Reward Program is Changing

We are excited to let everyone know that our Dillons program just got easier, no more reloading your card before purchases.  All you have to do is enter your information online with Dillons and a percentage of what you spend on groceries, prescriptions, etc. is credited to St. Vincent.  Over the past few years, this has generated over $34,000 in additional income for our parish, so your participation is important! To sign up, follow these simple instructions or contact Michele in our parish office. 

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January LIFE Session 2015

Do you see what Jesus sees?

The January LIFE event is on the Vision of Jesus & the Eucharist, the means Jesus gave us to make His vision a reality. We’ll begin serving dinner prepared by our new chef, Michael Rodriguez, on Sunday, Jan 25th at 4:45 and on Wednesday, Jan 28th at 5:45. The session will follow dinner. All are invited to join us in prayer, song, learning and discussion. Child care is provided after dinner for children ages one through three. Older children have their own breakouts for learning at their level. Reserve your place here.

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College Ministry

The Four Six Nine Ministry strives to offer opportunities for young adults ages 18-25 to grow in their faith while connecting with like-minded individuals. We meet every Sunday from 8:00-9:30 pm in the St. Vincent de Paul Catacombs (lower level). Each week will include different activities such as Bible studies, social events, and volunteer opportunities. We are excited to start this ministry and encourage all young adults to come check us out! For more information, please contact Katherine Cederberg- 469 Outreach Minister: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call (316) 733-1423 or (316) 200-2822.

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Growing Faith-Filled Kids


Growing Faith-Filled Kids: Fest of St. John Bosco

This Saturday is the feast of St. John Bosco, the patron saint of jugglers & magicians. He ministered to young run-a-way boys & orphans & he got their attention by juggling & doing magic & acrobatic tricks. As a boy, he even taught himself to walk a tight rope. You’ll find his story online. A fun way to celebrate his feast day would be to let the family try their hand at juggling or learn a magic trick together.


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Pastor's Perspectives

January 18, 2015

Do You See What Jesus Sees? I have spent my life trying to better see what Jesus sees. Come join us to discover the Vision of Jesus at our January LIFE Event on Sunday, January 25th and Wednesday, January 28th. These events are scheduled the week in between the NFL conference championship games and the Superbowl. Sign up now without worrying about the playoffs.

Tami McDonald our wonderful accompanist will be leaving us at the end of the school year since her family will be moving to Florida because of a job opportunity. I want to thank Tami for sharing her talents, her caring and steady presence as a part of our music ministry.

We are now looking for pianists that are willing to share their talents with the parish.

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January 18, 2015Podcast
by Fr. Kent
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Date: 1/18/15
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