Vincentians make Christ’s healing presence felt through their loving service to those who are in need. Following a visit by St. Barbara Conference, St. Vincent de Paul Council did just that when they helped a family of 12 with a heat pump. Read More
Executive Director Search Committee
Our search committee for Executive Director is off to a good start. Sixteen resumes were received for the position.The committee determined that we would interview eight candidates starting at the end of May. Read More
10th Annual Turkeyfoot Trot Run/Walk
November 11th, 2017
We are in need of both corporate and individual/family sponsors to help offset the logistical costs associated with the race. Will you consider sponsoring to help make our event a success? Details
Focus on Spirituality
You cannot give what you do not have! I am not quite sure who first told me that – or where it comes from – but what I do know is the truth of that statement. As Vincentians, we are called to minister to those in need for the purpose – first and foremost … Read More
St. Ann and Ozanam Retreats
Registration for the Retreat day (October 28th) and /or the Ozanam training (date TBA) is easy. Simply send an email firstname.lastname@example.org
for either day and let me know your name, email address, phone #, and conference. I will send you a confirmation note. If no email, call 859-806-4440. Register today while there is space!
Introduction to Assistance Office Procedures and Protocols
We are developing two new websites that will hopefully be up and running this summer! The new SVdPNKY website and a CMS support site.
Save the Date!
Annual Feast Day Celebration
Saturday, September 23, 2017
St. Cecilia 10 AM
Please join our Vincentians for the annual Feast Day Celebration of our Society’s patron, St. Vincent de Paul, and our Society’s founder, Blessed Frederic Ozanam. It is also on this very special day that we celebrate and acknowledge Vincentians in our Diocesan Council for the outstanding work they do in our community.
“A little mercy makes the world less cold and more just.”