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St. Vincent de Paul Society

Purpose

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is an international Catholic organization founded in 1833 by Frederic Ozanam and his companions. Placed under the patronage of St. Vincent de Paul, the Society derives its inspiration from his thinking and work. It seeks, in a spirit of justice and charity and by person-to-person involvement of its members, to help those who are suffering.

The St. Vincent High School organization strives to follow the adult Society. They pledge to pray for the poor and participate in activities designed to help the poor.

“Service” is the slogan for St. Vincent High School this year. The High School Society has pledged to help the St. Vincent de Paul-Ladies of Charity Food Pantry this year and to assist the Parish St. Vincent de Paul Society. Each student in the Junior and Senior High School has been asked to donate a food item each week of the school year. They have also pledged to supply a student to help the pantry every Monday morning to help the Ladies of Charity serve the poor in Perry County. In addition, high school members are asked to sign up to help man the Parish St. Vincent de Paul Society Thrift Store and furniture Distribution Center on Saturday mornings.

The young men also collect aluminum cans and recycle them for funds to run the organization and donate accumulated funds to the poor. Any high school young man is eligible to join the organization.

Faculty Moderator

Mr. Nick Koeppel

Officers

President: Gabe Pecaut
Vice President: Isaac Layton
Secretary/Treasurer: Nathan Dauster
Junior Rep: Jack Baer
Sophomore Rep: Jacob Kapp
Freshman Rep: Jacob Hennemann

Membership and Expectations

Young men in grades 9-12 are eligible. Each must have a "C" average or above. Members must participate in 50% of the years activities to be considered an active member in good standing with the organization. Members who have not participated in activities will not be eligible to be a St. Vincent de Paul Society officer and will be notified of their inactive status within the organization.

Every member of St. Vincent de Paul Society is expected to meet the following criteria to maintain an active membership in the organization. Failure to do so may result in removal from the organization.

  1. Pay yearly dues of $10.00.
  2. Attend monthly meetings. Attendance records will be kept for all meetings. Members   are encouraged to attend all meetings because this is where your  officers will have     the opportunity to ask for your opinions and pass along information about club               activities.  
  3. Participate in 50% of service projects and activities during the year. Records of             membership participation will be tracked. 
  4. All members are required to be in attendance at the May Procession.

Dues

Recycle aluminum for expenses and funding for the poor

Meetings

October 2
November 6
December 5
January 16
February 12
March 11
April 16

Upcoming Events

SVDP Parish Food Drive:TBA

The Sodality and St. Vincent de Paul Society members will be collecting canned foods for the SVDP Parish at Rozier's

Induction Ceremony:

Soup Kitchen:TBA

Every year for Thanksgiving members of the St. Vincent de Paul Society travel up to St. Louis to a soup kitchen to serve the needy for the holiday. The young men start their day by going to mass at the New Cathedral. They then head over to a soup kitchen in downtown St. Louis. This past year, the young men served with the Daughters of Charity. They had a great experience by not only serving food but preparing food, doing yard work for the sisters around the house, setting up a Nativity set in the front lawn, and organizing all of the food that was in stock. This is a great service for the Daughters of Charity and a great experience for the young men. Many of our students look forward to this trip every year right before Thanksgiving.

Living Rosary:TBA

Clothing Drive:

SVDP and Ladies Sodality Clubs are sponsoring a clothing drive for grades 9-12 and teachers. Each grade is assigned a room for collection items. The winning class/teachers will receive a pizza party and free dress down day on April 10.

9th Grade:
10th Grade:
11th Grade:
12th Grade:
Teachers:

Annual May Procession:

All members will be required to participate in the Annual May Procession. Line-up is at 12:30 p.m. and the procession begins at 1:00p.m.

 

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CANCELLED EVENTS

With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.

CANCELLED EVENTS

With the mandated school closure, there will be numerous school events cancelled.

  • SCHOOL


  • Public Masses


  • SPORTS
    There will be no sports practices, school/sport activities, games, etc after Tuesday, March 17 @ 6:00 p.m. until further notice. This includes any open gyms, no weight lifting, no USAV activity at school, etc. The gym will be closed.
  • PTO FISH FRYS
  • PSR
    Classes are scheduled to resume on April 29, 2020. Homework drop-off is scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 2020. There will be a box for drop-offs in front of the Parish office. All new homework will be emailed to families. 
  • DISTRICT CHOIR FESTIVAL @ RIVER CAMPUS
  • GLOW BINGO
  • LUKE 18 RETREAT
  • NHS EASTER EGG HUNT
  • PROM 
  • MAY PROCESSION

 

Parish Tuition Assistance
St. Vincent is offering tuition assistance for the 2020-2021 school year. If you are needing assistance with tuition for the next school year, please ...Read More

Parish Tuition Assistance

St. Vincent is offering tuition assistance for the 2020-2021 school year. If you are needing assistance with tuition for the next school year, please read the attached letter and submit the attached form.

If you have any questions, please contact Todd McDonald at 573-846-1067 or tmcdonald@svdepaul.org

2020-2021 Tuition Assistance Letter
2020-2021 Tuition Assistance Application
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