ST. VINCENT DE PAUL MINISTRY

The St. Vincent de Paul Society was organized in
1833 by Frederick Ozanam and several students
at the University of Paris Law School. The Society
spread throughout the world. It presently has over
33,000 active members in the U.S.A. alone.

Vincentian men and women serve those who are
in need in a quiet and unassuming way. They
respect people's confidentiality.

The work of the Vincentians at Christ the King
Parish is focused on helping individuals and
families who seek guidance, moral support,
financial aid, or other emergency assistance. Our
parish members also maintain a food pantry.

Services may be obtained by contacting the
parish office.

The Christ the King Parish Conference of the St.
Vincent de Paul Society is thankful for all of your
support, and it is always looking for new
members.
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