Proclaiming the Good News of Jesus Christ to the world

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Continuing the Presence of Jesus and His Ministry of Reconciliation in Mission Hills.

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church

Our Vision

Eternal Life

As Disciples of Jesus we seek to follow Jesus on the Way to Eternal Life with God, by obedience to God's will, conforming our will to God's will, and striving to make Jesus the reason for living.

Jesus' Way of Life, leads to Eternal Life

 

Our Mission

Discipleship

We are Beloved Disciples of Jesus, making more disciples of Jesus by Baptizing people into the family life of God, teaching them how to live life in the family of God, and uniting with the risen Jesus in His Sacraments, so we can offer our lives with Jesus to the Father for the Salvation of the World.

To know, love, and serve God, so that we can be happy with Him now and for all eternity.

Our Community

The Body of Christ

Jesus continues His mission and ministry of reconciliation through the presence of His Disciples on earth. Just as when Jesus came to earth, He never left His Father's presence in heaven, so too when Jesus ascended to heaven, he never left His disciples' presence on earth.

​If you want to encounter Jesus, you can encounter him in His community of disciples, and through the celebration of the Sacraments He instituted, especially the Divine Liturgy of the Eucharist.

Mass Times

Saturday Vigil 5:00pm

Sunday 8:45am & 10:30am

Weekdays 7:15am

Holy Days of Obligation: 7:15am & 6:00pm

Bulletins


  • Sun, Dec 17th

  • Sun, Dec 10th

Online Giving Opportunities

Tithe Online, or donate towards a Special Project

Other Services

Adoration with Confession available - Fridays following the morning mass until 8:45am.

Rosary - Following morning mass

Confessions - Saturdays from 3:30pm - 4:30pm or by appointment.

Office Hours

Monday through Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Updates at St. Vincent

  • St. Vincent de Paul Christmas Mass Schedule
  • Please help SEED our new Parish Endowment

Parish Calendar

Readings for Daily Mass

Sunday Homily by Scott Hahn

Sunday Homily by Various Authors

Weekly reading