The parish delegate to the Archdiocesan Pastoral Council is the communication link between the people of the parish and the Archbishop. There is one delegate from this parish, appointed by the Archbishop, for a two-year term
See the Archdiocesan Pastoral Councils' page for more information.
The Parish Council sets priorities and recommends action for the parish. Any registered parishioner, who is confirmed, is eligible for office. Six members are elected by the parish community. Three are appointed by the Pastor. Committees under the Council are: Finance, Liturgy, Personnel, School Advisory, Election, and Fun Fest. Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month. Parishioners are welcome to attend.
See the Parish Pastoral Councils' page for more information.
The Finance Committee is responsible for advising the Pastor on how to best safeguard and manage the assets of the parish. The committee reviews the financial plans and performance, analyzes legal and liability issues, and advises the Pastor and business manager on usiness-related topics affecting the parish. The committee meets bi-monthly on Monday evenings. Two of the six members are replaced each year in June. Parishioners interested in serving on this committee should contact the business manager.
See the Finance Committee's page for more information.
The Council of Catholic Women is a women’s organization at St. Vincent’s which fosters spirituality and friendship. It allows women to work together, share common interests, and provides new and old parishioners a way to get to know each other. Activities include monthly meetings, a Christmas bazaar, rummage sales, Harvest Festival bingo, and various other activities. All ladies of the parish are invited to become active members.
See the CCW's page for more information.
The Book Club usually meets once a month on a Thursday morning, and childcare is provided free of charge. Watch the bulletin for upcoming meeting dates!
See the St. Vincent's Book Club page for more information.
The Knights of Columbus is the only men’s organization in the parish. All Catholic men are invited to join. The Council is involved in many parish and community activities.
See the Knights of Columbus' page for more information.
The Respect Life Committee strives to educate and inform parish members regarding life issues, and provides a means to work for justice and defend life in prayer and action.
See the Respect Life Committee's page for more information.
The Ministry of Mothers Sharing (MOMS) is a ministry of the Benedictine Sisters of St. Paul's Monastery in St. Paul, Minnesota.
See the M.O.M.S.'s page for more information.
Parents’ morning out brings together Catholic Christian parents who are at home during the day for the purpose of social and emotional support, spiritual growth, family education, and fun. The Parents’ Morning Out group meets the second Tuesday of the month from 9:30 to 11:30 am. Childcare is provided.
See the Parent's Morning Out's page for more information.
See the Leadership-Wide Summer Book Read page for more information.