News Category: St. Vincent de Paul

And the king will answer them, “Truly I tell you, just as you did it to one of the least of these who are members of my family, you did it to me.” Matthew 25:40

The Society of St. Vincent de Paul of Evansville was formed in 1982. This Catholic lay organization, inspired by Gospel values, affords members the opportunity to grow spiritually by offering services to those who are suffering or in need.

All Saints Parish St. Vincent de Paul Society meets each Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. We make weekly home visits to offer assistance to those in need.

To learn more about the mission of the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Evansville, please visit

St. Vincent de Paul News

February 2023 Update

Since January 2nd All Saints conference has received the following requests from our ‘neighbors’:
• 60 individuals needing help with electric
• 15 for water
• 7 for appliances
• 42 for clothing
• 13 for furniture and miscellaneous household items
• 19 needing beds. We provide adult beds and refer beds for children under 18 to Sleep in Heavenly Peace.

After we make a home visit, this group goes to the home and builds the bed on site; they also provide a mattress and bedding. One of our volunteers received a video of a child dancing around her new bed.

As of January 15th, we have paid $5,031 to CenterPoint, $1,652 to EWSU, $357 to the Thrift Store, and $380 to Andersons Appliances. We have been able to help thanks to the generosity of All Saints Parishioners and Friends. We also receive grants from the Diocese, Catholic Charity, and trusts from deceased parishioners.

Last year CenterPoint provided a grant that reimbursed us for water and
rent. We meet Wednesdays at 5:15pm at St. Anthony Campus, new members are always welcome. Join us!

Thank you for your continued support to St. Vincent de Paul!

Honor St Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul Feast day is February 27th!

Let’s Honor St Vincent de Paul with a gift to our All Saints Parish St. Vincent de Paul Chapter. Their funds are low and the needs of the poor in our community keep growing.

Our team of volunteers weekly discern requests from our community from those needing help with utilities and some families needing other essentials for their families. Your gifts in the past have helped to serve many in our neighborhood. Please consider a gift to this ministry at All Saints Parish!

Please remember this team and those they serve in your weekly prayers.