St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church is a prayerful and welcoming community growing in spirituality, striving to embody and proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, and committed to embracing the needs
of all people.
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The Sunday 9:00 am Holy Mass will be live streamed until further notice.
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Resuming In-Parish Worship
Holy Mass and the Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession):
Our regular Holy Mass and Confession schedule has resumed. Confessions will be heard in the church at the regularly scheduled times. Click here to go to our parish calendar.
Parishioners over the age of seven are required to provide and wear masks prior to entry and while inside church buildings.
The dispensation from the Sunday Holy Mass obligation is in place through June 28th. The Sunday 9:00 a.m. Holy Mass will be live streamed beginning May 31st.
Parishioners should check their temperatures as well as that of all family members before leaving home. If a parishioner is ill or has a fever of 99.6°F or greater, they should remain at home until fully recovered.
Parishioners are strongly urged to use hand sanitizer before and after receiving the Host. Please provide your own alcohol-based hand sanitizer or wipes so that this can be accomplished at your seat.
Social distancing is to be observed.
Parishioners will be seated on a first-come, first-seated basis. Seating will take place first in the nave (church). Once the seating capacity is filled in the nave, parishioners will be directed to the outside glass doors of Our Lady of Guadalupe Religious Education Building. An usher will then assist with seating in Simpson Hall, using the same first-come, first-seated procedure.
Once the seating has reached capacity in both buildings, parishioners who have not been seated will be invited to return to their cars to watch Holy Mass on a streaming device (either live-streamed at 9:00 a.m. on Sunday, or recorded at other Holy Masses). At the time of Holy Communion, a minister will come outside to the front of the church, on the cement pad, to distribute the Holy Eucharist.
The reception of Holy Communion:
All parishioners must wear a mask, and are to form one line, using the social distancing protocol.
Those who are not receiving Holy Communion may cross their arms over their chest to indicate this but should walk through the Communion line so that social distancing can be observed in the rows.
For those receiving Holy Communion in the hand (which the Archbishop has strongly urged but not required), communicants should stop six feet away from the minister. The minister will say “The Body of Christ” then communicants respond “Amen”. Communicants should step forward and make a “throne” with their hands at chest level (place one hand on top of the other completely straight and flat). The minister will reverently place the Host in their hand, without touching their hand. Communicants should then step to
the side, remove their mask, consume the Body of Christ, replace mask and return to their seat.
For those who are receiving Holy Communion on the tongue (which is permissible), they should again stop six feet away from the minister. The minister will say “The Body of Christ” then communicants respond “Amen”. Communicants should step forward, get in position to receive (standing or kneeling), then remove their mask. Communicants should be careful not to move their head while the minister is placing the Host on their tongue, so as to minimize the risk of the minister touching their tongue.
Communicants should then replace their mask and return to their seat.
If the minister does touch the hand or the tongue of the communicant, the minister will immediately sanitize his or her hands.
Please watch the video with Archbishop Hartmayer that is posted on our website homepage. It details the guidelines for resuming in-parish worship.
We look forward to seeing everyone.
The parish office is closed to the public at this time. However, the staff will be happy to help you over the telephone or from an email. For assistance, please call Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. or send us an email.
Please remember that we are doing everything we can to keep the environment safe, but it is up to the individual to make the decision to attend Holy Mass. Due to the pandemic there are risks associated with being in a public space. Each person must make his or her own decision.
First Fruits of Our Labor
During this time, we ask you to please consider continuing your donations to St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church.
Although we are temporarily unable to attend Holy Mass or share in church activities and events, the expenses continue and bills must still be paid.
Parishioners can set up an account through Online Giving, use Bill Pay through their checking account or mail a check directly to the Church.
Thank you for your prayers and continued donations.
Sacrament of Anointing
Sacrament of the Anointing of the Sick is offered monthly at a specified Wednesday Holy Mass or may be scheduled by appointment with the parish priest.
Sacramental Emergency – When there is a concern that a Catholic may soon pass from this life to the next, parishioners should call the parish office at (770) 443-0566.
If the office is closed choose option 2 on the phone system to contact a Roman Catholic Priest for the Anointing of the Sick (including Last Rites).
Archdiocesan 24 hour Abuse Reporting Hotline
Reporting child abuse and neglect
1-855-422-4453 24 hours/day, 7 days/week