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Online Giving & Stewardship


Jesus' disciples and Christian stewards recognize God as the origin of life, giver of freedom, and source of all things. We are grateful for the gifts we have received and are eager to use them to show our love for God and for one another. We look to the life and teaching of Jesus for guidance in living as Christian stewards...Stewards of God's gifts are not passive beneficiaries. We cooperate with God in our own redemption and in the redemption of others." (To Be a Christian Steward, A Summary of the U.S. Bishops' Pastoral Letter on Stewardship, 1992)


Online Giving - Donation




How to make a donation


There are several options available for donating to St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church:


  • Parishioners can use Bill Pay through their checking account.

  • Parishioners can mail a check directly to the Church.

  • Parishioners can place donations in one of the collection boxes located in the narthex and in Simpson Hall. (Please use an envelope when making a donation in person, so that the offering may be properly documented in our records.)

  • Parishioners can set up an account through Online Giving.

We thank you for your prayers and continued donations


What is a Christian Steward?

One who accepts God's gifts graciously, cherishes and tends them in a responsible and accountable manner, shares them in justice and love with others, and returns them with increase to the Lord." (from the United States Catholic Bishops pastoral letter on stewardship)


Stewardship is the acknowledgement that all we are and all we possess are gifts that God had given us for our temporary use and for our use in helping our fellow man.


Viewing Stewardship as a way of life begins with a personal need within each of us to return to God a thankful portion of our time in the form of prayer, our talents in the form of ministry to others, and our treasure that He has entrusted in our care.


Please be generous with your time, talent, and treasure commitments. Take part in ministries that address the needs of fellow parishioners, the parish, and the Dallas area communities.


For your own spiritual growth, as well as that of the parish, it is important that everyone in the St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church be involved, living the stewardship "way of life."


Prayer for Stewardship

Lord God, I believe that You will always provide me with what I need, if I only ask. I know that whatever You give me is to be shared with others in my family, my parish, my community, my country, and the world.


Help me to use my gift wisely, always aware that You are the source of all blessings. Grant that I may share my time, talent and treasure in ways that will bring glory to Your Son, Jesus, who reigns with you now and forever.


Ways to Share Our Time & Talents

There are many ways to share your gifts and become involved. If you want spiritual growth and meaning, try asking how the Lord wants you to serve, not if.


Please be generous in the giving of yourself. We have many ministry opportunities at St. Vincent's waiting for you to get involved.


Prayerfully review and reflect on the many opportunities offered. Then, fill out a Time and Talent Volunteer form or contact the Church Office (770-443-0566) and you will be contacted by the ministry coordinator.


SVdP Ministries


Ways to Share Our Treasure

St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church depends on the generosity of its parishioners and visitors. Some ways you can support the parish financially include:


  • Weekly Contributions

  • Special Collections to support special needs of the parish, the Archdiocese or charities.

  • Memorial and Honor Gifts - A beautiful way to honor an anniversary, baptism, birthday or remember someone who has passed from this life to the next.

  • Religious Education Building Fund - St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church is in the process of raising funds for a new religious education building Our Lady of Guadalupe Hall.

  • Christ-centered rather than self-centered - When we acknowledge that God is the source of all that we have, we show gratitude through prayer, offerings and action. Living our baptismal promise calls us to be Christ-centered rather than self-centered and it involves conversions of the heart.


We are all responsible for the life and mission of the Church through our baptism. Through following Christ, we have the benefit of the role model of sacrifice for the greater good, a model of self-giving and loving service. “such as My Love has been for you…so must your love be for each other.” 


Prayerfully reflect on the many blessings you have received and give thought on how you and/or your family might return your time, talent and treasure to the Lord in thanksgiving. Reflect on the three areas of stewardship and how they are lived out in your life. Among the important questions are:


TIME -- How much time do you set aside each week in prayer and involvement in volunteer activities in your parish and in our community?

TALENT -- How are you using your talents for the betterment of our parish family and for the community as a whole? 

TREASURE -- What percentage of your yearly income do you presently give to support your parish, the Universal Church, and community activities?


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