Members of the Society traditionally gather in communities called “Conferences” which meet weekly, or at least twice a month. This is to affirm the importance of the spiritual and social dimensions of Vincentians coming together as a community of faith and love, prayer and action. Rule: Part III, Statute 5
Take initiative and try new things
Have working ties in the neighborhood and community
Participate in their District and Diocesan Councils
Do not hoard for a rainy day but rather trust God’s providence!
Fall Shred Event
Holy Spirit Church Parking Lot
October 31, 2020
8:30am - 12:30pm
3159 Land Park Drive, Sacramento
Top Hat Dinner
The Top Hat Dinner is our annual dinner held to recognize and honor extraordinary contributions by our peers in service and in a spirit of fellowship as Vincentians. Traditionally held in December, in 2020, this event will be a virtual award presentation. Click here for additional information.
Conference & Member Resources
Eyedentity Program Catalog (for ordering SVdP logo wear, banners, business cards, and much more)
As a faith community, we honor and remember our deceased Vincentians, as being among our communion of saints. We include them in our prayers and services throughout the year, but especially on November 2 (All Souls Day) and throughout the month of November.
Conference presidents are responsible to inform the Council of the deaths of members and associates and to assure that conference records, including the Memorial Roll, are updated. Conference presidents should coordinate with the conference spiritual advisor to provide appropriate comfort the family during times of loss.
Vincentian Memorial Roll as of 11/9/2020
If friends and family wish to remember someone through a Memorial Gift, such a gift may be made to the local conference or the Council. Please consider St. Vincent de Paul in your estate planning. Thank you.