ST. VINCENT'S NEWS

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THE TASTE OF ST. VINCENT’S

JOIN US NEXT SATURDAY, SEPT. 24 at 5 PM 

 

THE TASTE OF ST. VINCENT’S

 

Sample dishes representing our diverse parish community

Desserts

Trivia games with prizes

Baskets for raffle

Call Sue Spara at 315-472-1938 or Sr. Joana at 315-278-6197 to advise what dish you are are bringing. Let’s bring our entire parish communities together to celebrate our diversity!

Food Photography

TANZANIAN NIGHT – THANK YOU

 

Dear Friends,

I can’t THANK YOU enough for your generosity and support to the “Tanzanian Night 2022” event this past Saturday. It was a blessing to meet old and new friends at the event. Thank you for your love and faith in Christ. Thank you for your love of vocations to priestly and religious life. Thanks to our many volunteers from all our local parishes who contributed their time and energy in planning and executing the event. Thanks to all of you who attended the event and brought the joy of Christ. Thanks to all of you who made generous contributions of baskets for raffles and financial donations. The event raised about $10,000.00. The funds we raise up from this event will be used to improve the quality of living quarters through the construction of a new dorm and remodeling of the old dorms for our 270+ seminarians at Soni Seminary School in the Diocese of Tanga in Tanzania. On behalf of Soni Seminary School community, I THANK YOU all. God bless. Fr. Severine.

RECITATION of the ROSARY for WORLD PEACE

We have been reciting the rosary Sundays at 10 AM.

All are welcome to join in.

Special thanks to

Sue Marsello and Christine Knapp

for leading us in prayer.

Rosary

Blessed Sacrament and St. Vincent de Paul are having a

Summer Breakfast Picnic

Sunday-July 24, 2022 following

9:15am Mass at Blessed Sacrament

We are so happy that so many of you were able to join us this past Sunday, July 24th for Mass and the Summer Breakfast Picnic to honor our pastors emeriti, Fr. Peter Reddick and Fr. John Rose who are celebrating their 50th year of ordination to the priesthood.

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ATTENTION MEN & WOMEN OF OUR PARISH FAMILY

Have you been looking for a way to share your time and talents with your parish community? Please consider being a Funeral Altar Server. This ministry gives comfort to those who are saying a final goodbye to a loved one.  Most funerals start either at 10 or 11 a.m. Monday through Saturday. For more information, please contact the rectory at 315-479-6689. Special thanks to   Chris and Tom Knapp who answered the call to assist with this ministry. It is
very much appreciated! If you would like to join them, please contact the rectory.

THE ALTAR ROSARY SOCIETY’S

ANNUAL SPAGHETTI DINNER

On OCTOBER 11, 2022

TAKE-OUT ONLY

Price: Still Only $12.00

PRE-ORDER BY 10/7/2022

Call between the hours of 10 AM-7PM:

Gloria at 315-578-1221 or

Sandy at 315-569-3039

PICK UP BETWEEN 4-7 PM ON

TUESDAY OCTOBER 11, 2022

Spaghetti, meatballs, bread, salad & cake

Don’t miss out, it’s yummy. Call today!

Pasta with Meatballs

 COFFEE HOUR

 

THANKS TO AJOK STEPPING UP TO HELP ELLA SO WE CAN

 

CONTINUE OUR COFFEE HOUR!

JOIN US FOR FELLOWSHIP, DONUTS AND COFFEE FOLLOWING THE SUNDAY 10:30 AM MASS

Donuts and Coffee

A HANDWRITTEN WORD OF THANKS FROM BRIAN FAY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF SYRACUSE NORTHEAST COMMUNITY CENTER

 

At the bottom of the thank you letter we received for our latest contribution of $300, Brian handwrote:

 

“This is the spirit of generosity and compassion – the marriage of faith and actions that transforms communities of people for the better. Thank You!”

Thank you to all who support the food pantry with either groceries or monetary donations. You can see just how much it is appreciated.

Share the Wealth Winners of the night (June 4, 2022):

Auction Item & Winners:

  1. Delta Sonic Gift Card/Cleaning ($170 Value)- Debbie LeClair

  2. Delta Sonic Gift Card/Cleaning ($170 Value)- Merola

  3. 31" Samsung TV- Alice Fredericks

  4. Toro Electric Start Gas Mover- Bill Flansburg

  5. Black & Decker Trimmer/Blower- Jackie Decker

  6. Autumn Harvest Serving Platter- Rosa Moro

 

50/50 winners:

  1. 1st Drawing ($405)- Tim Winterfield

  2. 2nd Drawing ($363)- Mark Gersbacher

 

10 $75 prizes:

  1. Kelly Cobb

  2. Chris Knapp

  3. Rosa Moro

  4. Karen Moro

  5. Connie Conte

  6. Jen Kline

  7. John Rein

  8. Pat Kenyon

  9. Jim Ferguson

  10. Frank Foley

Share the Wealth Ticket Winners:

$1,000: J.R. Adair

$1,000: Ann Kinne

$1,000: Kevin Hunter

$1,000: Bobby Decker

$1,000: Kenneth Miguel

$2,500: Gail Dussing

$2,500: William & Marianne Herron

$10,000: Harry & Anne Lousie

We want to THANK everyone who bought a ticket, 408 tickets were sold! Also, a very special Thanks to everyone who helped with the Spring Fling Dinner and the various Share the Wealth mailings! With your help and support we raised $8,000 for the Parish and School.

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St. Vincent's 50/50 Raffle

Remember for just $5.00 you could be the St. Vincent's 50/50 winner which will be drawn, each Sunday, after the 10:30am Mass. Contact Bob James at 315-471-0818 with any questions.

Thanks to all who continue to support our Youth Programs.

From Our Lady of Pompei/St. Peters Church:


TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR VIENNA BOYS CHOIR PERFORMANCE AT OUR LADY OF
POMPEI/ST PETER CHURCH DEC 6TH. The Vienna Boys Choir from Vienna, Austria, beloved the world over for their lively singing style and beautiful tone will celebrate the magic of the Christmas season with a delightful program Christmas in Vienna’ on Tuesday, December 6th at 7:00pm. at Our Lady of Pompei/St Peters Church!! Tickets are $100.00 and $75.00. Seats are already more than half sold, so if you are interested, we hope you won’t delay! If you have any questions or to obtain tickets, please call The Our Lady of Pompei/St Peters Parish Offices at 315 422-7163! We are sure you agree this is a beautiful way to usher in and share in the beautiful season of Christ’s Birth!!!

INVITATION TO MINISTRIES

Our parishes are running short of ministers in various ministries. Please consider joining a ministry of  your choice to support the mission of our parishes. Consider to be a lector, an usher, a greeter, an altar server, a member of parish Council, helping with Coffee Hour, work at Lenten Fish Fry, and the list goes on and on. Your parish needs you.

 

For more information please contact your rectory, Blessed Sacrament at 315-437-3394 or bscoffice@bscstvsyr.org or for St. Vincent de Paul at 315-479-6689 or stvoffice@bscstvsyr.org. Thank you.

EVANGELIZATION PRAYER

St. Vincent de Paul, Holy patron saint of our parish, which was founded as a visible beacon to those seeking respite, solace and care, intercede in the name of those in need. Implore His divine assistance in the continuation of the mission of this church to spread His loving message, provide relief to the needy and console the troubled. Our dedicated saint, Apostle of charity, instill in us your same commitment to carry out your mission in whatever capacity the Lord instructs. Help us to be an inviting and welcoming parish open to all seeking a spiritual home and zealous in our outreach. May your caring spirit always remain in our hearts,, on our lips, and in our actions. Amen.

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128th Annual St. Anne’s Triduum

ST. VINCENT de PAUL CHURCH

342 Vine Street (Corner of Hawley Ave. & Vine St.)

SYRACUSE, NEW YORK 13210

SUNDAY, JULY 24TH – 7:00 P.M. Mass & devotional prayers Fr. Michael Galuppi

Monday, July 25th - 7:00 p.m. mass & devotional prayers Bishop emeritus Robert Cunningham

Tuesday, July 26th - 7:00 p.m. mass, candlelight procession & rosary Bishop Douglas j. Lucia

The first pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Church was Rev. William F. Dougherty.  He was Pastor from 1894 to 1944 - fifty years.  Reading the history of the Church, it began in 1889 in the Oak Street Area near Hawley Avenue in the parlor of Miss Lillie Burns who gathered children into her parlor every Sunday afternoon to teach them about the faith.  From that beginning a Mission Sunday school was formed.  Average attendance was 30 to 40 children.  Also, Priests from St. John Cathedral parish helped.

 

The following year a one and a half story wooden cottage at the corner of Vann Street and Greenway was purchased for $1000.  The building was enlarged to accommodate 225 people.  Property was purchased in the surrounding area (where the Church and School are now) and plans for a church developed and Father Dougherty was appointed Pastor.

 

On the Feast Day of St. Vincent de Paul designated on July 19, 1896 (today the feast day is celebrated on September 27) in the basement of the church, the first Mass was celebrated by Father Dougherty.  This was a High Mass and marked the opening of 40 Hours devotion.  The basement Church was used for Divine Services until the completed church was dedicated by Bishop Ludden on November 7, 1897. 

 

Father Dougherty had a rectory, school and convent built.  He obtained the services of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet to assume charge at the new school when it was opened in 1916.

 

One of the spiritual events in each recurring year was the Annual Devotion to St. Anne on July 26.  Father Dougherty conducted pilgrimages to St. Anne’s Shrine in Canada for many years.  Legend has it that Father Dougherty requested an intention from St. Anne and she answered his prayers.  He thanked her by promoting devotion to her which St. Vincent de Paul parish still has today!!! The first novena was for nine days. Father Alfred Nortz, Father Wilbur Votraw, Father John Rose and now Father Severine Yagaza has continued this tradition.