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St. Vincent de Paul Church

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Phone
716-652-3972
Address
6441 Seneca Street
Spring Brook, NY 14140
USA
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Reverend
Karl E. Loeb

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Weekend

Saturday: 4:30 pm

Sunday: 8:00 am

Sunday: 9:30 am

Sunday: 11:00 am

Weekday

Monday: 8:00 am
through Friday

Confession

Saturday: 4:00 pm
and any time by appointment or request.

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About St. Vincent de Paul Church

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St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church is a faith filled community entered in the Eucharist. We are seeking to learn and live the Gospel through our service to our parish community and all of God's people. We strive to be faithful stewards of the gifts God has entrusted to us, as we continue to grow, educate, and proclaim the great works of the Lord.

We welcome new Parishioners. Please contact the rectory to register as members of our parish family. We hope you will find a loving Christian community here. Letters of recommendation can be given to members of our parish family who are in good standing and have been formally registered in the parish for three or more months.

You Did It for Me



82-year-old Ida* came to the U.S. in 1989 on a VISA status. She worked as a housekeeper for three decades. Years ago a lawyer told Ida that he could help her gain citizenship. He charged $2500. Ida paid, but she never heard from the lawyer again. Ida was afraid of being deported. One Sunday, Ida read in a church bulletin that Catholic Charities had an immigration services office. She made an appointment. The case manager explained everything and walked Ida through the whole citizenship application process. Today she is a citizen.

In 2014 Catholic Charities agencies assisted 40,635 immigrants with family visa, citizenship and DACA applications, providing the opportunity for stability, reunification and permanency. To learn more, visit www.CatholicCharitiesUSA.org

*name changed to protect privacy