H.S. Youth Group
Pastoral Report ("pdf")
St. Vincent, our Patron
St. Vincent Pre-School
Adult Faith Formation
Forms in "pdf" Format
654 Hatboro Road •
Richboro, PA 18954-1039 • U.S.A.
1-215-357-5905 • FAX 1-215-953-8190
A Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia
Watch a video reflection on the day's scripture.
You can also read or listen to the daily readings
from the New American Bible.
Pope Francis' Daily Homilies
Highlights of the daily meditations of Pope Francis
during his morning Mass in the Santa Marta Chapel.
Evaluation of Parish Life Process
Video About Parish Pastoral Planning
Parish Pastoral Planning Overview
Parish Pastoral Planning News
John Harm Funeral
12:30 P.M. Friday, December 6th
John is the husband of Mary Harm of Southampton.
A viewing will be held in Church on Friday, beginning at
Please remember John and his family in your prayers.
Dolores Williams Funeral
10:30 A.M. Monday, December 9th
Dolores is the mother of Lori and Mike Trojak.
No viewing is scheduled.
Please remember Dolores and her family in your prayers.
Matthew Kelly Presentation
Saturday, December 14th
9:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
ST. Cyril of Jerusalem Church
St. Cyril of Jerusalem Parish, 1410 Almshouse Rd in Jamison,
and St. Vincent de Paul Parish invite you to a special retreat
titled Living Every Day with Passion and Purpose with
guest speaker Matthew Kelly and musical guest, Eliot Morris,
on Saturday, December 14th, from 9:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.
at St. Cyril's.
Don't miss this opportunity for a recharge and to get on the right track.
Matthew Kelly is a dynamic speaker and author of
the best seller, Rediscovering Catholicism. He will answer questions
such as, "Does God really have a plan for my life?,"
"What does Catholicism have to do with my life?"
"What does it mean for our relationships? Our families"?
Tickets are $39 per person and includes light refreshments and retreat
materials. No tickets will be sold at the door.
Click here for a flyer with more information
and a registration form.
This year's Parish Visitation is scheduled from
Monday, October 14th
through late November. This year Father McLaughlin
and Deacon Golaszewski will be
visiting the "southern" half of the parish.
Families not scheduled for a visit this year may
Click here for the schedule of visits.
Cardinal Rigali formally inaugurated the archdiocesan capital campaign
Heritage of Faith ã Vision of Hope
on February 23, 2009.
All parishes were required to participate;
the overall goal was $200,000,000, 35% of
which remains in the parishes to meet local needs.
Our parish was in Track IV,
from February through June, 2010. However, the Campaign was designed
to be a five year effort, so correspondence, payments on pledges, etc.,
will continue through January, 2015.
To-date the parish portion of the Campaign contributions have funded
the complete reconstruction of the Church Hall bathrooms, and the back
wall of the Church sanctuary has been refurbished. Additional work
will be done in the sanctuary, and lighting will be upgraded in the
Religious Education Building and in the Church Hall.
You too are living stones,
built as edifice of spirit.
1 Peter 2:5
You form a building which rises
on the foundation of the apostles and prophets,
with Christ Jesus himself as the capstone.
Here you build a temple of living stones,
and bring the Church to its full stature
as the body of Christ throughout the world,
to reach its perfection at last
in the heavenly city of Jerusalem.
Preface for the Dedication of a Church
Inspired by these quotations, our WEB pages
are intended to strengthen unity and improve communication
within our parish, and establish bonds with other "living stones,"
Christian communities throughout the world.
We are building this WEB site
in a spirit of "monastic simplicity."
Our goal is not an award-winning presentation; it is rather
to help our faith community and others see our place more
clearly in "the temple of living stones," "the body of Christ
throughout the world." As the building of this "temple" is
in progress, so is the building of this WEB site.
Comments and suggestions are welcome, both to improve communication
within the parish, and to bond together with Christian communities
throughout the world.
Rev. Joseph J. McLaughlin, Pastor
Our WEB site is made possible with the help of
Throughout this website, St. Vincent de Paul Parish provides links
to other websites solely for the user's convenience.
By providing these links, St. Vincent de Paul Parish assumes
no responsibility for, nor does it necessarily endorse,
these websites, their content, or their sponsoring organizations.