Serving Two Parishes: St. Vincent de Paul & Immaculate Conception
At St. Vincent de Paul Parish and School and Immaculate Conception, we’re small enough to care, humble enough to serve, and strong enough to nourish. We’re committed to helping God’s people make Jesus Christ present in their daily lives through divine worship, Christian education, and service to our neighbors. We strive to live ethically and with generous hearts, and to give glory and honor to God in all things.
We’re faithful to the Gospel values of Jesus and are called to worship together, share our faith, and serve others, all in the name of Christ.
Located just a few miles away from one another on Highway 94, St. Vincent de Paul and Immaculate Conception are sister parishes. Father Doyle is the pastor at both parishes. View the schedule below, and join us as we worship our Creator together!
Join Us for Mass, Confession, & Adoration
We have an open invitation and all are welcome to join us as we praise God. Mass times are as follows:
|Weekend Masses||St. Vincent||Immaculate Conception|
*First Saturday of the month, followed by confession
|Week Day Masses||St. Vincent||Immaculate Conception|
|Confession||St. Vincent||Immaculate Conception|
|Tuesday||7:00 – 7:15pm|
|Saturday||4:15 – 4:45pm|
|1st Sat of the month||8:30am|
|Adoration||St. Vincent||Immaculate Conception|
|Tuesday||5:30 – 7:30pm|
|2nd Tues of the month||5:30 – 7:00pm|
|Devotions||St. Vincent||Immaculate Conception|
|1st Saturdays||8:00am Mass & Confessions|
|Tues: Mother of Perpetual Help||After Evening Mass|
|Mon: Mother of Perpetual Help||After Morning Mass|
|Lenten Tuesdays: Stations of the Cross||After Perpetual Help Devotion|
|Lenten Thursdays: Stations of the Cross||After Morning Mass|
Learn more about both of our parishes by clicking one of the buttons below.
We have seven sacraments. Through the grace received by Jesus’ perfect sacrifice, we use the sacraments as our means to salvation.
The first of the Sacraments, the Church requires the preparation of parents before the celebration of an infant’s Baptism. Parents who are expecting or who have recently had a child are asked to contact the Parish Office to make an appointment for an instructional session. Baptisms are usually celebrated on Sundays. Please call the parish office to schedule a Baptism with Fr. Doyle, (636) 433-2678.
Those seeking the completion of their Christian Initiation are confirmed following a series of instructions. Students in seventh and eighth grads are confirmed as a group, typically in the spring. Adults who are seeking this Sacrament are confirmed either at the church or at the St. Louis Cathedral following a program of instruction in the faith. Contact Fr. Doyle for more information: (636) 433-2678.
Children are normally prepared for their First Holy Communion during the second grade, either through SV School or our Parish School of Religion (PSR) program. The Blessed Sacrament may be brought to anyone unable to attend Mass due to health problems.
Anointing of the Sick
Please call the Parish Office at any time if you would like to receive the Sacrament of the Sick, (636) 433-2678.
Children are prepared for this sacrament in the second grade, either through SV School or our PSR program.
Engaged couples should contact the priest a minimum of six months before their proposed wedding date. Catholics are expected to be practicing their faith, and sacramental preparation is required before the wedding ceremony.
Men seeking more information are asked to contact the Parish Office at (636) 433-2678.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (RCIA)
Christian Initiation of Adults: All adults seeking membership in the Catholic Church are asked to contact the Parish Office at (636) 433-2678 for information and times for preparation sessions leading to Baptism, Confirmation, and First Holy Communion.
Connecting Through Ministry and Community
- Eucharistic Ministers