Welcome to St. Vincent de Paul Parish, which serves Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. When first established, our Church was on the fringe of the city, but for 137 years both Chicago and our parish have grown tremendously.

As St. Vincent de Paul said — “We must love our neighbor as being made in the image of God and as an object of His love.”

December 21 Fourth Sunday of Advent
“How does this happen to me, that the mother of my Lord should come to me?” (Luke 1:43)
Elizabeth rejoices in Christ’s presence in the womb of Mary, yet it is not an obvious presence. Christ comes to us today, more often than not hidden and not in obvious ways. Can I recognize his quiet hidden presence in my life today and give thanks?

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Advent Reflections 2014

November 29 Tomorrow we begin the season of Advent. To prepare yourself for this holy time, check out this quick guide ...

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God on the Go

Does your faith need a quick tune-up? God on the Go is designed just for you! Father Jeremy will be at ...

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Great Books and God, December 16

Just in Time for Christmas Join Great Books and God at 6:30pm on Tuesday, December 16, when we meet to discuss ...

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New Moms Group

Are you a mom of one or more children under 2 years? Join the St. Vincent de Paul’s New Moms Group. This ...

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Children's Religious Education

St. Vincent De Paul is exploring the idea of offering religious education for children. Over time, the ideal program would ...

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Christmas Gift Tag Program

Christmas season is right around the corner and many of you have started your Christmas shopping already. Remember those less ...

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