The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is a Catholic lay organization inspired by the Gospels. The Society leads women and men to spiritual growth through person-to-person service to those in need. Vincentians witness God’s love by embracing all works of charity and justice. Want to join? Call our office at 412.321.1071. There are numerous ways you can be involved.
Conferences are the hub of Vincentians' person-to-person service. Conferences are typically organized through Catholic parishes, but they may also be formed around schools, professions, cultural interests, or ministries to prisons, nursing homes, homeless shelters, etc. If you'd like to form a Conference, or join an existing one, call our office 412.321.1071.
Vincentians are called to holiness by striving to conform to Jesus, doing God's will, and devoting one's self to the service of God's suffering and poor. The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is composed of women and men who seek personal holiness by works of charity.
There are 108 SVdP Conferences in the Diocese of Pittsburgh. If you would like to find a Local Conference in your area, or start a New Conference contact our Director of Conference Formation, Mike Calorie, at 412.321.1071 x 203.
Michael's Place is a voluntary, residential program for ex-offenders who are transitioning from jail or prison to independent living. The program provides compassionate help encompassing residents' spiritual, physical, psychological and social well-being.