The Saint Vincent DePaul Society was founded in 1833 by blessed Frederic Ozanam to assist the impoverished people of the Paris slums. Frederic was a husband, father, professor, and served the poor. He was a student in Paris when he founded the Society along with some of his felloe students. Blessed Rosalie Rendu was a Daughter of Charity who was a mentor to Frederic and helped the founding members with guidance and direction. She formed them in the sprit of Saint Vincent teaching them how to serve the poor with love and compassion. The Saint Vincent DePaul Society was established in the United States in Saint Louis Missouri in 1845 and now can be found all over the world. 

Our Saint Vincent De Paul Society was founded by Father Timothy Kremen, OSM (Pastor at the time) and Carol DiBiase-Ruffe in 2006 with a food bank. Eventually the Society took on the role of helping those in need within our parish boundaries. This help may come in the form of food, rental or utility support, prescription assistance, spiritual guidance or simply lending an ear. Many of our parishioners donate regularly to our Society and all donations are deeply appreciated.

If you are in need of assistance please call 303-455-0447 x12 – leave a message and a member of our Saint Vincent DePaul Society will contact you.

If you are interested in joining this organization please contact 303-455-0447 – you can dial x12 and leave a message or you can leave your name and number with the parish secretary. Your contact information will be sent to a member of the Society who will contact you.

If you would like to donate please contact he parish office at 303-455-0447 or look for the stained glass window icon on this page where you can donate on line. You can also donate through our parish app.