We help our Vincentian volunteers on their spiritual journey. When they assist those in need they realize that they see the face of God in everyone they meet.

We help our wonderful donors by ensuring that every gift they entrust to us is used towards helping their neighbors in need.

We help those in need by providing life’s necessities. More importantly, we give them the message of hope, concern and the love of God. There truly is no greater gift than that.

Thank you for visiting. We hope that you find what you are looking for at SVdP Northern Kentucky.

Deacon Mike Lyman’s
Vincentian Reflections

April 17- Easter Sunday

From the Deacon’s Desk:  Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts April 17 – Easter Sunday At the Easter Vigil, traditionally, we transition from total darkness, gradually into light; a light ushered in by the Paschal Candle and the

November 27- First Sunday of Advent

From the Deacon’s Desk:  Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts   November 27 – First Sunday of Advent   We think of Advent as a time when we prepare for the coming of God, but we are

September 11- Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time

From the Deacon’s Desk:  Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts   September 11 – Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time   “God was reconciling the world to himself in Christ and entrusting to us the message of reconciliation.” 

September 25- Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

From the Deacon’s Desk:  Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts   September 25 – Twenty-sixth Sunday Ordinary Time   “Compete well for the faith.  Lay hold of eternal life…keep the commandment without stain or reproach!”   St. Paul’s

October 9- Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time

From the Deacon’s Desk:  Prayer and Inspirational Thoughts   October 9 – Twenty-eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time   We find ourselves in the middle of the story about Naaman, a Syrian general who has fought