Welcome to St. Vincent dePaul Roman Catholic Church! We have been a beacon in Holiday, Florida for over 50 years. We welcome all people to our community and we have been called one of the most welcoming parishes around. Come see what this special group of Christians are all about!


Daily : Mondays - Saturdays : 8:30 AM

Weekend : 
                   Saturday Vigils : 4 PM  (English - Live Streamed Mass Via Facebook)

                   Sundays : 7:30 AM (English)
                                   8:30 AM (Vietnamese)
                                   10:00 AM (Family - English)
                                   11:30 AM (English)

Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
Mondays - Fridays : 9 AM - noon

First Fridays : 9 AM - 5 PM

Private Confession Times
Thursdays: 3:00-4:00 PM and 7:00-7:30 PM (in the Reconciliation room, behind the choir lot)

Call the parish for any need, anointing of the sick or home visits for communion. Office hours 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.




You are now able to request Mass intentions for the 2023 Mass book.   We still have openings in the 2022 Mass Intention Book so stop by the Parish Office.




Buy your “no activation fee” Gift cards and help support your parish.  These cards can be used to purchase the items you use every day.  Visa cards can be used to purchase gas and groceries.  We receive between 2% - 15% for the cards you purchase, which helps support St. Vincent de Paul Church. 

      Samples of the offerings for the Gift Cards.

Visa   $50 Amazon $25
Lowe’s  $25 Walmart/Sam's Club $25
Target $25 Cracker Barrel  $10
Wawa $25  

Click HERE  (online) for full SVDP order form.

SVDP Gift Card ORDERS are due at the parish office on April 3, 2023.

GIFT CARDS are picked up Fridays from 10-noon (Parish Office) or Saturday or Sunday after Mass (Parish Gift Shop).

Gulf Coast Catholic Website

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
I am happy to inform you of a news website that is officially launched that is designed for you. The website is called GulfCoastCatholic.org and it will provide articles that help you to know, live and share the faith. All of us in Tampa Bay, the Suncoast and the Nature Coast are geographically connected by the waters of our coastline and spiritually connected by the waters of Baptism. Our logo is a visual reminder of these connections.
Whether it’s stories about faith and family or news about our pope and our Church, GulfCoastCatholic.org will provide timely and relevant articles for staying up-to-date with Catholic life.  We will also share stories about people who are Courageously Living the Gospel
I encourage you to subscribe to our free, weekly e-newsletter, the Wednesday Wave. Then, you can stay informed and hopefully inspired
Thank you for your faithfulness and may God bless you and all of your loved ones!
Bishop Gregory Parkes
Bishop of St. Petersburg

Father Farrell Hall Rental

Father Farrell Hall and our Media room are available for rent. We can accommodate large and small parties and offer catering from our own kitchen. We offer full facilities for any size group, large or small up to 300 people (Hall) or 55 (Media Room). We encourage you to come by and see if our Hall or Media room is right for your special event!

Available for any occasion large or small such as Wedding Receptions, Baptism Parties, Birthday Parties, Business Presentations, Dances, Vendor Fairs, and Craft Shows.

 Catering is also available by our resident Chef, Mark Brose!

Our full service catering can accommodate buffet or sit-down dinners.

 Call the office at 727-938-1974 for details and reserve a date.


09:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Monday- Friday
Closed Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays.

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM Monday to Thursday
8:00 AM to 1:00 PM Sunday during Faith Formation

Parish News

Meet Our Staff

Photo Albums

  • Father Dominic Long, SSS, Father William Fickel, SSS, Father Joselito Cedro Hitosis, S.S.S



Your Father in heaven wants you to come home, and so do we, your fellow members of Christ’s body, the Church. The longing you have in your heart can be fulfilled through Jesus and his Catholic Church. You are not alone. Countless of your own brothers and sisters in Christ have returned home, have come back to Confession and to Mass, and have experienced the joy of a renewed relationship with the God who loves them and accepts them unconditionally. Now, you can too.


It can be difficult when we feel like our fellow Christians aren't acting very Christian toward us or toward others. The Church is indeed made up of sinful, imperfect people, who often disappoint. But rather than distancing yourself from the Holy Eucharist and the Catholic Church that Christ founded, consider clinging to Jesus all the more, since he never disappoints. It is helpful, in times of trial and hurt, to remember why you are Catholic—not because all Catholics always represent the mercy and love of Jesus  perfectly well, but because the Catholic Church was founded by Jesus, administers the sacraments, and contains the fullness of Truth, helping all of us to draw closer to God and grow in holiness. Do not allow the actions of some to cause you to lose faith in the Church as a whole. Discuss your frustrations with a priest or deacon at your local parish, and start your journey back to a welcoming home. Above all, do not lose heart. People may disappoint, but God never leaves us, and He is always present in the Catholic Church he founded.


Recognize that your Heavenly Father yearns for you to come home to his Church. Then, go to Confession at your local parish and consider discussing any concerns or questions you may have about returning home with a priest. Begin going to Mass again and experiencing Christ’s presence through worshipping in the liturgy. The Bible and the Catechism of the Catholic Church are also there to help you on your journey home, as are parish ministries like RCIA or a local returning Catholics group. Know that you are not alone, and do not be afraid to find answers to your questions, both here and through your local Catholic parish community.

If you need help finding Mass times near you, simply click the button below.
Do you have questions about the Catholic faith? Do you want to know more about what it means to be Catholic? We know that coming home might not be easy. We're here to help!
Click the button below if you have questions about coming home.

Catholics Come Home

Please share this message with anyone you know who has been away from the Church. The Good Shepherd desires to be with all His sheep. 
You can view more beautiful testimonies and help support the effort to invite Catholics back to Mass by visiting the website at the button below. 

Catholic Family Faith

Radio and TV Masses

Keeping Faith Alive - Quarantine Survival Kit

Ways to create a church at home include:

  • Come to Church on Sundays as a family
  • Pray daily as a family
  • Read the Daily Mass readings together and discuss
  • Create a domestic shrine as a center of prayer
  • Stay connected to your parish via social media and other communication channels
  • Gather together for meals

 Now, more than ever, our church needs us to keep the faith, our children included.


Bishop Larkin Catholic School

The Bishop Larkin Catholic School's mission is to inspire students to be the best that they can be by spreading the word of God through their teachings and actions on a daily basis. Visit their website for more information!

2023 Catholic Ministry Appeal

In Gospel, Jesus reveals that a wonderful day is approaching. Of it, He says, “On that day you will realize that I am in my Father, and you are in me and I in you” (John 14:20). It can be easy to miss the magnitude of what He is saying, either because it’s strange or because of our familiarity with His words. He is describing oneness. God is Spirit, inviting us to spiritual oneness with him. The spiritual world can seem so delicate and perfect that it becomes synonymous with “practically irrelevant.” Becoming one with God is possibly the most practical of all things. When Jesus is in you, possibilities are endless: “For God all things are possible” (Matthew 19:26). And God doesn’t stop at spiritual oneness with us. He wants us to be one with each other, too. Our parish is here to facilitate both. Our Catholic Ministry Appeal needs you to succeed. God is alive in our parish, and we want others to taste and see. Please give to our Catholic Ministry Appeal so that we can help others experience the satisfying love of Jesus. He waits only for our “yes” to bring his transforming light into the lives of his children here!  Let’s get to work! SCAN: THE QR CODE


CHECK:  Payable to Catholic Ministry Appeal PO Box 40200 St. Petersburg, FL

There is no higher work than liturgy. The word Liturgy means “work for the people.” God’s work works for us, too! Help our Catholic Ministry Appeal, so we can keep doing them. God bless you for it.

As of today:  Goal:  $72,816.91, Pledged:  $49,088.00 and Paid:  $40,402.96.  Of our 643 registered parishioners, 200 have made a pledge towards this campaign.  This is about 31%, last year we had over 40% participation and know with your help we can get there again.

The Diocese is  catching up on the entry of payments made for the Catholic Ministry Appeal.  If you have sent a check and it is not cashed yet it is because of this.  We appreciate your patience.