Building bridges to a better tomorrow
Ann is a founding member of the Pope Francis Center. Serves as Vice District President of DIstrict IV for the Society of St Vincent de Paul and is the current president of the Queen of Angels SVdP Conference.
I am a SVdP member for 15 years, and current president of St. Elizabeth of the Trinity Conference. I am also the coordinator of the St. Cornelius Food Pantry, and a regular volunteer for the Mission of OLA.
Hello! My name is Joseline Perez, and I have been working in my position of Case Manager with the Pope Francis Center Chicago since July 2020. I studied Sociology and Peace Justice and Conflict studies throughout my undergrad at DePaul University.
I am a parishioner at Saint Mary of the Lake and a member of their St. Vincent de Paul Conference. While my time with PFC started off as a volunteer when we first opened, when the position of Hospitality Manager became available, I was asked to fill it and I gladly accepted.
Pam is a founding member of PFC and serves as our treasurer as well is overseeing the day to day operations of the center. She is the current president of the Saint Mary of the Lake Conference.
Br. Jim Fogarty is Executive Director of Brothers and Sisters of Love. Br. Jim has worked with street gangs and the poor since 1987. He holds a Masters of Divinity Degree from Catholic Theological Union.
Board Member/Spiritual Advisor
Deacon Gene Kummerer Jr. has a long history with the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. He currently is a member of the Saint Pascal Conference of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul, where he previously served as President and Vice President.
Rosemary is the current District Four President and a member of the Saint Mary of the Lake Conference.
I came to Chicago In the year 2017 after Hurricane Maria. I met Ian Ryder (former Case Manager) and he welcomed me to Pope Francis Center
I am a SVDP member for over twenty years. I was the former president of District 3 and St. Tarcissus conference( St. Elizabeth of the Trinity).
The St. Vincent de Paul Society is the parish outreach to the poor and to our own parishioners and neighbors in need. We coordinate direct assistance, the Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive, and the annual Easter Food Drive.Learn More
You can add any service you want or edit the ones that are already listed.Learn More
On Ash Wednesday, 1983, Saint Pascal was installed as a conference of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul. Since that time, the Saint Pascal conference has provided thousands of dollars in food and hours of service to our parishioners and the community.Learn More
The Saint Vincent De Paul Society was first started at Saint Tarcissus in 1926. Today the Saint Vincent De Paul members at St. Elizabeth of the Trinity faithfully carry on the tradition of the Patron Saint of the poor. No act of charity is foreign to the needs of the poor.Learn More